It’s Fun Friday! Let’s play scientist at home using some common household ingredients and some ingenuity. Science is something everyone can get involved with, no matter what your age or ability! So, explore, experiment, and empower our kids!
And for those of you who love sensory play, try these projects: Colorful Kinetic Sand, DIY Lava Lamps, Elephant Toothpaste, DIY Gak Bubbles and Bouncy Eggs. Yes, bouncy eggs!
- Easy Science Experiments for Kids: youtu.be/McVpXiSttnU
- 9 Kid-Friendly Science Experiments: youtu.be/wPBWfeo8JXs
- 50 Easy Science Experiments Kids Can Do At Home With Stuff You Already Have: weareteachers.com/easy-science-experiments/
- Get more ideas here from Science in the Special Ed Class: pinterest.com/AutismClassNews/science-in-the-special-ed-class/
Did you know that when we started creating our inclusive playgrounds, we experimented with what type of surfacing might be best to accommodate our friends with mobility challenges? We explored and found that rubberized surfacing is the most accessible and safe for kids of all abilities. Learn more at inclusionmatters.org.
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