20+ Ways to Play and Learn with Shadows | Science Projects

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Akanksha (19 months) loves to play with his shadow. It’s her latest obsession. She will chase it across the lawn or along the wall and walk slowly backwards and spin in circles, trying to figure out how that patch of darkness keeps following her. It’s highly entertaining – who needs TV?  Are you ready to watch some super cuteness (Ok, I may be biased…)? Here’s a little Pyjama clad Akanksha chasing her shadow before bed time.

Easy and Simple Ways to Play and Learn with Shadows

Silhouette and shadow play (Just for Daisy)

Halloween shadow puppets with free printable (One Perfect Day)

Shadow drawings (Creative Play Central)

Create your own shadow puppets (Creative Play Central)

Build your own puppet theatre (Inner Child Fun)

Explore reflections and shadows using old CDs (Mid Pacific Institute)

More free printable Halloween puppets (Chez Beeper Bebe)

Drawing and writing with shadow and light (Teach Preschool)

Cereal box shadow theatre (Minieco)

Create and play with a shadow screen (Reggio Kids)

Building and tracing shadows (How We Learn)

Investigate shadows and light: are shadows always black? (Reggio Kids)

Explore light and shadow with an overhead projector (Racheous Loveable Learning)

Shadow bath play (The Outlaw Mom)

How to create coloured shadows (Inner Child Learning)

Make a shadow sundial (Create with Your Hands)

Moving shadows (Reggio Kids)

Make a shadow book (Small Types)

Step-by-step sundial instructions (How Stuff Works)

Interactive online game for playing with shadows (Science Kids NZ)

More shadow puppet ideas (Where Imagination Grows)

Chalk shadows on a trampoline (Learning to Play and Playing to Learn)

Make your own over head project for light play (Instructables)

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