Living vs. Nonliving Sort (to use before introducing fall plants and pumpkin life cycle)

Living vs. Nonliving Sort

Living vs. Nonliving Sort (to use before introducing fall plants and pumpkin life cycle)

Fabulous Five Senses Picture Sort {Science for Kindergarten and First Grade.} Cut and Paste. $

Fabulous Five Senses Picture Sort {Science for Kindergarten and First Grade}

Fabulous Five Senses Picture Sort {Science for Kindergarten and First Grade.} Cut and Paste. $

Great book for teaching nutrition which I plan to start next week. This is just what I was looking for! Love it!  I tie nutrition in with senses

Great book for teaching nutrition which I plan to start next week. This is just what I was looking for! Love it! I tie nutrition in with senses

The perfect way to spend the afternoon with the young scientists in your life... Backyard Science: The Colors of Nature (video activity + printable)

The perfect way to spend the afternoon with the young scientists in your life... Backyard Science: The Colors of Nature (video activity + printable)

Stones patterns, take pictures of the patterns children make and display them as inspiration for future patterns as well as providing the kids a chance to celebrate their art and reflect on their creative experiences

Stones patterns, take pictures of the patterns children make and display them as inspiration for future patterns as well as providing the kids a chance to celebrate their art and reflect on their creative experiences

start seeds in ice cream cones and plant in to ground....how clever, biodegradable

start seeds in ice cream cones and plant in to ground....how clever, biodegradable

Sand and Cornstarch Dinosaur Fossils

Sand and Cornstarch Dinosaur Fossils

A lesson in handwashing.    The Hand Washing Lesson  My K-2 students absolutely loved this. The lesson uses lotion-covered hands and glitter to illustrate how germs spread. I placed glitter on one student’s hand and had the student shake hands, high five, and share a pencil with other students, and watching their reactions when they then had glitter (germs) on their hands was great! They then took turns washing their hands, learning just how much effort you should always

A lesson in handwashing. The Hand Washing Lesson My K-2 students absolutely loved this. The lesson uses lotion-covered hands and glitter to illustrate how germs spread. I placed glitter on one student’s hand and had the student shake hands, high five, and share a pencil with other students, and watching their reactions when they then had glitter (germs) on their hands was great! They then took turns washing their hands, learning just how much effort you should always

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