Our science lesson for today is making a pan flute.
Children were excited when they took out their materials.
While making a pan flute, children worked together with their parents to paste the flute according to the size. They can arrange from long straw to short straw.
After making the pan flute, they blew and figured out the high and low pitch sounds.
Some children are even busy investigating how the pan flute is used. They even imagined that pan flute was a gun. Until they finally found out that it was a pan flute but not a gun.
I love the way that children learn; they learn to see, touch and investigate new things. Once they can find out the usage of the tools, they feel excited.
“We should not teach children the science but give them a taste for them.”
*Jean Jacques Rosseau*