10 Exciting Cornflour (Cornstarch) Messy Play Activities There are loads of fun cornflour (cornstarch) messy play activities to do which are great for sensory play. It is fun to mix … Continue Reading 10 Cornflour Messy Play Activities *(Cornstarch)
Turmeric pH Indicator Experiment for Acids & Bases This turmeric pH indicator experiment for acids and bases is a fun, easy way to learn about acids and bases. If done … Continue Reading Turmeric pH Indicator Experiment for Acids & Bases
Frozen baking soda / bicarbonate of soda and vinegar science experiment This Frozen baking soda / bicarbonate of soda and vinegar science experiment is a fun way for children to … Continue Reading Frozen Bicarbonate of Soda and Vinegar Experiment
Color Changing baking soda and vinegar science experiment This color changing baking soda and vinegar science experiment is a fun way for children to observe changes in pH as the … Continue Reading Color pH Baking Soda and Vinegar Science Experiment
Colorful baking soda and vinegar experiment for kids This colorful baking soda and vinegar experiment for kids is a fun and safe way to introduce children to chemical reactions. It … Continue Reading Colorful Baking Soda and Vinegar Experiment for Kids
Painting with Frozen Shaving Cream Foam Paint – Recipe for Kids This is an easy frozen shaving cream foam paint recipe for kids to use. Frozen shaving foam paint is … Continue Reading Frozen Shaving Cream Foam Paint Recipe for Kids
Valentines Day is a good excuse to get crafting, so we hope that these STEM art projects inspire you to use science and technology with your toddlers and kids. These … Continue Reading Valentines STEM Art Projects for Toddlers and Kids
Rocks can be all sorts of fun for sorting! They can be sorted by size, shape, colour. They can be sorted in groups or it can be done in gradients. Children can be free to sort them and organise them in any way they like. It’s a great way for children to begin to think about similarities and differences and how things can be similar in some ways and different in others.
I think this is my favourite gross motor activity for young children and it is one that the children in my classes get really excited about. Children have so much fun doing this that they don’t realise that they are working hard and building muscle and strength.