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Science inquiry

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With so many different approaches to teaching science, sometimes curriculum can be mystifying to parents and novice teachers. This is a brief overview of the inquiry science model and how it fits into today's science standards. Inquiry based science teaching is a way to frame science topics and questions so that students are driven by their own curiosity and discovery to find the answers. The inquiry model can be applied to just about any science lesson or curriculum with a little time and…

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Mystery bags for exploring sense of touch! Love this idea for understand science and how to make observations. Perfect for teaching adjectives too!

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Questions to use during inquiry work, to encourage deeper thinking .....Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to- keep' literacy tools fun teaching stuff :)

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Inquiry centers and activities to explore flowers and seeds. Use inquiry based learning about plants with technology, hands-on learning and exploration.

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Teach the scientific method to your students through these engaging science experiments! Check out this blog post to learn more!

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Since the middle of February while were creating our dragon project, I started to notice something. The kids were taking the logs out of ou...

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The 5E Model of Instruction was exactly what I needed to streamline the process of planning and implementing a student-led inquiry-based learning method. It

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A great science introduction that introduces your students to science and its processes and helps you gain important insight into your students.

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A small spot to put stickies and notes/drawing by both the kids and us about ideas we wish to investigate. There is another larger board to document ongoing and completed inquiries. This small one is meant as a place to keep track of questions we want to follow up on, etc, but perhaps not right now.

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