Make a CLOUD! Fun science activity for kids. For younger children, this will have to be a demo (aerosol hairspray or blown out lit match is needed in a glass jar), but the children can still observe and record their Scientific method steps
Turning the arrow experiment! The title of our Science Experiment was Magic Water! Draw an arrow place the paper behind a glass then fill the glass with water and watch the arrow change directions! talked about how water bends light etc!
Julie Adama posted Paper plate snail craft with tissue paper squares. could also have students design their own snail shell after looking at different kinds of snails! to her -school planning- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.
***I LIKE THAT SHE USED SPRAY BOTTLES FOR THE VINEGAR!*** Painting baking soda with colored vinegar to make bubbling eruptions. My daughter loved that I combined two of her favorite activities- painting, and the cherished baking soda and vinegar trick
Growing bean plants in CD cases so all the parts can be seen. Have kids write about their finding and act out/ put together a dance describing the life cycle from seed to plant (Movement, writing, science)
The foldables are for older kids, but this erosion experiment could easily be done in Pre-K.- Working 5 to 9 . Math and Science: Grade Science Foldables and other scienc projects Classroom Creativity,educational,F