…make rain gauges! Or go puddle jumping, ripple counting, and grass smelling. ∞ Peek inside for a separate clip on how to make the rain gauge you see in this video ∞
Blocks from the recycle bin – we love this idea! ∞ Read the rest of this post for more ideas ∞
Back to building and this time with add-ons to make things more exciting as well. [Look inside this post for the benefits of this type of play].
Blocks, books, sticks, or boxes. It seems like kids will use anything to build something that will inevitably turn into a house, a spaceship, or a secret place that only they know what it is. In “Brick by Brick – … Continue reading
With spring inching its way closer every day, we are able to take all the learning outside! Well, depending on where you are, you are gearing up for summer…! [Peek inside this post to see pics of homemade magnifying glasses … Continue reading
Have you ever seen how many details you can notice when you spin something around three-hundred and sixty degrees and beyond?
And around! This last installment adds a new “piece” to our ramp study: what happens when we add curves and loops to ramps? Can we still call them ramps?
And here we are again: ramps, round #2! This time, children are building them from recycled materials! Remember the old days when you gave your child a much anticipated toy that came in a box bigger than him/her? It was … Continue reading
Up and down. That’s what makes the world go around – at least these days.
It was a busy day at the ‘patent office’ today… Inventors worked on creating floating devices that could travel from the upper to the lower portion of a nearby creek.