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Some of my favorite things to look at when I go to someone’s house are the little trinkets they deem worthy of placing on tables, shelves or mantlepieces. I especially like said trinkets when they are weird antiques, bones, teeth, feathers, bottles, jars, skulls, taxidermy, pickled parts or doll parts.

Develop a Sense of Wonder - loose parts and shadows- uses patterns and shadows to create interest and curiosity in children

A "Curiosity" box - make one for each of the kids to fill with treasures to display. Can rotate out as they wish.

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Recording the Earth's rotation with shadows

Recording the Earth's rotation with shadows - a great way to give kids a concrete understanding of how the Earth's rotation makes the sun appear to move across our sky. Also a great activity for learning about time! || Gift of Curiosity