Danielle Watkins

Danielle Watkins

Danielle Watkins
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Play Dough Bugs - Make several colors of play dough and put out some loose parts for building bugs.

Last week, we had a great time creating playdough bugs! I put out playdough (I had fun making spring colors!), pipe cleaners cut into segments, toothpicks, stra

Explore Bugs with this Bug Fossils Play Dough Invitation. Includes play ideas and book pairings.

Explore Bugs with this Bug Fossils Play Dough activity. Ask pupil to press out playdough first so you have a flat surface. Ask the pupil to press a plastic bug into the playdough. Then remove the bug with tweezers. Great for hand and finger strength.

Earth Day activity: Make a worm compost bin. Tips for how to make one, What and what not to feed your worms, what to do with the resulting compost etc also there's a book I want to check into Worms Eat My Garbage, by Mary Appelhof;

Earth Day activity: Make a worm compost bin. Tips for how to make one, What and what not to feed your worms, what to do with the resulting compost etc also theres a book I want to check into Worms Eat My Garbage, by Mary Appelhof;

Start seeder with toilet paper rolls | Reuse & recycle | DIY | Via www.seethings.net

Seed Starts in Empty Toilet Paper Rolls- so much easier than making newspaper cups.

Exploring Vegetable Seeds

Looking for a simple toddler science idea for your toddler that requires little to no set-up? Your toddler will love exploring vegetable seeds!

Hydroponics for kids is a great way to involve them in how their food grows. This simple two liter bottle hydroponic experiment can be done in a weekend.

Hydroponics for kids is a great way to involve them in how their food grows. This simple two liter bottle hydroponic experiment can be done in a weekend.

Beekeeping

Please Help Save the Bees & Plant these Wonderful Herbs & Flowers. We need beautiful bees to live & survive. Do your part.