Hello & welcome to the The Sunday Showcase – WHERE YOUR CHILD CENTERED IDEAS are the STARS of the show!
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The Showcase Features:
(taken from last week’s posts)
This week I’m featuring science skills.
The Pleasantest Thing has the perfect fall activity to practice observing with your sense of touch. Check out their Fall Guess Bags.
Life with Moore Babies practices graphing skills with a giant car graph. Talk about an awesome way to learn to graph.
Homeschool Mo shares a Montessori Inspired Mammal Unit for Preschoolers. They compared traits that mammals have in common.
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Featured from Inspiration Laboratories:
In the A to Z Science Series, you will find simple science activities for toddlers and preschoolers. For each idea, I’ll be sharing the materials you need, instructions for the activity, questions to ask, and the science behind it. Letter A began with an apple tree investigation. Any guesses to what we’ll be doing for letter B?
Thanks for sharing your ideas!