I don’t know what is up with the weather this week but one day it’s 80 degrees and the next we barely make it past 40!
Hopefully, you’re all experiencing slightly better weather than we are but just in case winter is making one last appearance on your doorstep, a few of these preschool science experiments may just make being stuck indoors a little bit longer bearable.
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This week’s preschool science features!
Have a plastic bottle and some marshmallows? Head on over to Life with Moore Babies to find out how you can use them to create a water displacement experiment!
Learn what salt can do for water density from Little Bins for Little Hands!
Use a few household pantry items and this recipe on A Cowboy’s Life to make your own homemade bouncy balls!
An entire science filled unit study from Stir the Wonder that includes a few awesome experiments, some crafts, and more!
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