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5 Activities to Learn Science Vocabulary
Learning science vocabulary can sometimes be boring to a child. And when they already have to learn the concepts too, it can be challenging. With
Activities to Help Teach Scientific Process Skills
At the beginning of the school year, teachers will often focus on teaching the scientific method. It takes many skills to design and carry out
Teaching About Variables in Science
If you are teaching the scientific method in your classroom, then you should also be teaching about variables! A variable is something that can change
Managing Your Science Labs
Classroom management can definitely be a challenge in any regular classroom. When you throw in the excitement of a science lab, it can become even
Are you doing STEM right? I’m betting NOT!
Are you teaching STEM right? I’m willing to bet you’re not. Often when I see things labeled as STEM, it’s simply not. It may come
Activities to Investigate Camouflage
This post contains affiliate links. Teaching about adaptations can be fun, especially when you start talking about the physical adaptation of camouflage. Often times students who
Stimulate Curiosity through Questioning
When children are little they are very curious about everything around them, but as they get older this tends to diminish. How can we, as
20 Science Career Projects and Activities that Engages
Sometimes a topic such as science careers can be a bit dry. And, often times you aren’t exactly sure how to “spruce it up” so
10 Mistakes Teachers Make When Teaching Science
Teaching science is often lower on the list of priorities for some teachers. I get it. In elementary classrooms everywhere, there is a HUGE emphasis
Halloween Science Activities
This post contains aff. links. As Halloween approaches, you are likely wondering what you can do to help your students stay on task, but integrate
Growing Your Own Crystal Garden
One thing that I love to have my students do when I teach my rocks and minerals unit, is to create a crystal garden. This is
Why You Should Be Using Discrepant Events
One of the best ways to engage students in science at the start of a new unit is to use a discrepant event. Discrepant events
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