Deb is here to read you a very special book entitled "Hands" by Lois Ehlert!
Introducing... Science Teacher Wendy!
Wendy begins each weekly lesson with a special song - please enjoy singing along with Ms. Wendy in the video below!
In the video below you will find Wendy reading the book "Imogene's Antlers" by David Small!
A Special Letter from Science Teacher Wendy
One thing I love about science is that it is all around us. There are so many things to discover with little effort on our parts. Sometimes we do need a little inspiration, so here are a few fun ideas/links to interesting things to try while you are home with your kids. I'm trying to only suggest items that won't require any trips to the store or waste any necessary food or consumable materials.
Color Mixing Fun:
This is always a favorite for all ages! Find clear bowls or jars, fill some halfway with water. Add a few drops of food coloring or watercolor paint (FYI food coloring does stain). Kids can use spoons or straws to transfer these colors into clean jars. They can create many new colors from just a few basic colors. Let them mix away!
Sink or Float Fun:
Find 10 items around the house, test if they sink or float.
Static Electricity Fun:
Your children are young scientists every day of their lives! I miss seeing all of their smiling faces.
Be well everyone,
Thank you for reading with us - stay tuned for the next edition of Virtual Story Time with the Paddington Station Staff!