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Here's a preschool color collage activity to help your child work on her sorting skills, and create a beautiful addition to the refrigerator gallery.
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Your child will begin to recognize written color names as she looks at the different patterns and matches them up with the correct colors.
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Enjoy the warm spring weather outside and indulge in a colorful game of I Spy while you're at it! It's just as fun as classic I Spy but twice as educational.
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Kids get innovative as they mix their own colors then make a painting with the new shades of color they've created.
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... spoon for mixing (like a tablespoon) What You Do: Explain to your child that there are three fantastic colors, called the primary colors, that can be mixed...
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... different stages of turning colors will have a different shade of the same color and how the leaves of different trees turn different colors. If you have any colors...
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Invite your kindergarten scientist to conduct this color mixing experiment to discover which primary hues make a rainbow of secondary colors.
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Help your curious third grader construct a dazzling spinning wheel that will teach him about the science behind colors while providing some silly entertainment!
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Give your science savvy kindergarten a lesson in plant science with this fun carnation experiment.
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Teach your preschooler color recognition using this handy egg carton sorter. She will group objects by color and learn to recognize their names with this tool.
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Did you ever think you could make colors disappear right before your eyes? This science experiment is just like a magic trick: now you see it, now you don't!
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Your preschooler is familiar with the colors in her crayon box, but can she find these colors in the world? Take her on a scavenger hunt.
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Your kid will be captivated as she watches liquids change color before her very eyes during this fun science project that introduces some chemistry basics.
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Tic-tac-toe is tons of fun, but the traditional version can get a little monotonous after a while. Mix it up and try this colorful outdoor version!
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Show your preschooler how to make a print of a butterfly using her hand as a tool--a great way to stimulate her sense of touch.
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Make scented sensory cloud dough. Add it to a sensory table, activity station, or put it in a baggie for extra at-the-park entertainment!
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With a clear bottle and a few plastic straws, you can easily make a hummingbird feeder and demonstrate the effects of atmospheric pressure at the same time!
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Create a homemade pair of sunglasses with colored lenses to see just how light and color affect our sight! Use this fun project to practice science!
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Here is a kindergarten activity that blends art and science by using magnets, paint, and objects found around the house to create a picture.
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Here's a fun at-home activity that will help your child strengthen math skills using high and low temperature data, and become a master temperature tracker!

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