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Sun, Nov 26, 2017 4:46 PM in What Children's Books Do You Use in Science Istruction?
Hello! I'm currently working on my education degree and have recently experienced how beneficial it is to use literacy books to teach science content. During my recent field experience in the classroom, I learned from the teacher how beneficial it is for the students. It provides them with a great opportunity to be engaged in the reading and connected to learning about science. This teacher had us...
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Sun, Nov 26, 2017 4:26 PM in The Water Cycle Lesson Plan
Hello! I'm elementary education major and I recently worked on a water cycle lesson plan with a group of classmates. Not sure if you've already searched youtube, if you haven't you might want to give a shot. There are some choices for you to look at. GoNoodle actually has a song that is fun for the kids.
I also saw on Pinterest once a nice activ...
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Changes In Environment Collection
Sun, Nov 26, 2017 3:33 PM
You have created an amazing and cohesive collection. In this collection, you have resources that are useful for the educator's development and the students development as well. The combination of material works well together and creates a cohesive transition from one to the other.
The Clean It Up! article is a great tool to implement in the classrooms with the students. This inquiry lesson provides details and step by step what should be done with the students. It is a great resource to recycle and personalize or use it as it is. The activity provides an interesting and fun experience to the students and they are learning about properties of matter and separating mixtures.
The Coral Reef Ecosystem and the Resources and Human Impact science objects are both great tools as an educator to be informed and learn new content to share with your students. It is a great professional development tool.
The Plants and Pollution is also a great activity reference to implement with students in the classroom. It is a fun way for students to learn about human impact on the environment. A good way to also develop investigational skills. As well as the Water filtration activity. To have students create and test their own Walter filters is an amazing teaching opportunity. Students tend to learn more when they are involved in the entire process.
The Understanding Human Impact document is a fantastic resource to keep for future reference. This file provides a weeks worth of lessons that provide the teacher with details and ideas as to what should be covered each day.
Your collection is very instructional!
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