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Students follow the scientific method to dissect an owl pellet. They document their learning process and analyze their findings! Huge hit with my fourth graders!
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Students use this data collection form for an introductory temperature experiment. Each group needs a thermometer and three cups. Pour three different temperatures of water into the cups. Allow the students to make predictions and then use
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In this Science activity, students use a pan balance to compare the mass of various school supplies. Students place one on each side to compare mass. This a great activity for a Properties of Matter unit. It gives students a great introductory idea
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This unit was written to cover my state's Science Scope & Sequence, but it will align to any K-2 Animals Unit. Includes 6 lesson plans and all the necessary accompanying printables. Your students will love learning all about animals and showing
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Students explore properties of matter and learn all about volume. In this experiment, students measure the volume of liquids (water with red, yellow, and blue food coloring) using beakers or graduated cylinders. This lab report follows the
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Students explore properties of matter and learn all about volume. In this experiment, students measure the volume of various solids (can be anything you have around the classroom- a crayon, small ball, toy, etc.) This lab report follows the
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Students explore the properties of matter and learn about density. In this experiment, students use various liquids and solids to compare density. They follow the steps of the scientific method to as a question, make a hypothesis, record results,
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Students learn about the different types of rocks and build their descriptive language by playing this game! There are many options you can use with these cards: 1.) Students can play traditional memory, where they turn all the cards over, taking
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This Plant Journal is excellent for students in the lower elementary grades! This can serve as a center point for a plants unit, or to supplement it. Students can use this journal to keep track of their own personal plant in addition to
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This is a hit with the kids! All you have to do is laminate and cut out and students learn all about the path food takes from your mouth (the starting line) to the toilet (the finish). Fun and interactive and the perfect way to learn about body
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This file includes directions as well as student worksheets for 5 awesome science exploration stations centered on exploring the properties of rocks. They can be used as individual lesson plans to support learning or as stations, where students can
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This activity is intended for the beginning of the school year. My students loved sharing their ideas about what Science is. It made for an excellent September bulletin board!
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I am a fifth-year teacher in New York City. I have worked with students in both special education and general education populations. I taught fifth grade, then third grade, and am now teaching Science to students in grades PreK-5! I love watching my incredible students learn and grow!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe in a multi-sensory, experiential approach to learning. I want my students to have opportunities to try new things and to get out into the world. I think it's important to do hands-on activities and I'm not afraid to make a mess!

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I have a BFA in Visual Art and a Masters Degree in Education, with a focus on Special Education.

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