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Science collection project for math and science for young children

Science collection project for math and science for young children



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    • Math and Science for young children
      Jana Rice
      Roxanne Jenkins
      Science Collections
    • Life Science
    • Animal Habitats
      Students will sort the animals in the correct habitat. In this particular activity is farm animals and ocean animals.
    • Butterfly Life Cycle
      In this activity the students put together the butterfly life cycle puzzle. Then they will illustrate the life cycle on their own.
    • Baby Match
      The students will match the baby animals to their mothers in this activity.
    • Flower Parts
      The students will cut and paste the name of the parts on the flower.
    • Where it came from
      The students will find the match to the puzzle pieces that match where the products came from. For example: eggs come from the hen and honey comes from the bee.
    • Physical Science
    • Air makes things move
      Each student will have their own straw. They will each blow through the straw to imitate air to see what will move from the air.
    • Magnets
      In this activity the students put use magnet sticks to see what things are magnetic in the class room
    • Sink or Float
      In this activity you simply fill a bowl or tub with water. Then find different objects to test what will sink and what will float. The bell pepper floated and the rock sunk.
    • Fossils
      For this activity you need playdoh and some dinosaurs. You smash the dinosaur into the playdoh to make an impression. After that you let the playdoh dry and it hardens like a fossil.
    • Will it mix?
      This is a good activity to show that not all liquids will mix. As much as you try the oil will not mix with the water.
    • Earth Science
    • Rock collection
      The children can look at different types of rocks and they can look up close with magnifying glasses.
    • Soil Exploration
      Here in this activity I simply took some potting soil mixed with some dirt, then they can stir with plastic wear and use magnifying glasses to look up close
    • Constellation
      In this activity they will create there own star constellation with using a maker making dots for stars into their own design.
    • Lets Weigh!
      This is easy and fun activity for children. They can just explore with weighing different rocks of different sizes .
    • Weather/ Will the wind blow it?
      In this activity you put the objects in front of the fan to see what the WIND will blow. Then you will separate what the wind blew from what it did not blow!
    • Health and Nutrition
    • Germs
      In this activity you cut the potato in half and let the students walk around and rub one half of the potato on all kinds of things in the room to show the germs that are on our surfaces.
    • Good for you /Bad for you
      In this activity you put the food that is good for you under the thumbs up and the food that is bad for you under the thumbs down!
    • Body Parts
      In this activity you cut and glue the body parts in order like the example to help learn where the pats go.
    • Brushing teeth
      Soak the egg in coffee tea or coke, then have the children try to brush the egg clean with a tooth brush. This should be tough and teach the importance of teeth brushing.
    • 5 senses
      In this activity you place the object that corresponds with the picture.