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Pine cones, cinnamon sticks, & fall leaves

This was just a simple bin to get into the feel of fall. We start by just placing everything in one of our water tables and examining it all. Trying to use all of our senses, we went threw each item. The cinnamon stick and pine cones were a good add for the sense of smell. Everything was good for sense of touch, sight and hearing. The only thing we didn't cover was taste but we could have if I made something with cinnamon. (maybe snack for after playtime?) 
After that got old we added water to our table. This made everything fun again. :) Seeing what floats and what sinks. 
Mixing everything up! This lead to us noticing that the cinnamon sticks were making the water change coloring. It went form clear to a reddish. 

So many things to explore. 

Look how pretty it know right before the kids came along :) 
Have a good day thanks for reading!


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