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Milk & Cookies and the Scientific Method - Around the Kampfire

Teaching students about the processes scientists use is a key step in building a science foundation at the beginning of the year. In this post I’ll share a fun and simple science experiment for students to explore buoyancy as they learn the steps of the scientific method. Milk and cookies are every kid’s favorite so ...

Digestion Experiment for Kids- DIY Stomach Model - Team Cartwright

Digestion experiment for kids! An easy science experiment from at-home materials about how the stomach breaks down food. Anatomy science for kids.

Science FUN with Interactive Notebooks!

Hi Friends… I hope this post finds you well and enjoying your summer break. I just returned home from a relaxing vacation in Punta Cana! It was a ton of fun and I really needed the R & R 🙂 I actually wrote this blog post on the plane there…BUT… the flight didn’t have any … Science FUN with Interactive Notebooks! Read More »

Teaching The Scientific Method Unit Using Pickles - Katelyn's Learning Studio

Why is it that kids LOVE science so much? Is it because they like the idea of being scientists with lab coats and safety goggles? Is it because they want to conduct science experiments and make things explode? Is it because they are thrilled at the thought of discovering some groundbreaking new truth in their ... Read More about Teaching The Scientific Method Unit Using Pickles

Hi teacher friends, Are your elementary students studying Earth Science this year? I’ve always dreaded trying to hunt down lab supplies and equipment for science activities, but during the last…

Hi teacher friends, Are your elementary students studying Earth Science this year? I’ve always dreaded trying to hunt down lab supplies and equipment for science activities, but during the last…

For many reasons, doing dissections and labs may be a concern for teachers or students. That doesn't mean you can't benefit from the experience. Using virtual dissections and labs you can still learn and experience these important lessons and activities without all the issues or concerns with sourcing materials, space or other limitations. Check out our list of virtual dissections and lab options for your students. #VirtualDissections #Labs #Homeschooling #Education #Science

Virtual dissections can be a huge help in teaching science, biology, physiology and anatomy. Here are some of the best resources for your lessons and labs.

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.