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Here's a board game for students to practice identifying states of matter.

Everything Matters Game

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phases of the moon

Teaching in Bronco Country: Space

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As a Matter of Fact {New Unit!!!} Interesting. I did this with my 5th graders but for a writing activity, this would be cute for lil kids Science--and tasty.

2nd Grade Shenanigans: As a Matter of Fact {New Unit!!!}

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The life cycle of a Monarch butterfly as told from the perspective of the butterfly. Appropriate for students in early elementary school.

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I remember when they asked me what I wanted to be in the future...I said I wanted to be a nature helper. What is that supposed to mean? Anyways, I am now going to attend my first year of University and we'll see where it goes from there.

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Take your students on a nature walk to observe signs of spring. Have them record their findings using adjectives & then write about it.

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Great video for teaching phases of the moon! 2nd grade standard

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Tissue Kite fun for Spring - make with craft foam, ribbon, sticky backed plastic and small pieces of tissue

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My weather book: This could be a take home journal that students take home once a week to write and draw about the weather outside. The students would be able to get writing practice and be able to identify seasons and weather at the same time.

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a post ALL about fun things to do while learning about clouds!

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Anchor Chart explaining types of clouds, site also has a fun cloud craft to show which clouds are high in the sky and which are low! There are lots of hands on activities to really drive this home and have fun!

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Solar System: Rotating and Revolving Teaching Special Thinkers. I would use this to teach the difference between the planets rotating and revolving. After this, I could work my way into the stars and different constellations.

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Introduce a weather unit by making a chart of all of the weather words students can think of!

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you tube video How lightning forms- for weather unit, lightning topic

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Exploring 3 different ways to do weather science in a jar. Fun for all ages.

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Spring Weather Science Experiment for Kids and Preschool Lesson Plan

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Making butter by hand - the children will love to make it!

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MAD SCIENTIST WEEK - I love this site bc it explains the science behind each project

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Weather Activities for Kids....fun science experiments to help kids learn about the weather

Learning About Weather Science Experiments

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Matter lessons! Learning about solids, liquids, and gas.

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2nd Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Water Cycle and Clouds Anchor Charts.

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Cloud Types Interactive E-Books and Games for Smart Notebook BUNDLE $

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On a tray, place a pile of baking soda. Mix vinegar + a few drops of food coloring in a cup. Give the kids an eyedropper. Have them fill it with vinegar, squeeze onto the baking soda and watch mini volcanoes erupt! USE THIS FOR planets that have active volcanos!

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this is much better than what i did with clouds. Good idea for teaching types of clouds in the weather unit. 2nd grade weather week

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Tornado in a jar... Did this in class with the preschoolers ! They loved it

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