8 Responses to “discovering”

  1. Oh, I so agree. They seem so interested! I love doing experiments family-style.

  2. angie says:

    Fun! We slacked off with the hands on science at the end…so much going on. I’m happy to say we are done with the official school year…though we plan on doing a few sorted things here and there just for fun. Yay to the ocean, such fun, wish it was on our coast we could have a play date:)

  3. we did a similar science project last winter and having to touch the wet playdoh made me gag – such a weird texture after it’s been floating in water. currently our science involves playing outside, observing the garden as it grows, collecting bugs 😉

  4. Dad says:

    Beautiful pictures and words Rachel! Such intensity on Mr. L’s face! Miss E’s hands look so grown up! I feel that she is very much like you at that age! Thanks for posting – it brought a smile to my face and an ache to my heart!

  5. MJ says:

    Love all the creativity and thoughtfulness put into this project! Love seeing the cool Canadian coins too :)!!

  6. Tracey says:

    Sounds like a wonderful way to learn science. I love hands on!

  7. Leah says:

    Looks like lots of fun! Do you use a specific science curriculum? I am needing something really hands on for my almost 7 year old for next year. Thanks!

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