Introduce precipitation patterns for the states of Washington, Oregon, or California.
Color a worksheet or a bookmark and add notes or print a color worksheet or bookmark and add notes.
Compare the precipitation patterns in the 50 US States
Use resources to introduce the precipitation patterns for North and South America including creating a simple flip book.
Use additional resources in this post to enrich your science unit.
Are you gathering resources for teaching about the periodic table of elements?
I included a simple set of sorting activities in my product that introduces students to sorting by attribute.
Then, they can create their own periodic table.
Check out the amazing resources included with the product AND online resources that can make this topic an amazing addition to your science classroom.
I just posted a great product with resources, including: fun activities, presentations, math worksheets with delightful illustrations, puzzles, a word wall in both English and Spanish, and a simple assessment, and a web page with much more.
I’m sharing some of the best engineering suggestions here.
Click on the title to find much more!
It’s getting to be gardening time in our area so I wanted to share plant resources with you.
I found a fabulous short video at PBS about Plant Structures. In addition to the video, there’s a short essay, discussion questions, and a list of science standards.
Check out the other resources I collected for plant structures.
A familiar game with a new twist.
Use very simple materials to meet the challenge of figuring out strategies for moving markers to get three in a row.
Videos, knowing patterns, and visuals can help children (and grownups) learning the multiplication tables.
Use your detective skills to solve a Brain Box puzzle. Charts help you get started solving each mystery.
Use the clues provided by the Brainbashers site to piece together what actually happened at an event, gathering, or contest.
Activities that involve heat and cold.
Try them at school or at home.
Check out the poetry suggestions!
Something with simple materials that will fascinate children?
I collected several chemistry activities for your consideration, thanks to the Exploratorium Museum and Steve Spangler Science.
Make sure to check out the poetry suggestions.
Check out these resources from Sciencefun.org. I highlighted a few activities, specifically choosing ones that have simple materials and a video. It’s just a sample of the science activities on their site, pick what works best for you and, as a scientist, be safe!
There’s more from NASA, the National Science Foundation, and the Smithsonian.
Many great ideas for science at home!