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Grade 2 science

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States of matter freebie to help your kindergarten students learn the difference between solids, liquids, and gases. #statesofmatter #science #kindergarten

States of matter freebie to help your kindergarten students learn the difference between solids, liquids, and gases. #statesofmatter #science #kindergarten

States of Matter Cut and paste the words into the correct category (Solid, Liquid, or Gas). I hope you enjoy this FREEBIE!

Description States of Matter Worksheet Cut and paste the words into the correct category (Solid, Liquid, or Gas). I hope you enjoy this FREEBIE! _______________________________________________________

PRIMARY SCIENCE - try FREE =activities and printables for teaching about the human body and fives senses for pre-k kindergarten and first grade classrooms - science centers and hands-on worksheets - learn about our bones - muscles - organs - brain - sense of smell - sense of touch - sense of hearing - sense of sight and sense of taste - try FREEBIE and get ideas for your primary science lesson plans #kindergartenscience #firstgradescience #myfivesenses #kindergartenreading #fivesenses

PRIMARY SCIENCE UNIT 1 - THE HUMAN BODY We are so excited to dig into Unit 1 in our science sequence! We kick off science this year with My Body and My Five Senses . It is the perfect place to start science with our primary kiddos. This year we are going to explore and learn about the

Do you struggle to squeeze science into your day? These engaging units are great as they integrate science into reading and writing for your little learners!

Do you struggle to squeeze science into your day? These engaging units are great as they integrate science into reading and writing for your little learners!

A simple science activity for kids to find out what a water cycle is and the different stages in it: evaporation, condensation, precipitation and flow.

These water cycle science fair projects are inspirations and fun experiments for teachers, homeschool parents, and students.