age group with limited space in the preschool

Science is an activity that fosters all areas of child development, but many of us are limited in space in the classroom or having to share the space, which limits what can be left in our classrooms every day.
However, we know that this is important! Science is not infinite storage concepts, technologies, discoveries, etc. Science is for preschoolers, learning and understanding the world around them significantly.
Scientific knowledge is enormous and could not all the time teaching a kindergarten child graduates from high school.

As early childhood educators, we have a tremendous opportunity every day to provide an environment in which children can explore the world around them. Our role is to foster research and observation through activities that can be practiced cause and effect. But how we do it in the space we call the class at home?
Many preschool classes have what is known as centers of learning interest. These are areas such as Block area, dramatic play area and so on. A Science Discovery Center or interest is very popular in most classrooms. However, the Science Center is usually the first discontinued due to lack of space planning.
Do not let space limitations Stop! Science is fun, but what if you do not have enough physical space in the classroom to spend on a home science? Do not give up - you only need a box and a table!
Plan for science - both the open informal activities where children freely explore the materials you have for them and formal activities where perhaps there experience with small groups.
Once you have planned your activity or activities of the week, take a plastic bucket with a small or medium roof.
Gather the materials you need for your science and puts them in the trash.
Place the container or trash materials on a table or other surface in your class.
At the end of the morning or day, just place the items in the tank for the next day!
This is how you set up a science center with limited space. Of course, this is not permanent, but you will have great activities taking place and not have to "give up" science simply for lack of space.
Therefore, even with limited space, scientists continue planning activities for students using both traditional and non-traditional themes!