SCIENCE Verbal Aid/Teaching Strategy: Providing information in multiple forms (such as this song) can help students recall information through different avenues. Attaching information to a catchy lyric will get stuck in anyone's head!
A visual model of the tooth that students can use to document their knowledge of teeth during Phase 3 of a Dental Health Project. Students will be able to match parts of the teeth on the diagram of the tooth.
Create a Water Cycle craft when you teach about the water cycle with this So Sweet Craft during your next weather unit. This craft is perfect to reinforce the topics taught during this science lesson and it works well as a science center too.
experiment with sugar and water to see what colors ants prefer - and look at their bellies. You can see what color of sugar water they are drinking. - Might try this with our kids some day! Kind of a neat experiment!
Planet cut outs. Key Concepts include: Position of the Earth in the solar system Print the worksheet on card stock, cut out, and have the students put the planets in order. Students could also number the planets to demonstrate order.
One of our favorite water cycle illustrations, especially for younger students. The image of the sun's rays reaching down to draw up water is a great way to represent evaporation. It highlights the driving force of the sun.