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Making Time for Science: Creating an Integrated Science Curriculum
Science is a critical part of a well-rounded education, but with so many subjects to cover, and a huge focus on literacy, it can be
12 Insider Ideas to Sensationalize Science
The importance of science in our elementary classrooms cannot be overstated. It’s a vastly significant area we have to teach, but often gets pushed to
Teaching Force and Motion in the Upper Elementary Classroom
Many elementary classrooms have to teach about force and motion, whether you teach the Next Generation Science Standards or a different set of standards that
10 Hands-On Plant Activities
When I was in college, I did not like learning about plants. It was a boring class and the professor had a monotone voice. I
A Collection of Ideas for Teaching the Human Body Systems
While studying the human body systems is not in the NGSS, it is still a requirement in many science standards across the United States. This
Online PBL Projects for Elementary Students
Online learning has so many options available for our students. However, it’s very easy to get into the worksheet trap. Rather than share fill-in worksheets
STEAM Challenges with Household Objects
Although school buildings are closed, our students are still learning! Even though that means our regular in-class activities are gone this year, you can still
12 Activities for Teaching About Recycling
If you’re looking for recycling activities, you’ve landed in the right place! Whether it be for Earth Day, a natural resources unit, or for National
Fun and Simple Experiments for Upper Elementary
The best way to learn science is through hands-on experiences. I love sharing these fun, engaging experiments with my students. The best experiments, however, are
7 Options for Creating Solar System Scaled Models
If you teach the solar system, at some point, you and your students will likely have to create a scale model too. This project doesn’t
Creating a Passion for Reading During Science
If you were to do a google search on instilling the love for reading, you would get back about 12 million hits! That’s incredible. Yet,
Having a Math and Science Night
A math and science night is a lot of work but it’s well worth it. The benefits of families experiencing school as a place of
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