Let's Think About... Change

Students observe various examples of "change." They mix paint to cereate new colors, eat bread and then toasted bread, and match baby pictures with pictures of how the same people look in the present. Finally, they watch a bouquet of flowers as it wilts and changes over a period of time.

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