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Third Grade Science

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Science FUN with Interactive Notebooks!

Hi Friends… I hope this post finds you well and enjoying your summer break. I just returned home from a relaxing vacation in Punta Cana! It was a ton of fun and I really needed the R & R 🙂 I actually wrote this blog post on the plane there…BUT… the flight didn’t have any … Science FUN with Interactive Notebooks! Read More »

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For Those About To Rock...

I have been diligently working on this pack for what feels like FORVER…and I finally got to try it out with my class last week and I have to say, it ROCKED! (excuse the pun…but this pack is full of them!) Ok, so the title sort of dates me…a little shout out to all those AC/DC fans out there. You can find the pack {here}

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Milk & Cookies and the Scientific Method

This fun and simple science experiment is perfect for teaching the scientific method in a way that kids love! Find out how in this post.

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Planet Research Project for Kids 2nd Grade

Solar system research project for kids in 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade. These simple to follow, no prep, solar system planet worksheets are a great addition to your space unit. This can be used in first grade, second grade, or third grade science classes. Click to see reviews from teachers who have used this and found it to be an easy way to have their elementary students conduct a solar system research project.

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Five Excellent Ways to Decorate for Science!

Bulletin Boards and More! Fabulous ways to add some science decor to your classroom! Includes poster ideas and board ideas!

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Forces Causing Movement

This blog post shares ideas and activities to implement when teaching Forces causing Movement - grade 3 science. This aligns with Ontario curriculum.

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Today In First Grade

The year has gone by in a flash and now I'm staring straight into the tunnel and I see the light of summer... Oh, boy! I can't wait! Do you feel me?! We are getting close, just three weeks left here...but of course we had to have open house first! One of the days I look forward to each year is open house. I love watching the kids share their work with their families. Their smiles say it all. And the big bonus? Unlike back to school night, I'm not on. The parents are not there to see me, so our conversation is short and sweet. The night is filled with hugs and fun. Our theme this year was weather. Take a peek! Graphing the seasons: Watercolor painting our favorite season-I took a profile pic of the kids and changed the exposure in Word to make it all black, then cut it out :) Studying climates around the world (thanks to Reagan Tunstall) Learning about meteorologists and their tools! Our own mini meteorologists :) Storms KWL ( we also wrote about storms!) Clouds and cloud facts! (Thanks Cara Carroll) Cloud Men with list poems And adjective rainbows! Can you see them hanging from the lights? Season tri-o-ramas with paper bag trees. This is a fall one! Hope you enjoyed a peek at my open house room. I wish I had a wide shot of it all, but the night was so busy that I forgot to take one! I'm blaming it on open house brain! ;) Here's to a few more weeks! M

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Your students will love making this educational version of the classic worms-and-dirt snack! Use this activity alongside a lesson on the layers of the soil. You may want to do it at the end of your soil unit as a special treat. This activity is very simple, so here’s a quick summary of what you’ll...

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