This St. Patrick's Day, why not teach a rainbow of scientific concepts...
These 16 pages of fun filled science activities include:
1. growing leprechaun hair (grass seed with leprechaun head)
2. growing leprechaun hair prediction/observation sheet
3. How to grow leprechaun hair how to...writing activity
4. potato pattern for graphing/potato facts
5. potato piercing experiment directions
6. Rainbow Connections demonstration sheet
7. Rainbow Connections refraction/reflection sheet
8. Posters with definitions and pictures for refraction/reflection
9. Primary colors lesson with rainbow connections
10. Rainbow poetry activity
11. Rainbow lesson worksheets
12. Shamrock goo directions for kids
13. Materials list for all lessons
14. STEM leprechaun trap lesson and worksheet
Your students would be lucky to get to do these fun, educational science activities with the scientific process in mind...with a bit of common core to boot. Check out my website for more great ideas at: http://scienceschoolyard.blogspot.com/
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