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Earth Science Books for Preschool. Do you have a hard time finding age-appropriate science books for preschool and kindergarten? Me too! Here's a great list of age-appropriate earth science books preschool and kindergarten kids will love AND understand!

Earth Science Books for Preschool

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Light table

Guest Post: A homemade light table for preschool

teachpreschool.org

Questions to use during inquiry work, to encourage deeper thinking. NEED TO USE THIS!!!

MAGICAL Melting Dough: mold-able but melts once kids hands are still. It also BUBBLES & fizzes. So many FUN ways for kids to PLAY!

Magical Melting Dough ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

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3 Response sheets for your Ranger Rick and National Geographic Kids Magazines! A great fun way to reinforce reading and writing informational text. Great addition to your library and science center. $1

Make this Practice Thermometer with a straw and a pipe cleaner ~ Free template.

Phases of the Moon

Help your little scientists make their own "Einstein Hair." (Blog post from: Creating Readers and Writers)

Creating Readers and Writers

creatingreadersandwriters.blogspot.com

Pixar's "Day and Night" short film. I used this today for a first grade science lesson on day sky vs. night sky and it was a PERFECT set. It highlights some of the good things about each to get the wheels turning in their head, and the kids really enjoyed it! I followed it up by a Venn diagram of day and night that we completed as a class.

Exploring Force, Motion, and Energy (Including Magnets) in the Primary Classroom! In this 53 page packet, you will find a month long unit for exploring force, motion, and energy. Here is the scope and sequence: Week 1--Magnets & Movement; Week 2--Location; Week 3--Sound & Light; and Week 4--Heat. $

Here's an anchor chart for helping students focus on properties of objects when making observations. Includes examples of student work.

Edible & borax FREE Kool-aid slime {A new & safe way to make slime for kids}

Science experiments to help students make predictions --a favorite among students and teachers!

make a cloud and other science activities

Storm in the night. five in a row. Make your own thermometer.

Animal Needs video

Little Miss Hypothesis - Lessons from the Science Lab: Describing Properties! A "how to" post and freebie!

Science Tools {A Question & Answer Early Science Reader} 6 student pages, $

science scope and sequence of themes throughout the school year

The Thermometer Song (song for kids about temperature) -by Mr. Harry For more pins like this visit: pinterest.com/...

10 Edible Science Experiments

Easy diy light box - 2 simple supplies (happy hooligans)

Salt and vinegar crystals are non-toxic and easy to grow.

Science Observation

Paperclips in colored water, use magnet wands to move them around