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Visit a construction site and talk with your child about the tools and machines used by construction workers.
Have children explore making loud and quiet sounds with their hands, feet, and mouths.
Have children work in pairs to build their bridges.
Children continue to build towers using different materials. Test each tower’s stability.
Have children make houses for toys. Focus them on the size of the house so the toys fit inside.
Have children build a representation of the building they saw.
Have children build towers out of blocks. Have them draw a picture to record their tower.
Continue to explore ramp materials, build ramps, and move objects down the ramps. Children discuss and compare how objects move.
Have children build and freely explore sending objects down ramps of different steepness.
Have children work in pairs to build a trackway and observe how a marble moves down the track.
Challenge children to recreate their houses, bridges, and 3-D representations using different materials.
Have children continue to explore using different materials to build towers.
Have children build tube tracks and explore changing the tracks to make their ball move in different directions.
Assist children as they create a rainbow using a bottle of water and light.
Have children explore looking at objects indoors through colored transparent materials.
Have children explore making different sound pairs with their voices (high sound and a soft sound; low sound and a loud sound, etc.).
Have children explore tapping and scraping sounds while using different materials. Encourage further exploration by occasionally commenting and/or posing questions.
Let children freely explore a variety of fruits and vegetables with their senses, and compare the seeds in the plants.
Take a field trip to a local library, allowing children to explore.
Have children explore mixing two different colors of water.