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Preschool

PreK Ages 3-5

Our lessons align with Early Childhood Indicators of Progress.

3 Little Engineers

Students will construct homes and towers with magic noodles that can withstand the power of wind from a fan.

Early Childhood Indicators: Scientific Thinking and Problem Solving: Use tools for investigation of the environment, Identify and/or describe objects by physical characteristics
Skills: logical thinking, communication, problem solving
Vocabulary: seed dispersal
Antarctica

Students will examine the habitats of Antarctica animals and their adaptations.

Early Childhood Indicators: scientific thinking and problem solving: ask questions and seek answers through active exploration, use senses to explore materials and the environment
Skills: observation, logical thinking, and critical thinking, measuring
Vocabulary: Antarctica, blubber
Black Bear/Hibernation

Students will identify black bear characteristics and habitat.

Early Childhood Indicators: Opportunity to explore natural objects and events, share information on observations pictorially, verbally or through other representations, encourage and provide materials for a variety of sensory experiences
Skills: logical and critical thinking, fine motor
Vocabulary: hibernation
Color Chemistry Most Popular

Students experiment with primary colors to create secondary colors.

Early Childhood Indicators: discover-observe and question, investigate, experiment
Skills: fine motor, logical thinking, observation
Vocabulary: primary color, secondary color
Gravity Coasters Most Popular

Students will use the force of gravity to push and pull a marble through an obstacle course of their own design. They will be given challenges to incorporate in to the track design.

Early Childhood Indicators: Scientific Thinking and Problem Solving: Questioning: Express wonder about the natural world. Ask questions and seek answers through active exploration. Use senses to explore materials and the environment, Use tools for investigation of the environment
Skills: problem solving, logical thinking, motor skills, critical thinking
Vocabulary: Gravity
Matter Matters

Students will experiment with solids, liquids and gases to study phases of matter.

Early Childhood Indicators: Scientific Thinking and Problem Solving: Ask questions and seek answers through active exploration, use senses to explore materials and the environment, make predictions about objects and natural events
Skills: observation, logical thinking, simple chemistry to observe the difference between a solid, liquid and a gas
Vocabulary: solid, liquid, gas, atom
Round Like a Ball

Students will engage in activity that teaches them about air, land and water that make planet Earth.

Early Childhood Indicators: Scientific Thinking and Problem Solving; express wonder about the natural world, ask questions and seek answers through active exploration
Skills: observation, communication, logical thinking, large and small motor
Vocabulary: rotation
Science of Snot

Students make snot and learn how mucous in our bodies helps to fight germs.

Early Childhood Indicators: Scientific Thinking and Problem Solving: Ask questions and seek answers through active exploration
Skills: fine motor, observation, communication, counting
Vocabulary: mucous
Ugh a Bug

Students will go on a bug hunt, observe the difference between a bug and an insect, learn about predator and prey and make an insect to bring home.

Early Childhood Indicators: Scientific Thinking and Problem Solving: Ask questions and seek answers through active exploration, Use senses to explore materials and the environment, Use tools for investigation of the environment; Mathematical and logical thinking; Demonstrate the ability to count in sequence
Skills: observation, logical thinking, and critical thinking
Vocabulary: insect
Vertebrates

Students will handle ostrich and bison bones, observe animal x-rays from animals around the world and compare and contrast vertebrates and invertebrates.

Early Childhood Indicators: Scientific Thinking and Problem Solving: Questioning: Express wonder about the natural world. Ask questions and seek answers through active exploration. Creativity and the Arts; Use a variety of media and materials for exploration and creative expression, Participate in art and music experiences
Skills: observation, use of science tools, logical thinking
Vocabulary: vertebrate
Water Cycle Most Popular

Students will experience the components of the water cycle on our planet.

Early Childhood Indicators: earth science, inquiry science
Skills: fine motor, logical thinking, communication
Vocabulary: precipitation, condensation, evaporation
Wiggling Worms Most Popular

Students will handle earthworms and red compost worms as they make observations about the worm habitat and lifecycle.

Early Childhood Indicators: Scientific Thinking and Problem Solving: Ask questions and seek answers through active exploration, Use senses to explore materials and the environment, Use tools for investigation of the environment; Mathematical and logical thinking; Demonstrate the ability to count in sequence
Skills: observation, use of science tools
Vocabulary: earthworm
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