Lindsey Ballinas

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Recent Posts by Lindsey

Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:49 PM in Kindergarten activities
Thank you Kodi Wilson. I was finding it hard to come up with ideas to teach the Kindergarten class I am student teaching in. I went to the website you provided and saw so many engaging and interesting ideas. I never realized how much science is in everyday activities such as finger paining with shaving cream. I can't wait to share some of the cool activities with my kinder friends, thanks again!

Sun Feb 04, 2018 5:07 PM in activities to introduce science in a early grade level
Hello, I am currently student teaching in a Kindergarten classroom and I am finding it hard to incorporate science into the schedule. There is a designated time for science in my classroom but I have yet to see science really be incorporated. I am wondering what are some ways I could tie science into another subject like reading or math?

Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:50 PM in STEM programs
Hello, I am in my first semester of student teaching and I am placed in a kindergarten class. I was finding it hard to think of ways to implement STEM into Kindergarten but everything you said is totally true. I see my students using STEM every day. When they are in centers and exploring the legos, they are building and using engineering skills. When my students are making sure only 4 students are...