Here’s a little science experiment that is probably meant for elementary school students, but my pre-schoolers had fun performing it, too!Â
Milk (2%, whole milk, or cream)
food colouring bottles (at least 3 different colours)
1. Pour enough milk (you can repeat this experiment using 2%, whole milk or cream) in a dinner plate to completely cover the bottom to a depth of a 1/4″. Allow the milk to settle.
Mar 29 2013
Here’s a little activity I decided to do with the kids to help them learn about different tastes and textures.
I cut up some fruit (clementines, red apples, green apples, kiwi, strawberries and a lemon) and placed them on a tray.
Then I explained the experiment and put a blindfold on my 3.5 year old.
Aug 09 2011
Jul 27 2011
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!
July is National Ice Cream Month â€“ YUMMY! Not that I needed an excuse to eat ice cream but I am sure this is a good one.
To celebrate, I thought I would try ice cream in a bag, an activity that the kids can really get in on, they can mix and they can shake!Â I found the recipe here.
Jul 19 2011
Ice cube painting â€“ an awesome summer activity and I was dyeing to give it a try with my kids (pardon the pun!) Â There are lots of variations but here are two that I tried with my kids (ages 3 and under). Â Inspiration abounds on the internet, doesn’t it?!
For the simplest and likely the best for Â project to do with the toddler in your life youâ€™ll need:
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