“What Dissolves in Water?” Experiment for Kids from the Pantry

What dissolves in water? A simple experiment from the pantry.

This is a fun experiment for preschoolers to predict and observe what will dissolve and disappear in water and what won't. Find out what dissolves in water! I've mentioned before that Henry's really been into experiments lately. He's created his own experiment as well as begs for others to do quite often. Like I mentioned in the how to become hands on post last week, I go ...

11 Connect the Dots Activities to Ditch the Traditional Worksheets!

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I've been on a major connect the dots activities kick with the kids lately. From beginner connect the dots for preschoolers to more abstract and hands on connect the dots that got the kids moving. When I searched for more connect the dots activities to do with the kids, I was bummed that all I was finding were number worksheets for them to count and connect. There seems to be ...

Easy Easter Egg Craft to Make Use of Your Ribbon Stash

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A simple ribbon Easter egg craft that surely brightened up the room and added a Spring touch to decorate for Easter! George and I spent a morning making Easter eggs to put in the window! Take a look at these! Aren't they pretty? And they're so simple to make. I started by cutting out several egg shapes from scrapbook paper (or heavy card stock, an affiliate link for you to ...

Simple & Big Connect the Dots Using Letters

Make a BIG Connect the Dots using letters for preschoolers!

I couldn't shake the idea of doing a big connect the dots for a move and learn activity. George did a simple connect the dots that's great for preschoolers, or beginners, that don't quite know their numbers yet. Its great for fine motor skills and working on writing. But I wanted one that could get him moving and learning. We did the giant connect the dots to connect the ...