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Set up this Christmas Lights Science display in your science center and let kids explore and discover how to turn on the Christmas lights. This is a simple

Set up this Christmas Lights Science display in your science center and let kids explore and discover how to turn on the Christmas lights.

24 Ways to Play and Learn About Concepts Related to Light - night and day, sun, shadows, etc. Includes related story book suggestions

24 fun ideas for exploring the theme of light - day and night, sun and stars, shadows and more! Perfect for preschool through to second grade.

Fill a glass of water (almost to the top) and place it at the very edge of the counter in a dark kitchen. Place a sheet of plain white paper on the floor a few inches away from the counter. Put two pieces of masking tape over the front of a flashlight so that the light comes out of a slit about 1/8 inch (0.3 cm) wide.

Here is a tip to make your own Rainbow. Fill a glass of water (almost to the top) and place it at the very edge of the counter in a dark kitchen. Place a sheet of plain white paper on the floor a f.

Light and Electricity Activities For Kids

Our Science Lab theme continues with light and electricity activities. We learned about rainbows, played a "shine the flashlight" game, played with color paddles, how to make a flashlight work, about Thomas Edison.

We had the most wonderful, accidental learning experience at preschool recently. What started as a few flashlights in the block center quickly turned into a complex, exciting and robust study of light

Shadow Play - Explore light and shadows in this easy sensory/science activity for young children. Use for separate light from darkness, Creation Day

AMAZING lava lamp sensory bags. These are easy to make and allow kids to explore in a variety of ways. Learn colors, explore the Science of liquids, create fun works of art, and engage in sensory play in a mess free way. There is no clean up with these and the FUN never ends.

Seidel These are easy to make and allow kids to explore in a variety of ways. Learn colors, explore the Science of liquids, create fun works of art, and engage in sensory play in a mess free way. There is no clean up with these and the FUN never ends.