Lots of discoveries were made while mixing water and food colouring!
Some wonderful block play took place this morning!
The preschoolers were having lots of fun making sudsy bubbles in their water bins. We decided to bring out our water colour paints and the results looked fantastic. They carefully mixed their colours with bubbly brushes and made different designs on their bubbles!
This morning we painted wth Qtips. The children seemed to enjoy it and used the Qtips to make spots on their papers. One friend even said he painted a dog with an eye!
The preschoolers have been exploring gross motor play and creative movement with the pile of leaves. They have created their own running games and jump in the pile of leaves. One preschooler has led in somersaults, rolling all the way to the leaves. They run with piles in their hands and throw them in the…
The preschoolers have taken an interest in cause and effect. We decided to set out an invitation for them to explore mixing primary colours. They used pipettes, food colouring and water, and trays to explore different shades of colours. They created different kinds of teal, orange, and purple while experimenting.
The preschoolers explored the cause-and-effect of growing dry towelettes with their personal water bins. They filled their dopplers up with water and squirted it onto the towelettes and watched them grow. One preschoolers sang “row row your boat” as she placed the towelette in her water bin and placed an animal on top.
With continuing our interest of cause and effect. We invited the children to explore what happens when we mixing coloured vinegar and baking soda. “Look at my volcano!” a child exclaimed! They watched in amazement as the baking soda fizzled and bubbled!
Carving our pumpkin was so much fun!
We had a new twist on the Halloween celebrations this year. We decided to have a pyjama day instead, with some dancing and sensory explorations pumpkin seeds. We started off with exploring pumpkin seeds and Pumpkin goop. some of preschooler loved the slimy mixture, while others opted for just water play. They also wanted to…
We are loving our individual sand bins! We have discovered so much already!