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Have children build a carwash out of blocks and to drive the toy cars and truck through for a good washing.
Have your child explore water at bath time with plastic containers of different shapes and sizes.
Have children draw, dictate, or write something that surprised them as they were exploring making objects and float and sink. Compile the pages to make a group book.
Place a bin of water in the Block Area to represent a bay. Have children build a coastline around the bay.
Invite children to create a boat from blocks. Encourage them to make different types of boats they have been reading about.
Invite children to make the letter “Bb” with blocks. Have them count the number of blocks they use.
Invite children to make the uppercase and lowercase “Ww” with blocks.
Have children create water drop designs by letting colored water drops flow down a ramp.
Demonstrate how to use the balance or homemade scale. Let children compare objects and guess which one is heavier.
Children choose items of different materials and determine which absorbs more water and which dries faster.
Have children test objects to see if they will float or sink. Instruct children to place the objects in the “sink” or “float” half of a poster board based on what happened.
Have each child choose a boat character in Toy Boat and continue the story.
Have children draw a picture of their favorite object from “Fish Museum.” Help them dictate or write a caption about if the object floats or sinks.
Make a graph of children’s results from the measuring activity.
Have children draw a boat they built. Help them write or dictate a caption about something they learned while observing the boat.
Have children create a story together about a trip on the ocean in a boat.
Read the poem “The River.” Have children draw a picture of how they imagined the river flowed down the mountain.
Help children write or dictate a poem about water using the template provided.
Have children identify clothing articles that absorb water and dictate or write a caption about it.
Test children’s predictions and have them record which balls float and which ones sink.