Balloons and Blowing
Submitted by JenniGet either kazoos or the party favors that open when you blow out on them and show the kids that the same thing happens when you put the end of a balloon over the part you blow in to. Younger children will be amazed by this!
Baby Food Taste Test
Submitted by NancyGet a few common snacks (carrots) and their baby food equivalents. Let the kids try them and compare their texture and taste.
Submitted by KelliCreate a bear cave right before Christmas break. Then talk about hibernation. Put a stuffed bear in the cave and say that the bear is resting so it will be able to play when they get back
Submitted by JaneTalk to your children about the different foods that bunnies eat and then have some for snack (Lettuce, Carrots, etc)
Submitted by CandiceShow your children how they can make different brown paint by mixing red, yellow, and blue, orange and black paint. You can then let them write B's with their Brown Paint.
Bunny in the class
Submitted by LoriIf you or one of your children have a pet bunny bring it to your class and let all of your children pet and watch a real live bunny.
Baby SensoryBring in baby oil, baby shampoo, baby lotion and baby powder. Let children wash their babies in the sensory table.
Dip cotton balls in each substance and put in film containers to have a smelling game.
Balloons and Weight
Submitted by an Unknown FriendTalk about how different gasses weigh differently, then bring in two balloons one blown up by you and one by a helium machine and let the children see the diffidence. This is even more impressive if you can get a helium machine and blow it up before their eyes!
Submitted by CharletteIf you have a window in your classroom set up a bird observatory next to it. Place binoculars and bird books next to the window so that your students can view real birds.
Submitted by LisaMake several sets of balloon pictures. Let your children match them by shape, color, size, or anything else they want to.
Submitted by TonyaUse Either Stale Bread or a Corn Cob as a base. Spread Peanut Butter all over the base. Then press bird seeds into the peanut butter and you have a nifty bird feeder.
Submitted by JenniPut bubble solution in a bowl on a table. Use a straw to blow the bubble. Explain to your children that as long as the bubble stays wet they can put their hand or a toy gently through the bubble
What Makes Bread Rise
Submitted by JamieShow your children what makes bread rise by mixing one tablespoon sugar, into one cup warm water (warm not hot!). Then adding one package of yeast. Watch what happens after a few minutes,
Submitted by DaylenGet a clear plastic bottle. Fill the bottle about 2/3 full with water, food coloring, and dishwashing liquid. Super glue the lid on and let the children make bubbles in their bottle.
Submitted by an Unknown FriendGive your children several dried beans. Have them count out certain number of beans, match them on the basis of color, size, etc.
Submitted by KarenTalk to your children about the intricate workings of a Bee Hive. Tell them about how all of the bees have a specific task and they all have to work together to have a successful Hive.
Rank the Bears
Submitted by FeliciaHave a day where children bring their teddy bears to class. You can then rank then have the kids rank them by height, weight, fluffiness, firmness, cutest, cuddliest, fastest, funniest, most lovable, etc.
Grow A Butterfly
Submitted by JenniFind a catterpillar and let it grow and transform into a butterfly!! Your children will love to watch the transformation over time.
Submitted by LeslieCollect Duck feathers (or other bird) from the local park or petting zoo. Show your children how the feathers repel water by putting them on the table and squirting a small amount of water on them
Submitted by an Unknown Friend1. Fill a glass about a quarter full of milk. Drop a few drops of food coloring into the dish. Immediately follow this with dish detergent. Watch the cool reaction.
2. Fill a small bowl with about a cup of water. Add a couple of packages of yeast and a tablespoon of sugar and watch the reaction.
3. Bubble Freeze: If it gets cold enough in your area. Use a bubble wand to create a large bubble. Then catch it on the wand. Finally let your children watch as it freezes.
Bread Taste Test
Submitted by an Unknown UserFind as many different kinds of bread as possible and let your children taste the different kinds of bread
Submitted by Mrs. KelliPut a lot of bugs in an aquarium. Make sure the lid fits well. Let your kids watch the bugs. They will enjoy seeing the bugs as well as learn a lot.
Submitted by Mrs. ScottGive each child white paper and separate container of bubble solution colored yellow and blue. As your children blow the bubbles on the paper point out that in some places the bubbles created a green design on the paper.
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