Do these solids dissolve? We tried oatmeal, cornmeal, flour, sugar, brown sugar, rice and sprinkles for opposite day. Used droppers with water and craft sticks to stir items in recycled plastic containers.

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Making convection currents - hands on weather science for kids

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Starting Out with Sentence Stems- This post has ideas for using sentence stems in math, social studies, and science. | The Science Penguin

Starting Out with Sentence Stems

Why card sorting activities are great for middle school science and how you can use them in your classroom

Teaching with Elly Thorsen: What's Growin' in My Classroom: April 2015 Secondary Smorgasbord

Finding nemo lesson plan

Science Lesson Plans to Use with 'Finding Nemo'

Here's a nice lesson plan on the ocean floor. Includes reproducibles and student handouts.

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Ocean Zone discovery bottles- fill the bottle with 1/4 water (with blue food coloring) and 3/4 vegetable oil. After the students shake them up, they will notice three distinct areas in their bottle as the oil and water settle. {This is perfect for teaching the zones in the ocean!}

A day in first grade: 3 {Easy and CHEAP} Ocean Activities

Water Cycle Foldable. need to use with 6th grade...notice how the book physically represents the water cycle...not just a worksheet

The Inspired Classroom: About to Start Weather

Kids will love this human body activity about the heart!

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Fold and Learn - Students learn parts of a plant by creating this booklet. Each part of the plant is put on one side and on the other side is a description of the part. It is also available in spanish. SC.1.L.14.2 Identify the major parts of plants, including stem, roots, leaves, and flowers. - check more here:

Fold and Learn - Parts of a plant

Good idea for teaching types of clouds in the weather unit. 2nd grade weather week

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Human Body: Printables | The Home Teacher

Human Body: Printables - The Home Teacher

Biomes Map so students know where each biome is located in the world

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How to run a Scientist for a Day in your classroom. What a valuable time saver!

TheWriteStuffTeaching: Scientist for a Day

Working 5 to 9 .... Math and Science: 5th Grade Science Foldables and other scienc projects

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Anatomy for Kids: Teaching from the Inside Out...

Anatomy for Kids: Teaching From the Inside Out - Playful Learning

Interactive 3D app for kids teaching about human body, with 3D pictures and videos.#kidsapps

Wonderful Educational App for Kids about Human Body | iGameMom

Evidence of a chemical change templates for interactive notebooks, plus physical and chemical change game

Introduction to Chemistry for Interactive Science Notebooks

Love the integration of science and math in this lesson about the five senses.

Fun in First Grade: More Fun with Our Five Senses

Create an instant circuit

Literacy & Math Ideas

12 games and animations for teaching phases of the moon

Oakmont Science Grade 4: The Universe

phases of the moon

Teaching in Bronco Country: Space

Science for Kids: Colonizing Mars STEM Challenge

Science for Kids: Colonizing Mars STEM Challenge

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

5THGRADE. Panicked Teacher's Blog: Mixtures and Solutions!

Panicked Teacher's Blog: Mixtures and Solutions!