When learning the five senses in Spanish, kids need to learn the simple basics of how our senses helps us get around. In this Spanish lesson for kids, the five senses are presented in a brief science description, the sense of sight and smell, keywords to know, and a learning activity to reinforce the lesson.
They’re beautiful to look at and kids love to play with them. What’s more to love is the way the color interweave in a majestic color design. What am I referring to? I’m referring to a kaleidoscope. These amazing tools of light and color are great for kids to explore light reflection by just simply turning a color wheel.
Kaleidoscope (caleidoscopio) derives from the Greek kalos, which means beautiful, eidos, which means form, and scopeo, which means to observe. In other words, kaleidoscope is a cylindrical tube that contains a series of mirrors. The tube has one end piece (opening) to allow visible light in and a small eyepiece for viewing.
Ladybugs are insects so small that you may be lucky to hold them in your hand. These harmless creatures also provide a safe way to take care of your plants. They love to feed on microscopic organisms like aphids, which can deteriorate a plant.
In science, there is plenty of observations about nature and children are the best at making scientific interpretations. Communication is key when children are exploring nature. A science journal is always a great way to record children observations of nature.
Learning about ladybugs is also good when you notice them in their natural environment. They like to live in plants, trees, shrubs, and flower beds. In this craft, children will be able to make a picture of where ladybugs live.