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The sand table and the water table can be two of the most popular areas of the classroom for young children. Both of these centers allow children to learn with hands-on materials and take in new information through their senses. These sensory experiences can assist some children with calming down their bodies. The sand and water centers are introductions to higher-level thinking concepts like volume. The water table introduces children to early physics concepts like motion and flowing water. Children have the opportunity to make predictions. Sand and water areas introduce discussions about living and non-living items. The sand and water areas are wonderful environments to create conversations. Since so many children want to play in these areas of the classroom, children must learn how to take turns and share the classroom materials. Children focus on the process of playing with the sand and water instead of trying to create and end product.

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The sand table and the water table can be two of the most popular areas of the classroom for young children. Both of these centers allow children to learn with hands-on materials and take in new information through their senses. These sensory experiences can assist some children with calming down their bodies. The sand and water centers are introductions to higher-level thinking concepts like volume. The water table introduces children to early physics concepts like motion and flowing water. Children have the opportunity to make predictions. Sand and water areas introduce discussions about living and non-living items. The sand and water areas are wonderful environments to create conversations. Since so many children want to play in these areas of the classroom, children must learn how to take turns and share the classroom materials. Children focus on the process of playing with the sand and water instead of trying to create and end product.

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