Posted in All Kid Activities, Life Schooling

Rice Scooping

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Caleb scooping the rice into the bottle using the funnel.

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He wanted to use a spoon so I switched out the ladle for a spoon.
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This activity quickly evolved into scooping water.
I made him sit in his booster chair.
Even with the tray,  I didn’t want the water to spill on the dining chairs.
There’s no such thing as too careful with kids around 🙂

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Caleb: Mommy take a picture.
Okay…I don’t know why he wanted to pose like this.
The thinker??? LOL!

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Our scooping activity finally ended up as a blowing bubble activity when Caleb requested to blow bubbles.
I think the colored water in a bowl reminded him of our bubble painting activity.

 

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Posted in All Kid Activities, Life Schooling

Scooping

Fresh coconut juice for lunch?
Use whats left over for a scooping activity!
If you don’t have coconuts, any kind of small bowl can be used.

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I scraped what was left over from the coconut meat and filled one coconut with water. I used food coloring to color the water green (I let Caleb choose of course!). Then, Caleb used a small soup ladle to scoop the water from one coconut to the other.

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Don’t forget to put the coconuts on a tray for easier clean up! There will be a lot of spills!

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