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Number Line Jumping: Great for teaching counting on, addition and subtraction and greater than/less than.

Number Line Jumping: Great for teaching counting on, addition and subtraction and greater than/less than. Love the idea of writing numbers on the plates to easily change the type of number line - include percentages & decimals.

Playing with Natural Light

The color in the glass bottles is filtering through the shadow reflecting onto the ground through the path of light passing through the medium(glass bottles).

Tubeapalooza: Paper towel tube ramps... Taking it to the next level. Raid the recycle bin and give ramp options galore! (paper towel tubes, toilet paper tubes, egg cartons, pie tins, baby food snack containers, ribbon spools...)

Pepernotenfabriek kan ook What a colorful and creative pom-pom run (cardboard tubes, egg cartons, pie tins, baby food snack containers, ribbon spools. Many hours of exploration and fun!

let the children play: preschool physics

let the children play: preschool physics - creating physical experiences. They will not remember you for the material, things you provided, but for the feeling that you cherished them.

Are Mittens Warm? This is a question that gets the wheels turning in the minds of students. This lesson combines an engaging picture book, The Mitten, and an inquiry based science experiment. Students will use the scientific method to discover the answer to this question.

weather science activities~ To use with The Mitten by Jan Brett. Mitten experiment with temperatures of the room, the mitten, a hand inside mitten. Is a mitten warm? Mitten traps the heat from a hand. Printable worksheet for experiment.