Set up a fun science and engineering activity for kids using everyday materials to construct a bridge together! Make it into a challenge to see how much weight the bridge can carry and compare results using different methods and materials.
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Create some fun, engaging discovery bottle toys for babies and toddlers by using recycled and everyday materials from around the house! These are cheap to make, long lasting and can easily be adapted to create exciting and intriguing sensory play experiences for little ones.
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A fun scientific investigation for kids on a hot day: freezing and then melting objects in blocks of ice!
We have had some wonderfully hot weather this week and our play has been mainly outside from breakfast to bedtime. To help cool down
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Make a sensory tub filled with colours related to the Union Jack flag to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee (or 4th July in America!) Adapt this for your own country or region by changing the colours, flags and added extras!
I just couldn’t resist making this sensory tub with
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Create a colour scavenger hunt for preschoolers at home and outside, for lots of active fun and learning! We are gearing up for the joy of a first birthday in this house and Big Sister has chosen rainbow colours as the theme
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