EYFS Paper Fireworks Display Science Experiment and Prompt Card Pack

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A lovely science experiment suitable for use in the early years! Explore what happens as paper firework pictures are dropped into water. It contains details of what you will need, along with step-by-step instructions on how to carry it out. There is also a prompt card to promote discussion and exploration.

    EYFS Paper Fireworks Display Science Experiment and Prompt Card Pack contains:
    • Prompt Card/Science Experiment Editable Prompt Card.doc
    • Prompt Card/Science Experiment Prompt Card.pdf
    • Science Experiment.pdf

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