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Investigation area - minibeasts

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by L10, Sep 12, 2012.

  1. L10

    L10 New commenter

    Does anyone have ideas?
  2. 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.
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous New commenter

    Do you carry out a lot of investigations?
  4. L10

    L10 New commenter

    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.

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