This is the first time I had a product pretty much complete then totally forgot about it. I made this about a month ago, but didn’t find it until I was organizing my files this morning. It’s a shame I forgot about it because I love it! This landforms unit includes 9 posters, 9 fold-ups, […]
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Have you used Interactive Science Notebooks? Thought about it? Stuck your feet in the water? I love them! If you’re new or even if it’s old news, I hope my posts on notebooks and science notebook resources can be helpful to you. See pics of my notebook. Browse by topic to see photos of my […]
Here’s another fantastic idea from a workshop with Terri Sessoms about how to address writing arguments in science. It’s similar to a KWL, but evidence-based, which we really need to consider as we focus more and more on text evidence and measurable or observational evidence from real-life experiences. The graphic below is based on an […]
A shift has occurred in education once again…this time with connecting science and literacy. Fear not! I’m starting a series of blog posts with simple, effective strategies to help you and your students make the connection. 🙂 Terri Sessoms, a presenter at NSTA, showed us a fantastic strategy to help students learn from informational science […]
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