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  • Sharae Pierret

    using science notebooks - GREAT post about how to teach science. She teaches K but very appropriate for ALL levels! Thanks for the tips!

  • Naomi

    Kindergarten Science Blog that encourages Science Notebooks.

  • Jessica Picasso

    Science Notebook Ideas

  • JLynn Martin

    science ideas

  • Ramona Back

    One of the BEST resources for learning how to use science journals in elementary classrooms.

  • Lilly Jensby

    Using Science Notebooks in Elementary Classrooms by Michael P. Klentschy (Author). contains 7 components of elementary science notebooks. Must get!

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