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Here's a terrific experiment for demonstrating how ocean water warms, cools, and circulates.

Scientist Labs Coats in 3 Easy Steps by First Grade in Foxwell Forest

Plate Tectonics with an Oreo

Blog post from Science Stuff: "Common Core Science & Technical Standards: Let's Get Organized!"

TicTac flashlight. Ugh I wish I taught 4th grade and could use this as a "hands on" lesson in electric currents!

Make a lung using a 2 liter bottle, balloons, some playdough, and straws. Then inflate and deflate the lung-balloons by pushing or pulling on the diaphragm balloon.

Tons of science notebook ideas, also social studies ideas. And a great bulletin board idea!

Common Core and So Much More: Teaching Matter with Root Beer Floats!

Jelly worm osmosis experiment for kids | Science 4 My Kids

The water cycle simplified…

Blog POST with linked resources: Get ready to teach the Human Body systems. (Got to teach it soon? Need some help? Many linked resources here to have you ready to teach it in NO TIME!)

video on the chambers of the heart

Labeled skeleton... this is neat, good way to remember the bones.

Life Size Human Anatomy printables

The Human Body (stop-motion!)

The Science Penguin: The Science Penguin's Science Plans {Week 3}

It's all about STATES OF MATTER!

Science Matters: Body Systems: Digestive System: Digestion in a Bag

Water filtering experiment

More than 50 science activities for kids

What a fun way to teach kids how animals stay warm in the winter! Cover their hand in shortening and have them dip it in ice water.

Top 10 Water Experiments for Kids

Getting sick of using water as your one and only example of matter changing phase? Check out this video. It uses glass, chocolate, and a few other items as examples. {Made by the Columbus Museum of Art}

Human Body: Learning About Blood Jar of water dyed yellow: plasma Cheerios: red blood cells. I squirted red food coloring on them while dry and put in a small ziplock bag. Then when they were added to the plasma, they turned the water red (which is why blood looks red—because of the red blood cells) Marshmallows: white blood cells Purple pom poms: platelets. Love this idea!

Human body unit.