Little scientists love using Pipette Pasteur to experiment, explore and observe what happens when one or two drops of a substance is mixed with another substance. The younger Child uses this product to improve their fine motor muscle skills. The older Child uses this material in science experiments. The finger movements and fine motor muscle controls are similar to using the dropper, but there is difference.
- made from plastic, with a bulb at the top, to hold the liquid
- the pipette Pasteur has calibrations
- used in scientific experiments
- transparent, pliable plastic
- the pipette is 16 cm / (6″) long
“Maria Montessori was our first scientist in the classroom. Our legacy as practitioners of Montessori education is not the legacy of an educator: it is the legacy of a scientist and she remained first and foremost a scientist until the end.” The Scientist in the Classroom: The Montessori Teacher as Scientist by Ginni Sackett, Pg 7