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This is a classification activity you can do with your students. It is designed to accompany the Tumble Science Podcast for Kids episode "The Case of the Sparkly Mineral," which discusses the DANA classification system, and classification systems in
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This is a classification activity you can do with your students. It is designed to accompany the Tumble Science Podcast for Kids episode "The Case of the Sparkly Mineral," which discusses the DANA classification system, and classification systems in
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This resource is intended to go along with the Tumble Science Podcast for Kids' episode "The People of the Snow with Kelly Elder." It is a journal students can use to record observations relating to snow. To use this, have students go outside with
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This is a vocabulary sheet to go along with the Tumble Science Podcast for Kids' episode "The Secret Senses of Plants." Use this sheet before, during, and after listening to the episode which you can find here:
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I taught music and math in schools for 13 years before I quit my job to become a full time educational podcaster. My full time project, the Tumble Science Podcast for Kids, has been recommended by Common Sense Media and the New York Times as one of the best podcasts for kids. In 2016, it was named one of the best podcasts of the year by Apple Podcasts. It's often referred to as a "Radiolab for Kids," and has over 40 original episodes on topics ranging from dinosaur poop to pollution detecting robot eels. We focus on how science works, starting with questions from kids and stories from real, working scientists. We always aim for our podcast to fuel curiosity and active discussion.

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BA - Bowdoin College, 2002 MM - Texas State University, 2014

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We hear from teachers and homeschool parents everyday who use Tumble in their classrooms, in amazingly creative ways. We wanted to make it even easier for teachers to Tumble into their curriculum, with these educational packages. The reason I make Tumble is to share my passion for the process of science with kids. Only after I became an adult did I learn that science isn't just a bunch of facts to be memorized, but a process to learn new things about the world around you. That changed how I thought about science and the scientific process. I created these materials with this in mind.

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