Make SNOW PEARLS for fabulous Winter play- these amazing gems are delightfully cold and squishy. They slowly melt and transform during play just like snow!

SNOW PEARLS for fabulous Winter play ~ these amazing gems are delightfully cold and squishy. They slowly melt and transform during play just like snow! (Winter craft for children)

6 snow science experiments for kids - encourage curiosity, learn to hypothesize, observe, record result, and make conclusions

10 Easy Snow Science Experiments for Kids

6 snow science experiments for kids. Winter STEM activities encourage curiosity, love of nature and science. Kids learn to hypothesize, observe, record result, and make conclusion. Fun outdoor and indoor kids activities for cold winter.

Teach kids about snowflakes with these engaging videos for toddlers, preschoolers, and school age kids.

Watch these cool snowflake videos with kids!

Cool Snowflake Videos for Kids Teach kids about snowflakes with these engaging videos for toddlers, preschoolers, and school age kids.

A Place Called Kindergarten: let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. Pattern block die cut snowflakes.

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! Pattern block die cut snowflakes: a fun way to learn about rhombuses, hexagons and trapezoids.

Why Doesn't the Ocean Freeze? | Education.com 2nd grade science project

Why Doesn't the Ocean Freeze?

Why doesn't the ocean freeze? I love this experiment idea for discovering why the ocean doesn't freeze! Great way to incorporate a constructivist lesson.

Banches of evergreens in water for science center: Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Our Room: An Environment Created for Investigating

trees study: Branches of evergreens in water for science center: Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Our Room: An Environment Created for Investigating

Find out who's walking thru your neighborhood with this fun hands-on science hunt -- great books and track guides included!

Exploring Animals Tracks in Winter

Great books and track guides for a fun outdoor adventure -- You can do this in the snow, sand or mud w/the kids!

Cardinal

Have to name him Cam, after my youngest son that loved Redbirds & the color red. Beautiful male Cardinal on a winter branch.

From another Pinner: CLOUD, ICE, AND SNOW INQUIRY. Pinned here as example of the warm Reggio-Emilia classroom environment.

From another Pinner: CLOUD, ICE, AND SNOW INQUIRY. Pinned here as example of the warm Reggio-Emilia classroom environment.

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