Stomping in the Mud
Thanks everyone for your support over the past four years. Stomping will be closed for the 2015/2016 school year. Check back for an update in the spring for our September 2016 plans. We hope you have a wonderful summer. Thanks for Stomping by!
Investigation area. Enhanced with brightly coloured water (just using a small squirt of paint!), transparent pipettes, jars, tubes etc. encouraging the children to explore with colour mixing, and allowing them to watch the water travel through the various objects.
Harry Potter Potion Bottles DIY + FREE Printable!
Harry Potter Project Part 1 : Potion Bottles I've finally started the Harry Potter DIY Christmas gifts for my daughter. For the tutorials, I'll begin with the Potion Bottles because they are easily adaptable for Halloween. There really is no wrong way to do these, so give it a try and have fun! For my daughter's set, I'm going with mainly ingredients vs potions. There will be a potion book to accompany the bottles later and I want her to be able to pretend to mix up her potions. POTIONS…
Mixing Solutions and Making Potions: Fun Science in the Kitchen
Kitchen science is one of my favorite things...playing with the same old materials in new ways brings up lots of great questions! This little activity is a great way to do a child-led science
Fairy Mud for outdoor and sensory play - Laughing Kids Learn
Fun fairy mud for outdoor and sensory play. It is all natural and a great way for children to make mud from their own environment and use their imagination.
Making potions! Little one loves this. Her imagination runs wild as she explores colour mixing and texture whilst working on pouring and stirring. Today we had food colouring, water, baking soda, flowers, bubbles and dirt! Anything goes really! Adventures with Isla-Brae