Children experience the principles of solubility and pH daily as they make lemonade, stir a bouillon packet into hot water, or play at the beach,. We capitalized on our student’s natural curiosity about the world around them by exploring the
Children experience the principles of motion on a daily basis as they play with toy cars, zoom down a slide, or coast downhill on a sled. We capitalized on our student’s natural curiosity about the world around them by exploring the concept of
SCARLET THE MAD SCIENTIST PICTURE
You are looking at a super laboratory science picture of Scarlet. She posed for this picture as she was working safely in her laboratory. Notice the safety goggles that are protecting her eyes and laboratory
You are looking at a file containing directions and printouts to create a Foam Rocket Energy & Motion Laboratory: Project Science Inquiry Baggie Kit.
This file contains items that can be copied and cut out for use at a laboratory station or
Scarlet's Blue Ribbon Learning Menu
What are Learning Menus?
Menus outline a variety of instructional options targeted toward important learning goals. Students are able to select the choices which most appeal to them.
This Learning Menu focuses
What your students write in their laboratory notebook is an actual account of what they have done in a given experiment, like a detailed diary entry. Student’s should be able to revisit their notebook at some point, read what they wrote prior to