Science with preschoolers is so much fun!
Learning the Scientific Method is important for cognitive development. When children have experience using the scientific method, they can better evaluate the world around them. They learn to quietly observe using their senses, they learn to ask questions and how to develop and test a hypothesis.
This fun experiment is a great way to explore the scientific method.
Many preschoolers have experimented with baking soda and vinegar before. This experiment is a great way to help build on that experience.
Exploring Outer Space with young children is so fun. They have such a natural curiosity about the world around them.
This 56-page activity pack includes a variety of Math, Literacy, Fine Motor, and Science activities perfect for creating centers, file folder activities, or morning work for preschoolers.
Make them your own....
These activities are flexible to meet the developmental needs of the children in your care, and having them at your fingertips makes it easy to offer child led materials on the go.
These activities are a long term investment. Print, laminate and store them for next year-saving you time in the future! They can also be printed printable magnet sheets to add an extra element of fun to the activity or create a quiet time game.
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