Preschool Discovery: Colors

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Bring your preschooler to the Wollaston Branch to play with and learn about colors this coming Wednesday! We'll be exploring the world of color for our January science evening at Wollaston. Sort colors, see the world through rose (or blue, or yellow) tinted glasses and make wild colored foam!

Colors are an easy science topic to explore right in your own home before and after our program (or if you can't make it in). After all, colors are all around us in the food we eat, the clothes we wear, the sky, the ground and everything else. 

  • Try adding some food coloring to the water when you make ice cubes, then let your child pick two colors to put in a glass of water. What color will the water be when the ice melts?
  • If you're up for a bit of mess, add food coloring to shaving cream for colorful foam fun.
  • Ask your child to find items in your home that match one color. Can you sort the groceries by color?

Join us at the Wollaston Branch on Wednesday, January 14th any time between 6:00 and 7:00 p.m. for some color activities! Ages 2+ welcome, no registration needed! 

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