Michael Worrad

Michael Worrad

Michael Worrad
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Gone Fishing - DIY fishing game for kids. I would use magnets for this.

Fish Oh I remember this game. Yes, how lovely making a fabric set and putting some magnets inside. Gone Fishing - DIY fishing game for kids.

30+ Fun Ways To Repurpose Cardboard For Kids---Build a Cardboard Box Marble Labyrinth

How to Make a Cardboard Box Marble Labyrinth Game - Frugal Fun For Boys Engineering STEM activity for kids - Build a cardboard box marble labyrinth! Get the marble through the course without it dropping into the holes.

Turn a Cardboard Box into an Epic Marble Run - Great engineering challenge for kids.  Fun group activity to see what each group comes up with!

Use cardboard, craft sticks, and hot glue to create an epic marble run! The marbles land in paper cups at the bottom of the track. This is a fantastic engineering challenge for kids. How should we position the sticks? Which path will the marbles take? How

Engineering for Kids:  Build a Changeable Pegboard Marble Run

Engineering for Kids: Build a Changeable Pegboard Marble Run. This is a great STEM project because kids can build it themselves, and it's easy to move the pieces around!

Water wall in early years

Maybe pipes like this could be fixed for cars/balls instead of water?

Water wall. I like the lattice, would be easy to attach he bottle and bits to.

Water wall at Fazeley Pre-school Más

Recycle empty plastic bottles for water play

This looks like one of the easiest water walls I've seen. Fun with water, great recycled plastic bottle project.

A great water activity board - how fun is this??  Easy enough to make too!

More things to add magnets to. Water play A great water activity board - maybe someone's talented parent or grandparent could make one for your centre?

Water wall

outside water wall from pre-school play

Placing a board up with different containers and let the children get a feel for how things flow through them.

Placing a board up with different containers and let the children play like a water table, but not on a plain flat surface. A water table is also great for using their creativity and imagination to make the water flow downwards.