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Elementary science

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Science FUN with Interactive Notebooks!

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Milk & Cookies and the Scientific Method - Around the Kampfire

A simple and fun science experiment using milk and cookies to explore buoyancy. Find easy science activities for teaching the scientific method in a way that kids love!

Advice for New Science Teachers {10 Tips} — The Science Penguin

Are you taking the leap into the wild and wonderful world of teaching elementary science? Congratulations! 🎉 From making science notebooks your best friend to transforming your classroom into a curiosity-filled lab (minus the lab rats), we’ve got tips and tricks that even Albert Einstein would high five us for! Ready to become the next superhero ... Read more

Easy & Fun Solid, Liquid, Gas Science Experiment with Free Printable Page - Lessons for Little Ones by Tina O'Block

Part of our kindergarten science curriculum requires us to teach the difference between a solid, liquid, and gas. This is a really simple and engaging experiment I found for helping students recognize a solid, liquid, and gas. Ingredients:plastic water bottlewaterballoonAlka-Seltzer tablets Fill the water bottle a little more than half way with water. Explain to […]

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Do you need a little help covering structure and function in your 4th-grade science class? This complete unit will save you time and keep your students engaged! Structure and Function for fourth grade NGSS 4-LS1-1 and 4-LS1-2
Students will learn about pollination and seed dispersal in this second-grade unit. Students will make a model to demonstrate how animals help with seed dispersal. They will also participate in a fun lab on pollination! This resource includes two slide shows (one on pollination and one on seed dispersal), hands-on activities, and follow-up pages. Students will love using STEM skills to make a model of a maple seed pod.
How A Watermelon Grows Interactive Digital Resource
These standards were written with students in mind, including engaging activities that focus on having students make sense of the science, rather than learning a set of facts. The standards build on one another in a developmentally appropriate progression. The Utah SEEd standards have three dimensions. The Science and Engineering Practices, the Crosscutting Concepts and Disciplinary Core Ideas.