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$ Are you prepared for the new Kindergarten science standards on Force and Motion? This bundle includes nine activities that will make teaching this new topic a breeze for you and fun for the kids!

Chalk Talk blog: Free resources for teaching about magnets, including a lesson plan and unit plans! The blog post provides a link to the Stick to It! activity from Kelly's Kindergarten "Science Center Activities" page (www.kellyskinderg...). Go to the section on Magnets.

Living and Nonliving Sort Freebie. This cute little sort can be used whole group or in small group to sort pictures of living things and non living things. Black and white and color included.

Fraboom Children's Museum .....This site is amazing! It is filled with science games and videos, and even has an online classroom! My favorite is 24-hour access to funny cartoons that make your brain bigger!

Kindergarten Rocks!: Let the discovery center bring science to your classroom!

How To Make Princess Putty! Cute idea!

Magnetic bottle maze: fine and perceptual motor.

Science experiments for kids using Kool-Aid

fun science lesson . . . rainbow carnations

Water and landform anchor chart

homeschool baseball card sleeve for growing seeds... this way students can see the seeds sprouting!

Science experiment: Watch as the blue and yellow water travel up the paper towel and makes it's way into the empty cup making green water. Neat!

Teaching density! Shake it up and watch it separate again!

Weather Reporter Hat, microphone, and report. Great for encouraging oral language development and science!