Check out this awesome Liquid Solid Blob Preschool States of Matter Activity! Your little kids will have a blast exploring fun Chemistry concepts! If you’re planning a preschool science theme, then don’t forget to add this quick & easy, hands-on activity.
This week, we’re working on a fun preschool states of matter activity.
It’s August, y’all! And we’re back to homeschool. First things first, our preschool theme is Science Lab. If you missed it, you can check out all of our Science Lab activities here.
Yep! The little guy still loves the wonderful STEAM activities that come with each and every one of our preschool curriculum kits. And let’s not forget about baby girl. She’s just barely a toddler, but she’s all about getting her hands on as many sensory activities as possible.
This theme is seriously amazing and we’re loving it just as much now as we did the first time a few years ago.
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Liquid Solid Blob Preschool States of Matter Activity
What you’ll need
Here’s how to do it
- What is liquid and what is solid in the room?
- Invite each child to squeeze a blob of glue on wax paper. Is the glue liquid or solid?
- Encourage children to decorate glue with sequins then place the ends of a yarn piece in the glue to create a hanger. Note: we’ve used different sequins each time that we’ve done this activity. Choose what works for you and your little kids.
- When dry, peel the glue blob off the wax paper. Is the glue solid or liquid?
- Leave glue, wax paper, and decorating materials for children to make more blobs.
- Did the child make choices about the size of the glue blob and where to put the sequins?
- Did he choose other materials to use?
This has been one of our favorites for years now. If you take a look at our post from the first time that we did Science Lab, you can check out this activity along with the other states of matter activities here.
Don’t forget to stop by next week if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to with our Science Lab theme. And if you missed this year’s preschool homeschool space post, you can check it out here.
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