Egg Bubbles

Egg Bubbles This fun science experiment for kids focuses on some of the interesting characteristics of eggs.Prove the existence of a small air pocket inside an egg as well as thousands of small holes in the shell called pores,While learning what air does as it heated. MATERIAL..     .A Clear Read more…

Water Cycle

Water cycle The Earth has a limited amount of water.That water keeps going around and around and around and around and (well ,you get the idea) in what we call the water Cycle.” This cycle is made up of a few main parts. >Evaporation (and transpiration) >Condensation >Precipitation >Collection EVAPORATION”” Read more…

Make A Paperclip Float

Make A Paperclip Float Material         1.Clean Dry Paper  Clips          2.Tissue paper          3.A Bowl Of Water          4Pencil with Eraser Procedure. >Fill the bowl with water. >Tear a piece of tissue paper and gently drop the tissue flat onto the surface of the water. >Gently place a dry Read more…

Making An Anemometer

Making An Anemometer MARTERIALS. .4 small paper cups .4 plastic drinking straws .Tape .Scissors .Straight pin .Pencil with a new eraser .Stapler PROCEDURE. 1.Take consent of the child to begin the experiment . 2.Introduce the name of the experiment and explain its purpose.Then introduce the apparatus to the children. 3.Arrange Read more…

Word Building

Word Building At some point ,the teacher decides a child is ready ti build words without her help.To maximize the child’s success.We begin with two or three letter phonetic words. Materials An Attractive word Building material is provided to enable the child to work alone within this limitation of two Read more…

Phonemic Awarness

Phonemic Awareness There are 26 letters (a to z’) in English language called Alphabets .These alphabets are composed of vowel letters and consonat letters. The vowels are a,e,o,i,u and sometimes y. The letters other than vowels are consonant letters. r , l and w frequently affect how vowels are sounded Read more…