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My first graders LOVED making this cloud model!!

Science for Kids: A cloud in a cup!

Get your students' attention, and teach the Common Core at the same time! Get great video and activity links on this post, plus a worm lab record sheet freebie!

BRILLIANT. This is the best cloud teaching tool I've seen yet. Makes it as fun and easy as it should be :) .

Exploring Magnetism from Racheous Lovable Learning - LOTS of wonderful, Montessori-inspired magnet activities for kids

Exploring Magnetism - Racheous - Lovable Learning

Cool Science Experiments: Growing Crystals | Creekside Learning

Cool Science Experiments: Growing Crystals | Creekside Learning

Have a week's worth of science fun with this collection of 6 holiday-themed investigations. Concepts include physical properties, the five senses, states of matter, forces and motion, sinking and floating, and more. (24 pages) $

Get ready to Dig into Dinosaurs! This DINO-mite unit is jam-packed with fun, creative, and interactive activities for your primary students. Take a peek at the preview for a more detailed showcase of what is included in this DINO-mite unit!!!

Diggin Dinosaurs - A Thematic Unit

Read during force and motion unit. Then have students make their own roller coasters with foam pipe insulation and marbles.

Fossil Station Activities FREE Printables

educationjourney: Science Pictures and a Multiplication Freebie

Magnet Anchor Chart

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Science- Magnet activities

9 Magnet Activities for Kids

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: Flashlights, Fruit Loops, and Force and Motion

19 Fun Ideas & Resources for Force and Motion - Teach Junkie

Science for kids, kids science, rainbow jar, make a rainbow in a jar

Science for Kids: Rainbow Jar - Playdough To Plato

Song, "Did You Ever See a Magnet?" (from First Grade Wow)

First Grade Wow: Marvelous Magnets

Second grade weather. Water cycle song, book, activity and bulletin board ideas!!

Simply Second Grade: The Water Cycle & Clouds

When you're teaching weather, sing Cindy Sherwood's catchy cloud song!

This weather opinion writing packet would be a great addition to your weather or water cycle unit! Students will tell what like or dislike about six kinds of weather: sunshine – rain – snow – clouds – wind – thunder & lightning. Common Core Opinion Writing 1st 2nd #opinionwriting

This activity would be a simple, yet engaging, way for students to share their own ideas about weather. Together, the whole class would brainstorm common weather terms and put them on display for the rest of the seasonal weather unit.

Teaching in High Heels: Jodi~ Fun in First

White Chocolate Cranberry Chex Mix- yum, this is TOO good, the perfect easy snack for the family or for gift giving.

White Chocolate Cranberry Chex Mix

This mini-unit is a combination of investigations, student books and reading passages, writing prompts, and posters. It is not a full unit because ...

Force and Motion Mini-unit for Primary Students

Simple Science: Observing Worms Make a worm habitat, book list, links to resources. Perfect for a worm unit study!

Simple Science: Observing Worms | Happy Brown House

How to Make Lightning ~ 2 fun experiments for static electricity

How to Make Lightning ~ Learn Play Imagine

Awesome kids' science activity for Halloween! Make worms dance!! It's so. incredibly. easy. {Playdough to Plato}

Kids' Science: Dancing Frankenworms - Playdough To Plato

Here is my collection of 18 Bill Nye The Science Guy Video Worksheets (includes the answer key) complete with a YouTube video link for each video. There are worksheets for the following Bill Nye Videos. - Atoms - Atmosphere - Biodiversity - Blood and Circulation - Cells - Chemical Reactions - Comets and Meteors - Digestion - Electricity - Food Webs - Light and Color - Optics - Outer Space - Phases of Matter - Respiration - Seasons - Static Electricity - Water Cycle

Water Cycle Video. This video does not have dialogue to it, only music: however, use this video as an opportunity to have your students or children tell the parts of the water cycle as they are happening on the screen. Very cute and easy way to understand the workings of the water cycle in a nutshell.