Does your preschooler ask you big questions about the world around them? When my 3 year old wanted to know 'what makes night', I answered her with this simple pre-k science activity, featuring the sun and the Earth. | Space | STEM | STEAM | Science for Pr

What Makes Night? A Simple Pre-K Science Activity

Does your preschooler ask you big questions about the world around them? When my 3 year old wanted to know 'what makes night', I answered her with this simple pre-k science activity, featuring the sun and the Earth. Space STEM STEAM Science for Pr

Space: A Week-Long Solar System Unit with Activities and Printables for Kindergarten and First GradeYour students will have a blast learning about the solar system with this thematic unit!  Daily lesson plans include literature suggestions, activities, art, writing, phonics, and math.

Solar System Unit for Kindergarten and First Grade

Earth’s Place in the Universe Interactive Organizers contains everything you need to create interactive science notebooks for your astronomy unit. This 221 page resource is aligned to the Next Generation Middle School Earth and Space Science Standards, following sequentially down MS-ESS1. $

Earth’s Place in the Universe Interactive Organizers

Earth’s Place in the Universe Interactive Organizers for an interactive science notebooks for earth space unit. This 221 page resource is aligned to the Next Generation Middle School Earth and Space Science Standards

Planet Smarty Pants: 5 Minute Science: Tornado in a Jar

5 Minute Science: Tornado in a Jar

“How Do Tornadoes Form” is an animation from TED-Ed that features storm chaser James Spann and directors Iuri Araújo and Guilherme Araújo exploring the science behind the formation of the deadly la…

This interactive science notebook includes information and graphic organizers for the water cycle, weather, and climate. This 378 page resource is aligned to the Next Generation Middle School Earth and Space Science Standards, covering ESS2-4, ESS2-5, and ESS2-6. $

Weather and Climate

This interactive science notebook includes information and graphic organizers for the water cycle, weather, and climate. Earth's Systems Weather and Climate Unit Interactive Organizers contains everything you need to create interactive science notebooks.

A bright and colourful poster that explains the difference between the rotation and revolution of Earth. We used this as part of our Science Night and Day unit.

Rotate vs. Revolve - Night and Day Poster

Earth and Space- A bright and colourful poster that explains the difference between the rotation and revolution of Earth. We used this as part of our Science Night and Day unit.

Start the school year off right with this FREE first chapter of The Earth Science Interactive Notebook series: Intro to Earth Science. The concepts in this chapter will introduce some key vocabulary and enable students to start understanding the different systems of Earth and all the branches of science that Earth Science entails. Each chapter in the series will showcase many activities for the students (both middle and high school) to process the information given by teachers.

Start the school year off right with this FREE first chapter of The Earth Science Interactive Notebook series: Intro to Earth Science. ************************************************************************* NOTE: This chapter

This week we started our unit on space and we’ve been having SO.MUCH.FUN learning all about the Sun, the Earth, and the moon! Can I just tell you how impressed I am by how much information my kiddos have learned in just a few short day… It just goes to prove that when kids are engaged, learning takes place To begin our unit, I decided to tackle one of the biggest MISCONCEPTIONS I noticed my class was having…. Many of the kids believed that the Sun travels around, the Earth. Can you blame...

Earth’s Orbit Misconception

This week we started our unit on space and we’ve been having SO.MUCH.FUN learning all about the Sun, the Earth, and the moon! Can I just tell you how impressed I am by how much information my kiddos have learned in just a few short day… It just goes to prove that when kids are engaged, learning takes place To begin our unit, I decided to tackle one of the biggest MISCONCEPTIONS I noticed my class was having…. Many of the kids believed that the Sun travels around, the Earth. Can you blame...

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