PreK Tests

With spring arriving and summer just around the corner, our PK students recently explored how to protect themselves and their animals from sun exposure. They first created animals out of pipe cleaners, adding ultraviolet-sensitive beads to measure their exposure to ultraviolet rays that are present in sunlight and light from various artificial sources. They then built houses designed to protect the animals from the sun. Once they were finished building, they took the animals and homes outside letting the UV beads change color in the sun. Once the color changed, they then put their animals in the shelter to see if the beads changed back to clear -- proving that their shelters worked! Great job kiddos!