Visualizing the Four Seasons freebie!
The Very Busy First Graders: A 4 Seasons Freebie!
National Geographic has a collection of their nonfiction magazines online for free. There is even a read-aloud option! Perfect for whole group on the smartboard or listening to reading on the computer during stations.
National Geographic Young Explorer (Student Magazine)
Science Stuff: Common Core Science Informational Text Task Cards
"The Solar System Song" by A. J. Jenkins, “The Planet Song”: a funny song by Bryant Oden, and “Family of the Sun” from “Exploring the Planets” exhibition at the National Air and Space Museum until 2006. songs about space, solar system classroom, space science for kids, the solar system for kids, children's planets, space songs for kids, planets for kids, teaching songs videos, science planets
Fun in K/1: What's in the Sky?
This mini-pack includes a few activities to learn about living and non-living. Activities include: ~living nonliving picture sort ~Color the living things in the picture scene ~science experiment using scientific method ~Search for living and nonliving things (with a scientific chart) ~class book classroom, school, grade snippet, teacher notebook, nonliv, minis, scienc, first grade, live
Living and Nonliving Mini Unit
Plant Life Cycle Unit Ideas and Activities
Rain Forest Animals
Life Cycle of a Butterfly Glyph
What the Teacher Wants!: You're the apple of my eye!
All Students Can Shine
Properties of Matter In a unit that involves Earth's forces, this can be a good tool to better understand and investigate changes in the Earth matter unit, units of study, changing states of matter, teaching matter, frozen science, properties of matter, matter science, education and social studies, science unit studies
Toys from Trash
Print these cute and easy to read posters for your solids, liquids, and gases unit. Great for your bulletin boards, science wall, or science folder...