Tag: science

Space Inquiry Center

One of the students in our classroom was very interested in space; the sun, the moon, facts about the planets. So I created a small inquiry center about space so he could continue to learn and explore. A number of students have grown very interested in that center and we have had some great work …

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Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs inspired sensory bin and writing prompt

Our new science focus this month is weather. We have started off by discussing clouds: the different types, what they look like and what they can tell us. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs by Judi Barrett is a great introduction to this subject and the students find it hilarious. To accompany our reading, we …

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Mix It Up!

After reading the book Mix It up! by HervĂ© Tullet, my teaching my partner and I did a great colour experiment. The students were able to see the primary colours mix together to make the secondary colours. What you need: 7 clear cups (I used 4 large and 3 medium) Paper towels (6 pieces folded …

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Living and Nonliving Things

living and nonliving things sort with sand box. Hands-on and engaging activity for kindergarten students. A fun way to teach this science topic. These past few weeks we have been working on Living and NonLiving things during science. We began with a simple Shared Reading poem to help them remember the basics: living and nonliving …

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