Saturday, September 10, 2011

Science Fun!

I love all of these science posts....


From The First Grade Parade

a lesson and writing prompt for what a scientist is and does



From Ginger Snaps Tidbits and Tips for Teachers

a scientist tree map


a great way to introduce science to your students


simple science experiments and signs for what scientists do 
(the signs are a free download)



a science unit on animals

From Brooke Perry at Primary Perspective

a free science journal download

 a day of science acitivities

a few great books about science....
Let us know if you have a great science idea and have posted about it by commenting below.

5 comments:

Andi said...

I love teaching science! I wish I had more time in the day to fit it more often. So far, I've posted my Rocks lesson. It isn't much but we had fun.
Thanks, Andi
http://pencilsglueandtyingshoes.blogspot.com/2011/05/rockin-good-time.html

Kreative in Kinder said...

Thanks for the shout out! I never liked science growing up. It wasn't until I had had a great Science teacher teach me how to teach science when I fell in love.I always combine a science center during math centers to make sure that my kids get science every week, in addition the lesson. Great post!!

<>< Crystal
Kreative in Kinder

Anna Wieland said...

I recreated the scientist chart but I was wondering how did you print the words too look cool like that with the lines?

Mrs. Larremore said...

Anna,
Choose insert a shape. Then choose a box shape from your choices. Then go to format and choose a thicker width and the kind of dash you want. You will also have to go to format and choose no shape fill.

I hope this makes sense.

Sabrina Brown said...

Do you have a downloadable version of the Scientist worksheet that says "can", "are", and "need"?