Playdough Ideas for Kids :: 39 Ways to Play and Learn
Science, the Layers of our World What you'll need: play doh - blue, green, black, yellow, orange, red What the earth layers are: RED - inner core ORANGE - outer core YELLOW - mantle BLACK - crust BLUE AND GREEN - land and water
Oreo plate tectonics! This is such a creative way to teach students about the concept of the Earth's shifting layers. This would be a great focus activity to get students excited about learning how the movement of the Earth's plates can cause earthquakes to occur. In my unit, this would be a great way to talk about the globe and the fact that continents and oceans both have layers that move!
A lettuce and food coloring pesticide demonstration plant absorption. With any pesticide that is applied on the roots or on the leaves of trees and plants, this #poison can not be washed off. This includes all #insecticides and #pesticides -- even Round-Up! Telling people is almost as effective. An “Ah Ha!” Moment. #enviro_consciousness #enviro_conscious #healthy_eating
***** Playdough zoo- yes! -This was a hit during our zoo week and inspired sorting of animal types, matching colors, etc. The kids got creative finding other items to use with our play dough, like wooden blocks, clean stamps, etc.