EYFS Under the Sea Science Experiments Resource Pack

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A selection of fun science experiments suitable for use in the early years - all linked to the theme of Under the Sea. The children can explore how salt affects floating and why ice floats. Each experiment contains details of what you will need, along with step-by-step instructions on how to carry it out. They also have prompt cards to promote discussion and exploration.


    EYFS Under the Sea Science Experiments Resource Pack contains:
    • Extended Prompt Card []
    • Extended Prompt Card Editable [DOC]
    • Extendedt Prompt Card [PDF]
    • Science Experiment [PDF]
    • Extended Prompt Card []
    • Extended Prompt Card Editable [DOC]
    • Extended Prompt Card [PDF]
    • Science Experiment [PDF]
    • Extended Prompt Card []
    • Extended Prompt Card Editable [DOC]
    • Extended Prompt Card [PDF]
    • Science Experiment [PDF]
    • Extended Prompt Card []
    • Extended Prompt Card Editable [DOC]
    • Extended Prompt Card [PDF]
    • Science Experiment [PDF]

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