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science lesson observation in reception

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by kjimenez, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. We have a lesson observation next week. The subject area is science. I was thinking about changing states possibly linked to goldilocks for the rest of the week. Had anyone got anymore ideas or can anyone share some of their successful science activities.
  2. Why don't you use the cold weather to look at water and ice. Freeze some ice in blocks and put them in the water tray with warm water, watch them melt. You can put colour in the iceberg too and watch what happens to the colour in the water tray. Just an idea!
  3. making porridge???

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