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Hop on board for another Tuesday on the STEAM train!

Sensory Development is very important for your little ones. Try this spaghetti kitchen sensory bin idea from the Children’s Discovery Museum in Illinois! Fill your bin with yellow yarn to represent the spaghetti and add in kitchen props like spoons, cans, plastic bowls, and spatulas. Let your child’s imagination run wild as they explore the wonders of the bin!

Put on your creativity hat and grab all your old dried out markers that you have laying around the house and get making your very own watercolour paints! Join the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh for this fun marker recycling activity.

Do you want to find out how you can blow up a balloon without using your mouth? Check out this experiment courtesy of the Children’s Museum of Sonoma County. Using items that are easily found around your home, discover the science behind blowing up a balloon.

Stay tuned for more resources to help spark kids’ creative learning!

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