This collection is a great starting point for elementary school teachers who wish to teach about erosion/weathering. There are informational sources as well as lesson/activity ideas.
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This is a collection that I would use to teach students about nutrition so that they can not only develop healthy habits, but also learn the science behind some nutrition issues.
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Wed, Apr 09, 2014 5:29 PM in Classroom Management
I agree that routines are essential!
Students need to know what to expect, what is expected of them, and what will happen when those expectations are not met. This leaves less room for error, which is especially important in a science classroom where safety can be a major concern.
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Wed, Apr 09, 2014 5:23 PM in moon phases
I like the Oreo and shaving cream ideas!
I like to incorporate art in any ways I can so students can use their creativity. Students could use washable paints to make their own moon phase charts, then display them for others to see!
You could also assign them certain days of the month to take a picture of the moon, then create a "scrapbook" with the whole cycle for the month.
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Astronomy in Elementary Collection
Wed, Apr 09, 2014 5:38 PM Great astronomy collection
This is a great resource for an elementary teacher who would like to teach a unit related to astronomy. It will help get you started on becoming educated and getting ideas. The Science Objects that are included will help refresh your memory about the solar system, and several articles provide great ideas you can use in your unit (such as "The Sun Tower").
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