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Learning About Landforms: Lots of ideas for teaching and writing about landforms.

Learning About Landforms - Around the Kampfire

Help your primary grade students explore, learn, and write about landforms. See our hands-on landforms activities plus our culminating writing project!

Have your kids ever asked you "How are mountains made?" Find out with this fun and YUMMY Science Experiment for Kids!

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Have your kids ever asked you "How are mountains made?" Find out with this fun and YUMMY Science Experiment for Kids!

The Science Life: Bulletin Boards Galore!

Bulletin Boards Galore!

I finished the three main bulletin boards that are in my classroom over the weekend! I am so happy with the way they turned out. My first ...

Catapults for Force and Motion.   - Repinned by Totetude.com

Science Gal

Imagine sitting over coffee with a colleague discussing the latest trends in science education....that's what Science Gal is all about...

Simple Machines

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What do scientist do? Great anchor chart idea.

Visual Lesson Plans & New Fluency Pack! - Miss DeCarbo

Happy Sunday! I hope you had a fabulous weekend! I spent my weekend hanging out with my husband and decorating our house for Halloween! My house is now filled with white pumpkins and purple mums – ahhhh! 🙂 Tonight I have visual lesson plans for you, some pictures from last week’s learning activities, and a […]

Simple Machines

Simple Machines: Hunting for facts

Well, I have to confess, I am actually pretty grateful that this past school week was only 3 days long. I’m not sure I could have handled a whole week. I am looking forward to a normal week next week […]

Little Miss Hypothesis - Lessons from the Science Lab: Force and Motion!

Force and Motion!

Hello Science Friends, It has been a busy week of investigating fun. We have been able to get outside and explore and investigate w...

Push and Pull anchor chart for first grade balance and motion unit

Five for Friday

Hello again! Today I am linking up with tons of great teacher bloggers for Five for Friday. I may be a day late, but hey, no judgements right? We just finished up week 5 and you know what that means- back to school germs are full swing. It amazes me every year how many gallons of hand sanitizer and cases of tissues we seem to go through in just a few short weeks. Now that my turn with with germs is done, I can finally see straight long enough to share about our week :) We began Monday with…

simple machines

Simple Machines

We flew through our Simple Machines Unit but here are some highlights. I know some who are getting ready to start on this now. This post is ...

StudyJams! Force and Motion    Many different activities!!!

Force and Motion: 6 StudyJams! Interactive Science Activities | Scholastic

Students will explore simple machines, gravity and inertia, acceleration, and more with these StudyJams! activities.

Magic School Bus Plays Ball---my students loved this one!  Focuses on forces, friction, push, pull, motion

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Rocks for Kids - 15 Fun Activities and Ideas {all free} More

Rocks for Kids – 15 Fun Activities and Ideas

Teaching rocks for kids can be fun, interactive and even yummy with these creative ideas. These 15 activities and ideas are perfect for teaching science about rocks that includes the rock cycle, the types of rocks and more! You'll even love how these ideas integrate food {yum!}, creativity and songs to meet all learners. Rocks for Kids 1. Rock Formations Worksheet - Students can take what they know about rocks and use them creatively to create rock formations. This is a more artistic way to…

Objective: Children will investigate different forces, push versus pull, by thinking about how they can make an object move.  Objective: Us...

Push and Pull

Push and Pull Introduction to physics: Children are exploring how things move in the world around them. They will investigate how they can change the speed and direction of objects by exerting more or less strength. Objective: Children will investigate different forces, push versus pull, by thinking about how they can make an object move. Objective: Using soda bottles and a ball, children will discover that when objects collide they push on one another and can change motion. Objective…