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The foldables are for older kids, but this erosion experiment could easily be done in Pre-K.- Working 5 to 9 . Math and Science: Grade Science Foldables and other scienc projects Classroom Creativity,educational,F

Mrs. Bohaty's Kindergarten Kingdom

Laminate a number ladder, cut small slits in top & bottom & add a pipe-cleaner with a small bead. Use the bead to slide up & down as you complete addition & subtraction problems (",). could do the same thing with a horizontal number line.

Biodomes - Two students work on their biodome. Nearby are unique model biodome designs, all made with conjoined clear plastic bottles and trays.

Biodomes Engineering Design Project: Lessons 2-6 - Activity

EARTH SCIENCE Biodomes - Two students work on their biodome. Nearby are unique model biodome designs, all made with conjoined clear plastic bottles and trays.

A cute animated video for kids about habitats!

This would be great to show the children on the day we talk about animals and their specific habitats. This gives them some music and the animals sing about their habitat. I like that it includes some pets as well as wild animals.

Living and Non-living things video for kids

(Living Science) Living and Non-living things video for kids, YES! Thank goodness, because we literally just started!

Educational Videos for Pre K- Grade 8. Includes 90 FULL Bill Nye videos, PLUS videobooks, and TONS of subject specific videos. Amazing.

Educational Videos for Pre K- Grade Includes 90 FULL Bill Nye videos, PLUS videobooks, and TONS of subject specific videos. Even a few years ago, I was using all the Bill Nye videos I could find and kids still love him!

Set up a "Nature Table" to display all the treasures found on nature hikes... great for scientific observations.  {The large leaf is from IKEA.}

Set up a "Nature Table" to display all the treasures found on nature hikes. great for scientific observations. {The large leaf is from IKEA.} Smith nature walks might be great to fill up your science center

First Grade Wow: Pets Rock! Especially non-living ones!!

I would use this song to teach my young students how to identify living things. We would sing this song in a group. This activity would fall into the unit over living and non-living things.

Needs of living things

(Living Science) Narrated video about the needs of living things. Great for stopping and discussing.

Animal Habitat Unit   Freebie

My students love to learn about animals and so I thought it would be great to teach an informative writing unit in conjunction with learnin.

Geography - this could be used in a kindergarten or 1st grade classroom. the kids would get playdough or clay and form land around their blue plates to show bodies of water and what land looks like around different kinds of bodies of water.

Need something to help make maps and geography come alive for your kids? Here's a fun Montessori-based project.

Kleinspiration: TONS of (free) 1-3 minute Engaging Math & Science Videos for Kids via @Andrew Mager Vanden Heuvel!

Kleinspiration: TONS of (free) minute Engaging Math & Science Videos for Kids via Mager Mager Vanden Heuvel!

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