Kindergarten rocks

Explore a variety of fun and educational activities that will make kindergarten an exciting and enriching experience for your child. Get inspired with top ideas to help your child thrive in their early learning journey.
Rocks for Kids - 15 Fun Activities and Ideas {all free} Montessori, Summer, Pre K, Science For Kids, Science Activities, Earth Science Activities, Preschool Science, 4th Grade Science, Science Lessons

Teaching rocks for kids can be fun, interactive and even yummy with these creative ideas. These 15 activities and ideas are perfect for teaching science about rocks that includes the rock cycle, the types of rocks and more! You'll even love how these ideas integrate food {yum!}, creativity and songs to meet all learners. Rocks for Kids 1. Rock Formations Worksheet - Students can take what they know about rocks and use them creatively to create rock formations. This is a more artistic way to…

Catherine Grindel
Science for Kids: Setting up a rock exploration center. Such a fun, hands-on way for kids to learn about geology! ~ Play, Pre K, Science Experiments, Montessori, Science Projects, Science Experiments Kids, Science Activities For Kids, Science For Kids, Science Center Preschool

Ignite your child’s curiosity in geology with a rock exploration center! Collect some rocks from outside and gather a few materials, and your’e ready to encourage all kinds of rock investigation. It’s such an easy and fun way to foster a love of science within young children! Follow our Science for Kids Pinterest board! …

Buggy and Buddy
See how science and art mix in this exploration of Agate and it's properties. Art, Nature, Montessori, Mindfulness, Ideas, Teaching Art, Science, Different Types Of Rocks, Discovery Based Learning

It all started when a little friend brought in a beautiful geode to show the class. They were absolutely enthralled with the crystals growing inside! She set up a station where friends could come and look closer. The next day, another friend brought in a beautiful geode that looked a little different. They started wondering all kinds of things about the geodes which lead to discussions about if other rocks can be geodes and have crystals inside. I asked if they wanted to explore further to…

Darla Myers