Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Science and Art Made Fun







As we continue through our school year, it is important to have my kiddies develop a love for learning. This day, we did a little science project by melting crayon pieces to make new shapes, and use these rainbow colors to make artistic colorful masterpieces~! They were all so excited to do this, and Graysen could not wait until they were ready to use.
We've been filling our days with different crafts, hands on projects to keep them learning in Fun ways!!! I am happy.
Naomi




3 comments:

  1. I love it Naomi. You are doing such a wonderful job teaching your kiddos.

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  2. Do they just pop right out or did you have to do something before hand? I'm going to try this with my toddler! Thanks for the idea!

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  3. Hey Meg, your welcome! I put just a tad of the pam in the muffin pan and none in the fruit sillicone tray. They did just pop out after about 15 min of cooling. I put them in the oven on 225 for about 5 min..I think the more crayon pieces you put the longer time. Then when you take them out, you can take a toothpick and stir it some. *tip* avoid black :)

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