We explore how light is reflected in a Teleidoscope to create interesting shapes and patterns! Building the Teleidoscope challenges spatial abilities and fine motor skills. The open-ended nature of the Teleidoscope encourages children to be curious and explore their environment from a new perspective.
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Wordless Book Illustrated by Priya Kuriyan
Ammachi can’t find her glasses one morning and everything goes topsy-turvy! Page after page spills with drama, humour, detail and local flavour as Priya Kuriyan spins a hilarious tale about a crazy day with unforgettable Ammachi — “the archetypal grandmother from memories of my own childhood in Kerala,” as Priya says. The celebrated illustrator is at her best in this her first wordless picture book.
We explore the sense of sight with this open-ended STEM activity to build a Teleidoscope - which is an open-ended Kaleidoscope.
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