I am excited about my newest science packs, Experiencing Matter and Experiencing Force. These are collections of activities designed to stimulate higher level thinking as students’ understanding of basic concepts increases. Experiencing Matter: These activities are student-centered and build knowledge from essential questions. To design these activities, I looked at the TEKS and the Next […]
Archives for July 2013
I’ve got another fun hands-on activity for your young scientists. Float your Boat! helps your students understand buoyancy and density. One BIG tip for this activity is to not get the Play-doh wet too many times and to dry it off. It becomes difficult to work with when it is too wet. This is a […]
Hi, Penguin Friends! I’m here, but I’m not. I am guest blogging at 4mulaFun today. Jennifer has an amazing blog dedicated to math and interactive notebooks, and today I’m sharing 5 tips to maintain meaningful notebooks. Head on over to see my 5 tips for maintaining meaningful interactive notebooks.
I get a lot of questions from teachers about science, products, selling on TpT, recommendations, etc. I try to help when I can, but there are definitely times I don’t feel qualified to respond. I wanted to give all of my readers a little info about myself and publicly answer some of the frequently asked […]
My newest product is for my primary grades Penguin friends. I’ve got Interactive Science Notebook Activities for primary grades ready for you! I had a lot of fun making this since it’s a bit of a change of pace from my 3rd-5th products. I created this with second grade in mind, but some could also […]