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Fun science, STEM and STEAM lessons and activities! Check out my blog: www.shareitscience.com
 
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Students will classify their favorite Thanksgiving foods into a trophic, or ecological, pyramid. Great activity for the last day of school before Thanksgiving. Pairs well with science units on ecosystems, food chains and food webs. Includes
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Students are naturally curious about nature and love to be scientists. This worksheet guides some careful observation of feathers. Excellent for a science center or a bird unit. Students observe the feathers and then fill in the drawings or draw
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This multi-day hands-on science and math lesson utilizing real pumpkins includes skills like observing, making predictions, scientific drawing, measuring, counting, weighing, making comparisons, analyzing data and more. Lesson plan includes notes
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Cloud vocabulary made easy! Use these flashcards in your cloud unit to help students learn the names of the different clouds and how to use clouds to predict the weather. After they've learned the cloud types, this worksheet will help them hone
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This is a great activity to accompany a reptile unit, or a turtle unit. Students learn how to tell how a turtle's age by examining it's shell. On this activity sheet, they will imagine they are a turtle and draw the number of rings on each of the
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Such a versatile worksheet! Use in science as a review or an assessment. Students can show their understanding of a life cycle, process or science idea by creating their own comic strip. Excellent for telling the story of the rock cycle or water
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Observe butterflies outdoors. Students are asked to write observations of butterfly behavior and location. With the help of field guides they can also identify the butterflies. Observation sheet can be adapted to many different butterfly exploration
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Xenarthra is the group of animals that includes Anteaters, Sloths and Armadillos. These scavenger hunt cards allow students at home or school to search for items that are analogous to the adaptations of these types of animals. For example: "Find
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I've taught informal science at museums, nature centers and environmental education facilities, as well as classroom science to students PreK-6th grade. Over a decade of experience sharing science in and out of the classroom. I write and design science curriculum, write science articles for kids and maintain a science activities blog for teachers and parents.

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Experiential, hands-on learning.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

BA Cell and Molecular Biology, Skidmore College M.Ed Science Education, University of Washington, Seattle

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I love anything science, particularly the natural sciences. Happiest in the outdoors!

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