How to Make Ice Cream in a Bag - KTeacherTiff
We recently had ice cream day for “i” day of our ABC countdown to summer. Instead of buying ice cream, I decided we would make our own. I knew it would be a great memory-making activity for my students, and *bonus!* we could tie-in a how-to writing to go with it. A couple tips: If you decide to try this (you really should!) don’t get too hung up on the kind of salt you use. I’ve make ice cream in bag plenty of times using plain table salt–but ideally, the
STEM Bins: Hands-on Solutions for Early Finishers
STEM Bins: Hands-on Solutions for Early Finishers, Centers, Morning Work, and Behavior Incentives! Instead of giving our students MORE work, let's give them more MEANINGFUL work. Perfect for Pre K, Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade Students
Work Task Wednesday - Test Tube Patterns and Colors - Mrs. D's Corner
Math Centers for special education. This work task practices patterns and sequencing, color identification, following directions and/or the order of a task, fine motor skills, hand dominance, grip, hand-eye coordination, and more. Learn more at Mrs. D's Corner.
Seed Germination Experiment For Kids
Watching seeds grow is an amazing science lesson for kids. Our seed germination experiment gives kids the opportunity to see up close how a seed grows what would actually be happening under the ground! Our awesome seed growing activity turned out amazingly well, and we loved checking on the progress each day! Simple science activities are great for young learners! SEED GERMINATION EXPERIMENT FOR KIDS! HOW A SEED GROWS This simple to set up seed jar was one of our favorite spring science…
How to set up the Science Center in your Early Childhood Classroom - Pocket of Preschool
How to set up the science center (with freebies) in your early childhood classroom.
DIY Dollar Store Crafts Projects
Crafting and present giving does not have to be laborious or cost the earth. You can find many treasures at your local Dollar Store waiting to be upcycled and blinged up.
Springtime Science with Seeds
A collaborative blog by Pre K and Kindergarten specialists. Child growth and development, information, free printables.
Sink or Float - Mrs. B's Beehive
Teaching sink vs. float is one of my favorite kindergarten science lessons. The kids also love it, because getting to stick your hands in a tub full of cold water ranks right up there with jumping in puddles, and just feels like something you shouldn’t be doing in school. #livinonthewildside We begin our lesson by discussing what it means to sink and what it means to float. We talk about what we already know about the subject, and list some objects that we already know from our own personal…
30 Science Experiments - The Stem Laboratory
Science just got a whole lot easier to add into your lesson plans! These hands-on, super cool science experiments are surprisingly easy to set up and use common supplies like baking soda and vinegar. PLUS, this set also includes a no prep science journal that goes along with the 30 jaw dropping science experiments so kids can easily keep track of their results. There's so much included in this set! Check out all the fun details below.
The Best Weather Science Experiment - Mrs. Jones Creation Station
When rainy weather hits and you're stuck inside this simple science experiment is perfect for teaching little learners how clouds make rain.
How to Make Butterfly Life Cycle Sensory Bottles for Preschool | Fun-A-Day!
These gorgeous butterfly sensory bottles for preschool or kindergarten kids are perfect for a butterfly or insect theme. The kids will LOVE making them!
28 Days of Hands-On STEM Activities for Kids
28 days of hands-on STEM activities for kids - coding, STEM challenges, STEM on a budget, and more! It's science, tech, engineering & math made fun.
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STEM engineering projects are engaging, and they encourage students to think critically. One of the challenges for teachers, though, is that they often require materials that probably aren’t …
Easy Experiments – Making Color Disappear
Most kids have a natural curiosity about the world and the way things work. That makes it easy to teach them some basic science concepts in fun hands-on ways. In the past we have done a Magnet Exploration which proved to be very engaging. Today, I am sharing another one of our Easy Experiments. Making Color Disappear seems very magical for kids, but there are some scientific concepts at work. Easy Experiments You will need: See through cups Water Food Coloring Bleach Pipette Like most easy…