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Chose this because it seems to encourage creativity and looks like a lot of fun (also I love experimenting with magnets) -Preschool open ended activity with magnets

Chose this because it seems to encourage creativity and looks like a lot of fun (also I love experimenting with magnets) -Preschool open ended activity with magnets I have tins of different sizes. Glue magnets to lids etc. allow chn to explore.

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This is a fabulous way to incorporate nature-provided ingredients into a fun, hands-on activity. I suggest it could even be used to create a lesson in science and/or nature study by learning about the herbs and spices themselves.

Magnetic and non-magnetic sorting record charts (SB7407) - SparkleBox

This is a great idea for kids in the and grade. Have a list of materials that you have around the classroom. Have the kids go around with a magnet and see if the items are magnetic. If they are magnetic, have the

using toilet paper/wrapping paper tubes w/ magnets attached kids can create their own marble runs

Create changeable marble runs with sections of cardboard tubing " PVC pipe sections?), decorated, magnets hot glued to hold up. This would be awesome on our magnet wall.