Tag: science

The Duck Life Cycle Part 4

If you have missed my previous posts about our duck egg adventures, take a look at my previous posts: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 The duck eggs have continued to be a great learning experience in our classroom. We have continued to care for them, and students are still asking great questions about the …

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The Duck Life Cycle Part 3

If you have missed my previous posts, take a look at them here: Part 1 Part 2 We have finished our third week with the duck eggs in our classroom. I am so excited to see their changes everyday, and our students have been learning so much in the process! Our egg candler is showing …

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The Duck Life Cycle Part 2

This is Part 2 of my Duck Life Cycle series, if you missed it, take a look at: Part 1 We have had another eventful week in kindergarten and students are still excited to have the duck eggs in our classroom. They check on them everyday and continue to ask questions about them. Here is …

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Use hands-on activities to engage students in learning about lines of symmetry. Use a variety of materials to practice symmetry for kindergarten students.

Invitation to Explore – Line of Symmetry

Symmetry for Kindergarten: Use hands-on activities to engage students in learning about lines of symmetry. Use a variety of materials to practice symmetry for kindergarten students. To get my students to understand a line of symmetry, I used a lot of hands-on materials and provocations. I put together some ideas that you can incorporate into …

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Learning About Plants

We have started our own little vegetable garden in our classroom. It has been great for the kids to see the process of how our fruits and vegetables grow! Each student received their own “My Garden Notes” book (you can download this great cover page from Sisters Guild Blog), and we have been discussing how …

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