I am so excited to share this super cute activity with you! Here in central Texas, we don’t get much snow, but students can still learn about animals that live in snowy climates. This activity can work great while studying nonfiction or habitats, or can be just for fun! Students can create a snow globe […]
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It’s almost soil time! Students get tricked on questions about retention of water by soil all the time. The best way to help them understand is to use the vocabulary while testing the capacity to retain water themselves! This activity includes 3 student recording sheets that can be glued in their science notebooks. Students record […]
I’m free for a week! I think everyone in my class needed the break. If you’re still in school this week, I’m sorry to gloat. I’ll stop. 🙂 I completed something I’ve been compiling for a while now: Vocabulary Posters and Quizzes! There are 9 matching quizzes divided by topic and 68 illustrated half-page vocabulary […]
There are times I miss teaching multiple classes of science now that I’m self-contained in 4th, but I’ve really grown to LOVE teaching reading. Now that we are going deeper into nonfiction, I have the opportunity to bring in some more science with my reading instruction. I’ve been working on a variety of resources for […]
If you’re looking for great activities for notebooks to add to your labs and reading for science, you’ve come to the right place! You can create these with your students or get the templates from my TpT store. Click the pic to check out the All in One Science Notebook File on TpT.