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Tue, Apr 21, 2020 3:16 PM in Experiments with younger Elementary
A few years ago I was placed in a PreK classroom. While I was there, we implemented a really fun and interactive experiment investigating density. We had a large tub filled with water and we collected a few items we didn't mind getting wet such as an empy Easter egg, a wooden toy block, and a rubber duck. We called the experiement Float or Sink. In small groups we would give students two obje...
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Tue, Apr 21, 2020 3:06 PM in Outdoor Activities
For our youngest learners a weather walk would be a fun, interactive activity. Students could go out at the same time everyday to observe the sky, the clouds, and the temperature. Then once returning back to the classroom, you could conduct a classroom discussion about their observations. On large chart paper you could classify and record the weather patterns each day and begin to chart or graph ...
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