School Experiment: Surface Tension

Their Thursday school Experiment activity was about Surface Tension. They had a shallow dish of water with a light coating of black pepper, teacher told the kids to pretend that the pepper is the virus. Then with a small drop of dish soap on their finger, they would touch the surface of the pepper water…

Experiment part 2: The Sun is shining but the ice is slippery

This was Lucas trying to explain on video what the experiment was about and what happened to the ice. it took longer than expected because it was drizzling all morning and it was cloudy with a chance of a bit of sun. he then said the sun was sleeping

Experiment: The Ice is Melting

Recently at school, the kids have been doing more experiments but sometimes they don’t have time to do it during class so teacher assigns homework for the kids to do themselves and then they talk about it the next day. Since the art lesson of the day is to mix red and yellow to make…

Let’s see what’s there

Mommy Rej and I have this phrase we use quite often, “Let’s see what’s there” usually when we travel, we like to explore paths and places without being limited to tour guides. One time we got lost in the middle of the night in Dumaguete while moderately drunk. We eventually made it back to hotel…

Daycare Chronicles: Narration

Lucas sometimes talks out loud to himself and his toys especially while drawing or playing in the bath. Today while drawing rain clouds and lightning in school he started narrating: Lucas: I am coloring lightning and you have to be yellow. Then the other one will be red. But you have to remember that you…

Daycare Chronicles: For Science!

Over the weekend, we did some experiments as recommended by Lucas’ teacher. We simulated rainfall and the water cycle. More details here Today, they discussed rain: Teacher: Lucas, I saw the experiments you did with the rain cloud. You took my project and made it even better. I’m so happy. Lucas: Yes! I did Science!