Jenny Sue Flannagan

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Jenny Sue Flannagan
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I love to use this strategy for helping students understand the design process. This strategy is actually used in the lesson plan Designing a Better Catapult. Strategy contains a description of the strategy and a template for students to use to
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Patterns are everywhere! Jenny Sue sees patterns a little bit differently than most people! Of course she sees them in science and in particular nature! This set includes different natural patterns that can be used to support the teaching of
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One one of my favorite lessons to do with my young scientists! This lesson plan has so much in it for you to engage your young scientists! Students learn how to properly use a magnifying lens in order to make observations of a penny. Then students
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Looking for a lesson that naturally integrates engineering off of science? This is the lesson for you. In this lesson, students first learn about a catapult and how it works. Using marshmallows, craft sticks, and rubber bands, they build a catapult.
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I am so excited to share these lesson plans. In this product you will find a collection of 10 science lesson plans that cover topics ranging from motion to changes in matter. Lesson plans have been designed to be done in 20-minute segments with lots
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This is a simple story that tells children what a Meteorologist does in their work. Use it to introduce the career. The book can be used in Lesson 4 of the unit My Shadow and Me unit to help students understand and explain how to predict the weather.
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Are you tired of doing the same old pumpkin activity year after year? Looking for something to jazz up October? This is the lesson for you! Students work with you to design an experiment to see if carving a pumpkin decomposes faster than not
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Children will have fun matching up shadows to objects, graphing about their favorite part of a book, and drawing pictures of shadows. These center activities can be used as stand alone or with the unit My Shadow and Me. The graphing activities
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Contains three center activities-one has the children matching up pictures (using a magnifying lens) with their shadows; the second one is a drawing activity, and the third one is a math activity. Students will need to have read Moonbear's Shadow by
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What better way to show students how to reuse an object than to create art! In this project, students use water bottles to create their own sculptures. The activity packet includes writing opportunities for students.
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This lesson plan bundle is a steal! But those of you who know me really well know I am not one of those teachers who will ever sell my materials for crazy amounts like $300+ like I see some other teachers doing. My vision has always been about
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I love having students conduct research and genetics offers them a perfect chance to begin the process. This is an introductory lesson that is perfect for upper elementary and middle school students. This lesson allows students the opportunity to
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This is a collection of some of my favorite science activities for Kindergarten. Students will learn how to conduct simple experiments through making observations and asking questions! There are five lessons total.Lesson topics are as follows:
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Another one of my favorite lessons to help students understand how matter can change! Temperature is a critical factor in changing matter through various states. In this lesson, students learn how temperature can affect the dissolving process
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Looking for something different to help your students understand potential and kinetic energy while they learn how to design their own experiment? Then this is the lesson for you! Your students will enjoy getting to start their learning off with
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We all know students come with lots of "jitters" on the first day of school. This lesson is perfect to not only get rid of their "jitters" but also to introduce the inquiry process! Students begin the first week of school off with practicing making
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This is one of my favorite lessons!! Have you ever seen those amazing water gels that can grow twice their size? You can find them in Wal-Mart or even Michaels. In this lesson, students explore to learn what makes them change and then they design an
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Who doesn't love Groundhog's Day! Jenny Sue sure does. But she loves to weave the fun with a little science! In this lesson, students learn the relationship between the changing sun and Phil's shadow! They also get to be scientists and design their
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In this science investigation, students explore the cell membrane in order to learn what factors can affect materials that move across the membrane. This lesson plan calls for very simple inexpensive materials such as raw eggs and vinegar.
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I developed this game to help students remember the terms associated with changes in states of matter. Topics in this game are focused on the following terms: evaporation, condensation, sublimation, freezing point, melting point, heat, particle
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have taught science at various grades K-12 and currently teach pre-service teachers. Science is a passion for me! My philosophy is simple-children are born curious which makes them great budding scientists! All they need is the right teacher and the right experiences to unleash their ability to design simple experiments. The lessons I develop help students to make observations and generate lots of questions!

MY TEACHING STYLE

Hands-On, Minds-On, Inexpensive Science!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Presidential Awardee for Excellence in Science Teaching Phi Delta Kappa Emerging Leader Sally Mae First Year National Teacher Awardee

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

B.S. in Biology M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction Ed.S. in Administration/Supervision Ed.D. in Adult Learning/Staff Development Gifted Endorsement

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Love teaching science and developing lessons that help students learn how to think and work like a real scientist!

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