Thanks for sailing over to The Science Penguin! Do you use Interactive Notebooks? I started with them 6 years ago and have learned what works and what doesn’t from (a lot of) trial and error. These are all things you can do BEFORE school starts to make sure you’re prepared. When students see that you […]
Archives for July 2014
This post is all about the behavior of light. I use a lot of hand motions and concrete examples to teach this unit. We make up hand motions for all of the vocabulary words and practice them. We identify how light responds to objects in the classroom. Here’s a collection of resources and ideas I’ve used […]
It’s about that time of year. One of my favorite things has always been getting my classroom ready! If you teach science, I have some amazing resources for you to make what you put on your walls purposeful and attractive. Let’s get started! #1 “You May” Board This resource (shown in the photo above) was […]
My new website is ready to be unveiled. Welcome to My Interactive Science Notebook! This website is a user friendly way to access ideas and photos for Interactive Science Notebooks. I don’t know how this site may evolve over time, but I hope you enjoy it! Thanks!
Hello again Penguin Friends, After completing the 5th grade NGSS Interactive Science Notebook, I made the 4th grade version. I’m pretty excited about this one! Which states have adopted the Next Generation Science Standards? California, Oregon, Nevada, Washington, DC, Kansas, Kentucky, Illinois, Maryland, Delaware, Rhode Island, New Jersey, and Vermont Can this be used if […]