Fall Sink Float Science Invitation to Experiment

By | September 20, 2013

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Why Preschool Science?

Preschoolers are curious creatures. Science experiments, even very simple experiments fuel their curiosity for the world. Learning how to observe, how to talk about what they see and how to predict what might happen are amazing tools for the future! Experiments increase practical life and fine motor skills not to mention math and literacy skills.

Sink Float Science Experiment And Sensory Play!

Sensory play is a wonderful way to learn in our house! Most times are bins are filled with dry materials for sensory activities, but we also enjoy using water for sensory play even if it isn't warm outside! Although a little messy, it is still fun to do inside. Just prepared to be a little wet! It has been awhile since we have done a sink and float activity, so why not do a fall themed sink and float experiment. He loves experiments, so I knew it was time to set up this invitation to play again. I know apples float, but I was curious to see what he thought! See how are experiment went and how we did it over at B-Inspired Mamas (click here)! I am guest posting today!

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10 thoughts on “Fall Sink Float Science Invitation to Experiment

  1. Emma

    My daughter loves the float-or-sink experiment. I like this one because of the fall twist you added!

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  4. MultiTestingMom

    The kids would love this activity! Thanks for sharing on Artsy Play Wednesday, we hope you come back again this week.

    We’ve pinned this post for you :)

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