Cranberry jelly sauce is an easy science experiment for kids for Thanksgiving. This is a fun indoor activity to make kids interested in science.
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How can we help children to understand complex processes? Experiments benefit children in their knowledge process because they live concepts, and this is much better than telling them what to learn or trying to make them memorize those concepts. They will easily forget them. Remember that children learn by playing.
Boys and girls learn at their own rhythm, and we should teach them according to that. This way to learn is known as active learning. Experiments arouse their curiosity, attention, concentration, and their interest to learn.
Since boys and girls are born, they are curious. They are always exploring and experiencing the world around them. That’s why we should help them to learn by trying out using objects and tools we use daily at home.
After doing this science experiment, you must talk with them about it, asking questions like, “why do you think that happened?” and let them know what could happen if ingredients are changed. They will analyze and develop their critical thinking.
THEME: EASY SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS FOR KIDS
HOW DO WE DO THIS ACTIVITY?
Topic: Easy Science Experiment
Age: 4-6 years old children
Goal: Stimulate children learning through an easy science experiment.
Difficulty level: Basic. Children will do this easy science experiments for kids activity autonomously by following instructions
- Fine motor skills
- Following instructions
- Critical thinking
- A soup dish or a bowl
- Food coloring
- Liquid soap
- Cotton swab
Pour the milk into the soup dish/bowl until covering the bottom of it.
Add some drops of the food coloring and mix it with the milk.
Apply liquid soap to the cotton swab and insert it into the milk with food coloring and check the reaction. Talk about thanksgiving special dinner jelly sauce
Easy science experiments for kids with cranberry jelly sauce
HOW TO CARRY OUT THIS EASY SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS ACTIVITY WITH CHILDREN OF OTHER AGES?
CHANGES FOR CHILDREN UNDER 4 YEARS OLD
You can do this easy science experiment for kids activity with younger children. If they cannot pour the milk into the bowl or mix the ingredients, an adult can help them by guiding their hands.
CHANGES FOR CHILDREN OLDER THAN 6
This easy science experiment for kids activity can also be done with older children. To increase the difficulty level and make it more interesting, children can add different food coloring colors. That will be a pop of color. You can use full-fat milk and then lactose-free milk and see what happens. Ask children what they see and what they think about.
WATCH THE STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS HERE
VIDEO DESCRIPTION – CRANBERRY JELLY SAUCE EASY SCIENCE EXPERIMENT
This easy thanksgiving science experiment for kids video will see a step-by-step explanation of the “CRANBERRY JELLY SAUCE” activity.
This activity was designed for 4-6 years old children. They have to experiment with milk and some other ingredients to see the reactions when mixing them. They will stimulate their concentration, critical thinking, following instructions, and exploring. They will use milk, food coloring, a bowl or soup dish, and liquid soap.
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