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Save time and get your students studying at home! Have a great science unit on Solids, Liquids, and Gases planned but need something students can take home to

Cleaning water experiment - (2nd-8th grades) - Need: pitcher, 2 see-through containers, gravel, sand, coffee filters, dirty water.

Wonders of Water Science Project - Making Clean Water: After learning about pollution and water conservation, you could have your Brownies split into groups and make clean water that has been "polluted" with dirt and other sediments.

Lesson plans + extension activities for every Magic School Bus show.

Lesson plans + extension activities for every Magic School Bus book! My students LOVE Magic School Bus! High Students love the Magic School Bus too!

This is a hand-out worksheet I could use and help the students fill in so they would have a diagram of the water cycle to look at. KR

Weather : All About Weather- Math, Literacy, and More

Weather Unit - Math, Literacy, and SO Much More! (Aligned to Common Core) I use this for my 3 week unit on Weather. All the centers are made in color and some

Comparing cells foldable

Cards {and} Cardigans: Student Project Display; Great ideas for displaying student work when you have SO many students! Also great shutterfold Cells Booklet.

Science Units Wall Display- large pieces of butcher paper gets fixed to the wall at the beginning of the year (with titles). As you cover the various units, glue "big idea" visuals onto the butcher paper! The display grows throughout the school year!

Tons of science notebook ideas, also social studies ideas. And a great bulletin board idea!Love love love thisTons of science notebook ideas, also social studies ideas. And a great bulletin board idea!

Tornado In A Jar #cpshanahan

Tornado in a Jar: jar, water, dish soap. How to: Fill the jar with water, squeeze in some dish soap (just a little), and shake!

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