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Moving on Ceremony


Our ceremony will be on

Monday, June 5th from 9:15-10:00am.




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Mr. Nelson and his Wildlife Animals visited us with the following animals:

Tortoise

Spring Haas, which is actually a squirrel

Skunk

Black Throat Monitor, which is part of the lizard family

Lynx

Python



Making a Volcano

In a dixie cup,

*put a few drops of liquid dish detergent

*put in a few drops of red food coloring

*put in 1 Tbsp. of Baking Soda

*fill to 3/4 full with vinegar and water (mixed half and half)

*Watch in amazement!



Color Mixing 

Pour whole milk into a bowl (enough to cover the bottom of the bowl).

Add in a few drops of food coloring.

Add in a few drops of liquid dish soap.

When you add the soap, the colors will start to swirl together.



Painting with Salt

(This is GREAT for mixing colors!)

*Use thick paper, such as cardboard

*Paint a thick layer of liquid glue onto the paper. 

*Paint (very watery) water colors onto the salt. The colors spread quickly. 




.jpegTake a moment and check out our "Fun with Clifford" pictures. We enjoy seeing photos of Clifford on his adventures with your kiddos! 



Flubber (a.k.a. Slime)
Liquid Starch
Water
Measuring Cup
2 bowls and a spoon
food coloring, confetti, glitter {optional}

Peppermint Oobleck

Cornstarch
Water
Peppermints
Tweezers, spoon
Cookie sheet

Mix up about a cup of cornstarch and 1/2 cup of water! You can also make colored oobleck! However, the peppermints will give it a pretty color too.

Pour and spoon onto a cookie sheet. stick in your goodies (really anything can be used for sticking into the oobleck!), add a pair of tweezers and play! Plastic animals and LEGO men are fun too. Or use some natural elements like our evergreen oobleck!