Pine Needle Discovery Bottles
[Source: No Time for Flashcards]
Bringing the outdoors into my preschool class gets harder in the colder ( and around here wetter) months, but I think it’s important for children to explore things and sometimes the only way to get young children to focus on the small details is to make something really cool with it. That is where these discovery bottles come in. Stopping to really look at the needles on a Christmas tree might not appeal to a three-year-old but put it in a bottle with some water that they can hold without getting poked, flip, shake, and look at with a magnifying glass. These pine tree discovery bottles are so simple but children love them, and they are perfect for preschool science.
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