Fun game for your child to figure out how things work.
What You Need:
• Dry cereal
• A small-mouthed unbreakable bottle
What To Do:
1. Drop a piece of dry cereal into an empty, unbreakable, small-mouthed bottle.
2. Ask your child to get the cereal out of the bottle.
3. Ask him what is happening to the cereal as he tries to get it out.
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