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Circus Science: use marshmallows and skewers to explore distribution of mass and balance! [Source: Science Buddies, http://www.sciencebuddies.org/blog/2013/04/weekly-science-project-idea-home-science-activity-spotlight-circus-science.php?from=Pinterest] #STEM #scienceproject #familyscience kid science experiments, marshmallow, physics experiments, stem physical science, physical science activities, physics projects, teaching physics, physics classroom, physical science ideas
Snippety Gibbet: First Grade Architecture
Create a construction site small world that kids can actually GET INTO! This activity uses a small play pool and other frugal materials and my kids LOVED it!
Setting the Stage for Group Sensory Play ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose
Brick by Brick: Gaining Meaning
Interaction Imagination: Construction
"Adobe" Looking "Houses" for Block Area (made from packing material/cardboard)
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I chose this because there is usually no shortage of newspaper and as the children are building with the newspaper they are subtly interacting with reading and writing -Preschool Construction & Sculpture Activities: Construct Newspaper Building Blocks
Construct Newspaper Building Blocks
construct complex elements and objects out of simple shapes- Stamp with shape sponges and create your own house / animal...
Easy Puzzles for Kids
Under construction with our DIY fix-it box. Cardboard box with toy hardware.
Under construction with our DIY fix-it box
Encourage your child to imagine what it was like building with bricks in ancient Egypt or Rome, and maybe even build a pyramid.