How to Make Flowers in the Sun

Ages: 6-8, 9-12
Location: Indoors
Skills: Physical, Art

What you'll need:
Small plexiglass square or rectangle
Power drill (to be used by an adult)
Permanent markers
Yarn

Background:
Children learn about how light reflects through objects. Have the kids use different sources of light and talk about the differences in what they see.

What to do:
1. Drill two evenly spaced holes in the top of the plexiglass.

2. Color a summer bouquet of flowers on the plexiglass with permanent markers.

3. Thread yarn through the holes to hang up the plexiglass.

Use:
Children learn about how light reflects through objects. Have the kids use different sources of light and talk about the differences in what they see.

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