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Discussion in 'Early Years' started by L10, Sep 12, 2012.
Does anyone have ideas?
We have an investigation station...
binnoculars, telescopes, globe, clip boards/paper/pencils, magnifying glasses, metal detectors, digital cameras, magnets, dishes/pots for collecting samples/bugs/anything, measuring jugs, tweezers, sound byte cards, compass, ey microscopes, torches, different materials (fabrics, metals, plastics, woods etc etc.), lots of inspiration photographs and posters and 2 lamps attached to the wall that extend over the table like a little science lab or operating table.
Do you carry out a lot of investigations?
I would like an area where the chn can investigate on their own, though we will be carrying some group investigations out too.
Thanks for the ideas all.