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Build your own anemometer for measuring wind speed.

My Seven Continents Book - This is a student book created for classroom or homeschool use when studying the seven continents. It includes a cover page, a label by number student map, and pages picturing an outline of each of the seven continents where students are asked to label the continent and write three facts about it. $ #continents #socialstudies

Building an Eco-Column Grow plants and watch animals thrive in a mini ecosystem! The eco-column demonstrates how the natural filtering system works in an ecosystem, life science experiment. Visit bottle biology for a list of plants, animals, and activities for your mini ecosystem.

E is for Explore!: ecosystem

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Third Grade Science-Heat Energy Hot and Cold Water Molecules

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Candy Science Test Prep Review {After School Tutoring} — The Science Penguin

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Detective Science Experiments for Kids thumbnail. Do this as a scientific method experiment. Help students graph results.

Detective Science Experiments for Kids | eHow

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A super cool science activity for kids! (Observe a chemical reaction by making a baggie explode!)~ Buggy and Buddy

Getting Started With STEM- TONS of great ideas linked with freebies!

Can you build a boat that will float and hold weight? GREAT STEM activity!

STEM Engineering Challenge: Building Boats

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100 Super-Fun STEM Resources for Kids | RaisingLifelongLe... STEM activities, books, toys, games, experiments, and explorations for kids of all ages.

What a delicious lesson! Teaching Matter with Root Beer Floats!

The Science Penguin: Relative Density

The Science Penguin: The Science Penguin's Science Plans Week 4

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Making convection currents - hands on weather science for kids

Supports TEKS 1.7A: observe, compare, describe, and sort components of soil by size, texture, and color. Good to accompany a lab!

painting like Michelangelo in the Cappella Sistina

A Bug's Life (Butterfly) Science for Kindergarten and First Grade. Includes 21 pages of resources for teaching the lifecycle: anchor chart, emergent reader, lifecycle cards, let's label it cut/glue, graphic organizer, all about butterfly book template. $

FREEBIE in the PREVIEW! Polar Bears~Informational text & Literature writing Mini Unit for 1st-2nd grades! It is full of fun writing templates about Polar bears! Great for simple researching skills!!!

Concept Book: "How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin?" by Margaret McNamara is about Mr. Tiffin's class and their pumpkin-themed classroom experiment where the smallest boy in class named Charlie had the smallest pumpkin but ended up having the most seeds. This book would be good to teach estimation, skip counting, and comparing greatest to least.

SPIDERS: A CREEPY CRAWLY EXTRAVAGANZA {Includes guided reading packets (Spiders by Gail Gibbons & Diary of a Spider by Doreen Cronin), reading response sheets, seasonal interactive notebook pages aligned to the common core & specific to informational texts about spiders, informative writing, science activities (structures & functions, life cycles, habitats), spider math, a spider glyph, spider table headers, and so much more!!}

Fireflies-laminate cut out jars- fingerprint w/ glow in the dark paint- silver sharpie bodies

Pumpkin unit-counting with cubes

Earth Science Unit.....A great visual to explain plate tectonics and the formation of volcanoes and mountains. So many other engaging (and easy to replicate) Earth science activities on her site!

Get a little "buggy" as you reinforce the common core LA standards with these activity sheets covering one month (20 sheets) of practice for your students. Activities cover literature and informational text, language skills, writing and foundational skills. Your students will learn a little about insects and spiders with this packet, as they improve their common core skills. It is perfect for test prep or daily practice! $

Primary Science Journals and scaffolded writing

freebie life cycle printable for ladybugs