There is always a first for everything, including bringing 20 pairs of socks to school for show and tell!
When the weather doesn’t cooperate, we spend our days figuring out how things work, such as:
-why ducks don’t get wet as they swim across ponds
-how heavy air is
-why a candle loses its flame when we cover it with a jar
-how many drops of water we are able to put on a quarter
-how to place a cup containing a piece of paper into water and keep the paper dry
The end of nutrition period ended with some marshmallow fun!
Making ice cream, separating egg yolks from whites with a water bottle, switching from liquid to solid (egg whites to whipped cream), all wonderful kitchen science related learning activities!
Freshly fallen snow always gives us an opportunity for science (inside the school and out!), along with a whole lot of fun!