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science in kindergarten

science in kindergarten

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This would be a great visual on different types of matter. It's kind of a "hands on" board. Some kids might become distracted, though and mess it up.

September classroom of the month -

My Teaching Heart: Matter- solid liquid gas

My Teaching Heart: Matter

Your child will learn about seasons and the colors changing with this Busy Bag. #busybag #preschool #kidsactivities

Cute song for the seasons! (I think I would be confusing some kids with this one right about now...snow at the end of summer...O Canada. ⛄️

Magnet project...great product for station idea

Landforms Anchor Chart

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Make these simple sensory bottles as a hands-on manipulative to talk about the weather. Great for circle time!

Weather Sensory Bottles for Circle Time - Twodaloo

living and non living things--- compare gummy worms to earth worms!

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Scattered Recap...

Using Root Beer Floats to Teach States of Matter

science tools

science tools in kindergarten

"Loaves of Landforms" (

NEW! Loaves of Landforms |

A Place Called Kindergarten: friday freebie kids at work signs

A Place Called Kindergarten: friday freebie kids at work signs

Scientist of the Month bulletin board-- nice.

Follow The Teacher Garden

States of Matter

Weekly Activities E-newsletter: Free Pattern!

EXPERIMENT: Test the Effectiveness of Sunscreen by painting it on a piece of colored paper. Leave the paper in the sun and it should bleach all the area's except where the sunscreen is.

Do you know how you can blow up a balloon with soda? This cool science experiment for kids will blow your mind!

Balloon Experiments with Candy ~ Learn Play Imagine

Cloud inspector. Science for kids! Ahhh...cute!

(sample page) Seasons and Weather Change (LIFT THE FLAP ACTIVITY) Interactive Science activity!! $

Foam Playdough

This is so cute! States of matter.

5 senses unit. Place an air popper in the middle of the room and remove the lid. As the kernnels heat the popcorn begins to fly! Kids get to use all 5 senses during this activity!

I would love to do this activity as a 5 senses activity. I would love the columns to be pictures of eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and a hand.

Force & Motion (from Chalk Talk)

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: Forces at Work


elements of art - texture