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Science, Math & Reading All in One

We just did a great little activity that my kids, from ages three to seven, loved. It involved math, science and reading and it only cost me $1. I filled a pie pan with water for each of them and sprinkled in plastic letters or numbers from a dollar store magnetic set. Each pan of water was geared t...
  • Beverly Curts

    IMG_3959 letters and numbers frozen in ice

  • Kristen Heckman

    Melting ice science activity

  • Stephanie Crighton

    Melt ice (science), to find letters (reading) or numbers (math). Fun for kids ages toddler up to elementary school. I think this is a good activity for toddlers because they can learn a little bit about the basic science of melting ice. And when they find numbers in the water they will learn them and get more familiar with them.

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