“Look, I really made a sphere, I can’t believe it, it’s awesome!” C exclaimed after he added kinetic sand to a measuring spoon and pressed it together. After this, he sliced it in half, creating a perfect sphere. “Its so round and smooth too!’, he presses his hands over the sensory activity.
C appears to feel confident sharing the knowledge with the group. “It’s not a circle because it’s 3D” he explains. Socialization, language and the ability to identify and compare shapes is taking place at the table.
Pride is beaming from C as he shows the rest of the children the way to make the new shape. Thank you for teaching us what your interested in!
Carrie Kostick RECE