Cloud Freebie!Thanks for checking out this freebie! I love teaching my students about clouds every year. Theyve all had the experience of finding different cloud shapes in the sky, and are fascinated to learn about different types of clouds and the weather they predict.Like what you see?
When osmoregulation is compromised. The cholera story, told efficiently in this NYTimes article today, is flush with biology concepts, the nature of science, and the theory of knowledge. This article would make for a great end-of-year culminating activity where students align the material in the article with the concepts, processes, and science practices they've learned in the course.
I am so impressed by this app! I teach 7th grade life science. My students are fascinated by this app. The details are great. I love that there aren't directions. They just have to explore and interact. They've learned so much from it. I also have a 6 and 9 year old and they are enjoying the app. It's great that the 6 year old doesn't have to read
Physical Science Task Card Bundle - 400+ Task Cards! from Nitty Gritty Science on TeachersNotebook.com - (165 pages) - Over 400 Physical Science Task Cards that students can use to review the material they've learned all year long! Pairs perfectly with The Complete Physical Science Interactive Notebook.
Smart Gifts: Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, & Math Toys for Kids
Get kids excited about science through food, and spend part of Winter Break playing and learning together. Kits can bridge your kids' interest in cooking and eating into a passion for chemistry. Maker Shed has three popular sets. Brew-It-Yourself Root Beer Kit, Make Your Own Gummies Kit, and Edible Chemistry Kit. Pair your kits with a fine book that places what they've learned in context. My friend and science evangelist Kishore loves the Theo Gray books, but my six-year-old son can't…
Fun activities and crafts for plastic eggs AFTER Easter. What do you do with them after they've been found, opened and emptied?
JCPenney’s Shutdown List, A Futuristic Fabric, and Neil the Lady-Killer
JCPenneys Shutdown List A Futuristic Fabric and Neil the Lady-Killer SCIENCE! (thank you) As if this dude isnt the shit already. This is the best. One of the most famous scientists in the world won a gold medal for the University of Texas at a national Latin Ballroomcompetition in 1985. LONG READ OF THE WEEK: This. Is. Fascinating. There is a plan in place for when Queen Elizabeth II dies. This is not a surprise. But the context the history the plans it is worth the time. Take this for…
This is Not your Parents’ Buddhism-- This article, written by Denise Nguyen to help promote the Viet Wake Up event in Southern California this past Spring 2014, was aimed at Vietnamese young adults who may have been turned off by Buddhism because of how they've learned or didn't learn about its deep teachings from…