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.


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

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...

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"?