Recommend stuff around the house is a fun and easy science activity for kids. It is ideal for Saturdays or when you want to spend some quality, stress free time with your child. These simple measurements games are flexible enough to grow with the development of skills of the child
Here is everything you need to start :.
-Paper and pencil
The Alphabet Game
Here how to play this game measure …
Hunt for three things around the house that start with the letter A. Measure each item and connect measurement on a piece of paper. ( Tip :. Traffic in the next inch )
Now the hunt for three things around the house that start with the letter B. measure each item and records the measurement on a piece of paper.
Next hunt for three things around the house that start with the letter C. measure each item and records the measurement on paper.
Now put a tick next to the largest share. Put a circle next to them at
( Advanced , how many of the smallest would it take to equal the length of the longest entry).
1/2 sandwich and soup Cup Please
Here’s how play this measurement game. ..
measure the length of the couch. Log result on paper. Now find something around the house that is about half the length of the sofa – for example, the width of your dining table. Measure it, then log the result on paper. Now find something that is about half the width of the dining table – for example, a picture on the wall. Measure it, then log the result on paper. Now find something half width of the image on the wall – for example: your toaster. Measure it, then log the results. Now find something half the width of a toaster – example: half a sandwich. Measure it, then log the results. Keep playing until you find something that is about one inch long – peanut example. Log result on paper
( Advanced … To keep track of how long it took to complete the activity Compare the result each new time you complete this task What is the trend?)
Here’s how to play this game. ..
In this game, you start by measuring a child’s nose. If you measure the width, it should come out to about one inch. Log results. (Your child will love to see something like ‘nose Claire 1 inch “in the table). Now find something about double the length – for example, strawberries. Measuring and logging the results. Now find something about twice the length of strawberries. Recommend it and log the results. Continue until you run out of things to measure
( Advanced : .. Measure the length of your house use these images as a guide to assess the distance mailbox, the nearest park or grocery store).
Measuring it goes hand in hand with fundamental science. These activities are basic exposure measurement procedure, and can be played again and again. As your child becomes more savvy to the test substance, work to precise measurements reduced to the nearest 1/2 inch, and ultimately to the nearest 1/4 or 1/8 inch. A good way to participate in even more precise measurements to measure currency or book ends next 1/16 of inch Be sure to record the results. Have fun!