In this activity, students create a model of a vortex using water instead of air.
In this unit designed for Kindergarten teachers, children will participate in activities and learn about wet and dry materials. These experiments explore evaporation, textures, and different solutions. Some of the experiences will be done through centres.
These activities are part of Science World's Big Science For Little Hands program. They were developed and tested with preschool and Kindergarten educators.
Sprinkle, Splash, Submerge, Soak! In these activities, students will discover cool ways that water interacts with various materials, all due to its special properties.
Every Drop Counts! This lesson investigates the water cycle, the process water takes to get to our homes and the importance of reducing water use to conserve it.