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    Oh wow! I can't wait to try this when we're studying the human body! Q-tips plus cookie cutters plus black play-doh equals Skeleton Play!

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    Examine your fingerprints with a magnifying glass. Good station for Preschool STEAM story time for "Get a closer look with magnification"

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    Make a "candy blood" model using red hots, marshmallows, sprinkles, and karo syrup!

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    Learn how to make your own 'Touch Book' of textures for kids to feel.

    five senses - use dollar store shakers

    PreK Scent bottles. I Used a glue bottle (I knew it would stand up to squeezing). Filled each wit a "scent" (use candles, sachets, oils on a cotton ball, etc). Add a label. The kids love it! Great addition to a science center!!

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