Edible Glass Hearts and Other Lessons About Valentine’s Day
Valentines Day is this coming Sunday. My daughters preschool is having a little celebration on Friday during which little cards will be exchanged. Shes extremely thrilled about Valentines Day as is her little sister. As I write this theyre making Valentines Day cookies (with supervision). Another Valentines Day activity that they might be doing (with guidance) is making edible glass hearts with isomalt crystals..
Valentines Day is this coming Sunday. Shes really excited about Valentines Day as is her little sister. As I compose this theyre making Valentines Day cookies (with supervision).
If youre aiming to work a little Valentines Day themed activity into your intermediate school or high school classes in the next couple of days, here are three good videos to think about viewing.
The following enjoyable video, likewise from Its Okay to Smart, tries to use mathematics to identify the odds of a 25 years of age woman finding love in New York. (Remember, the video is just for enjoyable).
Making edible glass hearts is the subject of the most recent SciShow Kids video. The video begins by discussing how glass is made before moving into an explanation of how sugar, like sand, can be melted. The video then discusses why isomalt is utilized to make edible glass hearts (melting point) and how it can be done at house with the guidance of a parent. Like all SciShow Kids videos the description includes great deals of links to extra resources including this one that has composed instructions..
The following video from Its Okay To Be Smart (produced by PBS Digital Studios) explains why humans kiss, the history of symbols connected with kissing, and some cultural views of kissing. When I saw this video I immediately considered my buddies who teach intermediate school and high school health classes.
Why Do We Love? is a TED-Ed lesson that explores some approaches on why individuals love. The lesson wont offer you with any clear responses, however it will make you think. And isnt that what philosophers want you to do?