Science Day for preschoolers

Siyena Naicker demonstrates how primary colours could be used to make secondary colours.

Junior College Preschool in Sandton recently had its annual Science Day for the Grade 0 class. The little scientists had to prepare a science experiment to present in front of their classmates.

The schoolchildren gain various skills such as confidence by taking part in the annual science days. Tabitha Cairns, principal of Junior College Preschool Sandton said she can see an improvement in every child’s confidence level each year.

The schoolchildren were required to present their science experiment by themselves to their classmates, teacher and the Grade 00 class. The class waited in anticipation to see what experiment the next crazy scientist would present.

Esihle Nene shows the class how to make bubbles with baking soda and vinegar.

Esihle Nene showed the class how to make bubbles with baking soda and vinegar and Siyena Naicker demonstrated how primary colours could be used to make secondary colours.  Cynthia Innes Grade 0 teacher said it was another successful Science Day.

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What experiments did your child do for the science day? Share your stories with us on the Sandton Chronicle Facebook page. 

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