Support your toddlers development with this activity.
What You Need:
- Household objects that can get wet
- Large container of water
What To Do:
- With your child collect items around your home that are safe for your child to play with (and can get wet), such as a metal and plastic spoons, leaves, and a toy car.
- Fill a large container with water.
- Explain to your child what the terms “sinking” and “floating” mean by placing an object on the water and showing her.
- Have your child choose one object at a time. Ask her, “Does it sink or float?” Repeat this for all the objects.
- Make a pile of objects that sink and objects that float.
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