We are not bored with the rain anymore!

It was quite rainy day in Zabrze. Dwarfs really wanted to go outside and were eagerly waiting for the sun.

Preschoolers were observing weather by the window and because nothing has changed they started to think: Why actually it is raining? Why are clouds so dark?

Children and teachers wanted to find some answers to these questions. At first they made experiment introducing formation of rain.

The next step was making picture story „How is it raining?” with creative materials.

The pictures were just amazing!

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Reported by: Dwarfs


Our world is full of water

Did you know that 3 parts out of 4 in our world is water? That is what we discovered with a beautiful tale about The Earth.

Five continents surrounded by water … Where can we find it? What is important for? How can we use it? We tried to answer these questions and we also talked about the water cycle…

Finally we made this art… Isn´t it nice? Enjoy it!

How to present water?

Children from “Zuchy” group were asked: How can we present water to others? Is this possible? The answer was fast and clear: YES. We can draw it!
Look what children did with teachers drawings on the black wall!

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They had a great fun becoming “water actors”!
Reported by: Zuchy

“Zuchy” are discovering the topic of water

Last days the group of 5-6 year-olds called “Zuchy” started their discovery in a topic of WATER. They made a brainstorming session about the water itself, places where we can find it and its purpose.

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That was indeed quite “stormy” brainstorming session;) In one of kids` statements it was said that our Planet Earth consists of lots of water, that is why  Earth is seen in green and brown colours from Space.

The first thing children wanted to do within this water project (which is the FIRST eTwinning project in this group) was… Planet Earth! Children used salt, flour and water (exactly the same amount of each substance), added some food pigments, made a paste of that and painted a paper shape of Earth. Then, they put their work into microwave to get… amazing shapes and texture.

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Reported by: Zuchy