It is universally acknowledged that children attain their knowledge by seeing the natural world around them. The gradual transition from ‘seeing’ to ‘scientifically observing’ the world is what sets the young minds on the path to discovery and self-exploration. In a bid to foster the observational skills of the budding scholars of class Prep, an experiment probing the properties of air was conducted under the able guidance of the mentors. Employing the deduction method, the students were encouraged to record their observations after conducting the experiment to cement their learning concepts. The fun-filled collaborative learning environment induced the children to develop a scientific temperament and know more about the world they live in.