Water runs, evaporates, is poured, and channelled; air blows through the hair and makes objects move; light goes on, goes off, and changes colours. Here your children will be experimenting with you in a series of activities that will introduce them to methods of science and technology: observing, naming, comparing, and starting again.
Children never tire of asking questions. Curious, they want to know what things are called and to understand the phenomena they observe.
Children have a close familiarity with water from their intra-uterine life. And so they tend to be attracted to this element, which they associate with wellbeing. Here your children will discover some properties of water through play: how it flows; how it makes mechanisms move; and how it changes states from solid to liquid to gaseous.
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