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End of the Year fun? Exploding Sidewalk Chalk ~ A little art and a little science. Forget "for kids" I would love this!!!

Play Recipe- Sidewalk Chalk ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

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The Coalition for Science After School: Oil Spill! Connecting STEM activities to real world problems

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Science Experiments for Kids - what a great list of activities for Summer!

25+ Fun Science Experiments for Kids | A Night Owl Blog

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Perfect for wall displays, vocabulary development activities, or as a stimulus for discussions such as, "What part of a plant is this...? / How do bees pollinate flowers...? / What are different methods of seed dispersal...? / What have you learned about....?" Suitable for pre through to 2nd Grade $

Plants

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nature scavenger hunt-camping

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Interactive Notebook Craftivities Spring Science Edition- Includes 8 supplemental interactive notebook craftivities!

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great website!!!! tons of great science experiments...save for later :)

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Cloud Anchor Chart (Day 2)

weather

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The ULTIMATE Science Interactive Notebook Pack! $

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Science for Kids: Gummy Bear Science Great for inroduction of variables {Would e great for getting students used to recording observations, etc)

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Ultimate Interactive Science Notebook Kit $

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MORE Interactive Science Notebook Templates $

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Inexpensive Ideas - Surviving on a teachers salary/ This website has so many great experiment ideas that are cheap and easy.

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The Parts of a Scientist {Boy Version} $

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Cool science experiment! Dissolve egg shell off with vinegar and it will become a "naked egg" that can bounce... how fun!

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Boyle's Law - Proven by a Simple Marshmallow Experiment

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Love this anchor chart for around Earth Day!

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Fun strategy for answering textbook questions that gets the kids talking, thinking, and moving AND using a foldable :)

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Learning notebooks!!

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sense of touch activities

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Creative Science Journal Ideas

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Foldable for forces of energy

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Teaching in an Organized Mess: Mini Science Board

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Science Notebooking...GREAT science blog!

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Jack and The Beanstalk (soak beans overnight so they swell and sprout more quickly. Plant in soil, insert wooden skewer with castle and clouds (cotton balls) attached at top.

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