Katherine Nguyen

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Recent Posts by Katherine

Wed Mar 21, 2018 12:23 AM in Science Projects.
Hi Henry, I definitely agree with you that once you're in the 3rd grade level and beyond that the school highly focus on the important subjects for STAAR testing. Sometimes it would be difficult for students to be working on science projects at home because they might not have the materials and support from the parents because they might not be able to help. I thought it is a great idea on how to ...

Tue Mar 06, 2018 6:31 PM in Animal Habitats!
Hi Natashia, Just some suggestion, but there is a habitat song that would ben engaged and catchy that the students could sing along to after listening to it (lyrics are provided!): The Habitat Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVPyjukPxFA . An idea for the create part is to assign each of your students an animal then have a recording sheet provided that shows: "My animal is ________." "My ...

Tue Feb 20, 2018 11:44 PM in 1st Grade Activities
Hi Danielle, I got an experiment idea if you were teaching about sound. It is affordable and simple ingredients: paper cups and ball of string! It's the paper cup telephone experiment. The vibrations caused by the student's voice passes through the string and reached their friend. Sound vibrations are similar to waves that moves within the string to reach the other end of the the string. When t...