I used black beans as the base and then tons of magnets and a variety of magnetic and NON magnetic things. I wanted to make sure that there were wood, plastic, fabric, metal, glass and aluminum so that the kids could do a lot of experimenting.
I would say this is the most popular tub I have every done! The kids loved it!
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please do not use those metal balls. They are very dangerous and have killed children. Please think about safety, don't use them.ReplyDelete
Where did you get your big rod magnets?ReplyDelete
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You have so many great ideas here! We are sort of in opposite boats =) I had 4 girls and THEN my boy =) My girls were all close in age (my 4th child-a girl-was born when my oldest was 4! and then the boy came a little over 2 and a half years after girl #4). We homeschool as well and have from the get-go. I will be using some of your ideas with my kiddos! Thanks for all you do!ReplyDelete
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THANK YOU For your blog! I have been trying to find fun activities for my toddler / pre-schooler (I home school, I also have a 3rd grader) your blog rocks with ideas thanks!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you! I am so glad you can use these ideas!Delete
Great idea! Where did you get that tray in his right hand that marbles could sort into?ReplyDelete
It was the base to a jumbo pack of glue sticks from Costco:)Delete