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Disciplinary Core Ideas
Type Journal ArticlePub Date 3/1/2019Stock # sc19_056_07_69Volume 056Issue 07
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I thought that this journal was a great way to explain forces to students of all grades. It did a great job explaining how to implement forces into younger grades, like Kindergarten. This jo... See More
I thought that this journal was a great way to explain forces to students of all grades. It did a great job explaining how to implement forces into younger grades, like Kindergarten. This journal gave examples on how to implement ideas of force into the classroom for students. The journal gave a good amount of ideas on what to do with the students in the classroom. It gave many different ideas of the different forces. Some ideas included using magnets, apples, rubber bands, to name a few.
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