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A pyramid diorama about the three types of rocks Could be used for any type of information Instructions on blog page

Burning a Candle for a specific intentin

Mad Bubble Scientist: Everyday Ingredients, Amazing Results!

What happens when you put Indian corn in a pan of water?

Received this great science example from one of my colleagues, Donna Coon, hosting a Thinking Maps TOT in Cary, NC. Here you visibly see the cycle including a great Frame of Reference.

Getting sick of using water as your one and only example of matter changing phase? Check out this video. It uses glass, chocolate, and a few other items as examples. {Made by the Columbus Museum of Art}

101 Websites for Science Teachers

APA Format Image, great for quick reference. Where was THIS when I was writing 56 thousand APA papers!? LOL!

Newton's First: with raw eggs. (Seems to good to be true.) -ok, this is cool! Our family just tried it. I wish I had, had a camera for my husband's face when I knocked the pie pan! lol The kids think this is SO cool!

SCIENCE OF EVERYDAY LIFE - 3M has partnered with Discovery Education to bring this resource in the hands of K - 12. There are interactive videos & labs and inquiry-based lessons aligned to national standards by grade level. The idea is to help kids relate to the science they experience everyday and understand it better.

The Science of Sound - exploring Vibrations

Link takes you to a selection of read alouds from National Geographic student issues.

Visualizing Photosynthesis this is pretty awesome!

this site has lots of experiment ideas/ science... KIDS WILL LOVE THIS

Science activities by grade level...sun book