Materials: dish soap, water, bucket or plastic container, whisk
An important part of children’s hand-washing is for them to rub their hands together until they see bubbles. Otherwise, the soap slips off and goes down the drain without cleaning their hands.
Homemade bubble mix Dissolve ½ cup sugar in 4 cups warm water. Stir in ½ cup dish washing liquid. Let it sit for at least 2 hours for best results. To make a bubble blower, cut the bottom off a soft drink bottle and blow through the neck or you can think of other ways to make a bubble blower.
This activity has movement and maths
Materials: a balloon
Challenge your child to keep a balloon from falling to the floor without catching or holding it! Add in some counting practice. How many times can they hit it up before it falls?
BOT Meeting at Pukekohe North School on 23.9.2020 from 4.30.- 6.30.p.m. in the staffroom.
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