My husband helped my son with an experiment called “Elephant Toothpaste”. He had the lab coat, the goggles and all the experimental goodies because of a teacher my husband knows, she was very kind to provide all of it. They videotaped the experiment for Spencer’s science class. They were able to observe some different reactions.
When parents work with their children they are learning more than science. They learn that they are important to that parent because they invest their time, effort and presence. Our children don’t realize they learn from every time we are there for them and every time we are absent. Our children are learning every day how much we love them through our actions.
What are your actions telling your children?
Copyright 2014 Lori Hadorn-Disselkamp