Can the plant find its way to the light?
Shoe-box Maze Experiment
TEK 5.6C (RS) Demonstrate that light travels in a straight line until it strikes an object or travels through one medium to another and demonstrate that light can be reflected such as the use of mirrors or other shiny surfaces and refracted such as the appearance of an object when observed through water
Fun way to show properties of light!
Cute visual for food chains.
E is for Explore!: Food Chain Stacking Cups
FREE 7 Virtual Field Trips Every Teacher Ought to Know About~ Inside the White House, the Smithsonian, and lots more great "trips!"
7 Virtual Field Trips Every Teacher Ought to Know About
Free Constitution Day Printables
Leaf Rubbing Freebie - This is an activity that is part of my plant unit. It focuses on the leaf part of a plant. The kiddos go outside and find a leaf, then come back in and use the sheet to make a rubbing and share more information about their leaf.
This site is an animation explaining why the moon has its different phases. Great visual for the students to use. This site is an animation explaining why the moon has its different phases. Great visual for the students to use. This site is an animation explaining why the moon has its different phases. Great visual for the students to use. solar system
FREE! This American Symbols booklet visually reinforces the vocabulary we are learning in our social studies unit on America.
7 Continents Song - A great way to introduce a new part of the world!
SCIENCE Vocabulary and Graphic Organizers - Student Aid: Provide students with information that is large and always present. The more times that a student is shown information, the more likely the retention. Students can see posters like this everyday and learn from them without even realizing it. Daydreamers learn while not even noticing :) (Grades K - 12) Found on Pinterest.
Write Like a Scientist anchor chart
Teaching the Digestive system
Nesting boxes to show the concept of where we live from the entire universe to the specific town
Homemade Flubber - 3/4 cup cold water, 1 cup Elmer’s glue, liquid food coloring, 1/2 cup hot water, 1 teaspoon borax. Directions: In bowl 1 – mix together the cold water, glue, and food coloring. Set aside. In bowl 2 – mix together the hot water and borax, until the borax is completely dissolved. Slowly add glue mixture to borax mixture. Mix well. Pour off excess water.
FLUBER!!!! Omg got to make this!!!!
Teaching the different types of clouds!