The Water Cycle Activities Interactive Notebook
Your students will learn about evaporation, precipitation, condensation, water reservoirs, rivers, lakes, groundwater, oceans, and wells with this hands-on science interactive notebook.This product includes:Vocabulary & definition flipbook (cycle, the sun, water cycle, water)Brainstorm cycles fl...
Play Create Educate | Nuttin' But Preschool
Play Create Educate with free printables & preschool information galore! An abundance of themes, coloring pages, art projects, center activities.
Water Conservation Awareness Activity - Adventures in Learning
Teach kids about water conservation with this fun water conservation activity that demonstrates how precious water truly is to so many across the globe.
Homemade Water Filter Science Project
Investigate how to filter water using paper towels, kitchen roll and coffee filters to make a homemade water filter science project.
Why Should I Save Water? (Why Should I? Books)
Why Should I Save Water? (Why Should I? Books) [Green, Jen, Gordon, Mike] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Why Should I Save Water? (Why Should I? Books)
New Literacy Centers
Wednesday I presented at the Northeast Alabama Early Childhood Conference. I had so much fun and got to meet the fabulous Kim Adsit. I ...
See, Think, Wonder: Developing Thinking Routines in the Classroom
Today I thought I'd share a strategy I use to help my students communicate their thinking during the inquiry process. See, Think, Wonder is a thinking routine I use with my students to help them think critically about an object or idea and express their ideas with others. See, Think, Wonder is a strategy that…
25+ Totally Awesome Science Fair Project Ideas For Kids
Check out these amazing science fair ideas for elementary students! Each of these science projects are simple enough that your child can take the lead!
Properties of Water Lab #1 - Water's Cohesive Tendency
While your kiddos might not understand what a hydrogen bond is, with a few simple materials, they can witness the attractive force at work as they explore water's cohesive tendency - or in 'kid speak', how drops of water like to stick together. Materials spray bottle water wax paper drinking straw Completing the Lab Provide each student with a piece of wax paper and a drinking straw. Using a spray bottle, spray a small amount of water onto the wax paper. Invite students to observe the water…