Display some of the drawings of water drops children made earlier and review their observations on the “Our Ideas About Water” chart. Have a cup of water and an eyedropper handy. Ask:
- What’s different about the way water squirts out of the eyedropper and the way water pours out of a cup? Ask children to describe the differences in how the water flows from each container.
- Do you remember how the children in the video made water drops? (With a watering can.) We made them with an eyedropper. Can you think of some other ways we might also make drops? How could we make drops using our hands?
- Does an eyedropper remind you of another tool we used? Which one? How is a baster similar to an eyedropper? How is it different?