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Activities inspired by children’s literature
Humans and the Earth
By Christine Anne Royce
lementary students are beginning to understand
the Earth’s natural processes and humans’ impact
on the Ea...
Hi, I think Interactive notebook are great ways to gather thoughts, notes, and information in any subject. I am student teaching in a 1st grade class. we don't use interactive notebooks for science ...
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Happy Teacher Appreciation Week from NSTA!
The 2015 National Teacher Day is Tuesday, May 5, and the week of May 4–8 is
Teacher Appreciation Week (#thankateacher). In addition to all the good...
Great question! I have wrestled with this for a few years now. I teach 375 1st-6th grade students as a STEM Specialist and every quarter sneaks up on me. When the final week of grading arrives, I scra...
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Science note books are awesome! It keeps them organized and the generally keep up with them because the amount of time and effort put into them. Use them to study for test and quizzes because all of t...
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Great discussion starter! In my biology classroom I have always enjoyed using discrepant events. Where the outcome of a demonstration is unexpected. That is the "hook". Then I have m...
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