I am a senior at the University of Houston Sugarland campus. I am an Education major for EC-6 Generalist.
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Tue, Apr 18, 2017 8:25 PM in Websites to use
Discovery is really good and Flocabulary! You can find lots of fun science on these sites. Even brain pop has some cute videos. Flocabulary is my favorite though because it is songs that people sing and they go over content subjects areas.
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Tue, Apr 18, 2017 8:23 PM in Kindergarten Science Lesson
An easy activity would be to get real-life plants (small) and let the kids explore by recognizing the parts of the plant! This would definitely be a 20 minute lesson that you could show the kids. It doesn't even have to be in depth but simply letting them see a visual and explore maybe even take them outside to do this. Good Luck it will be great!
Tue, Apr 18, 2017 8:20 PM in Engagement
I would say the most interesting thing to do is keep it fun! Always go for hands on because that is how kids will learn. Take it outside or have the kids work together, or show videos, images, talk about experiences, or even act it out! There are so many creative ideas to do depending on the content and safety.
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