Daniella Tangherlini

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Recent Posts by Daniella

Mon Dec 04, 2017 8:01 AM in Gardening at school with young children
I love your idea to expose the students to gardening and agriculture from such a young age. Taking care of a garden will not seem like such a daunting idea if it becomes part of the routine. You could assign student to be garden people every week and you'd be surprised how well they can take care of it when its part of their routine like putting their bookbags in their cubbys.

Mon Dec 04, 2017 7:58 AM in Kindergarten Science
Hello Natalie, There are various ways of incorporating science into kindergarten. A great way to do this is by using a 5E lesson plan to teach kindergarten physics. This can be accomplished with having the students use a hot wheel going down a ramp hitting a wooden block, the students can make observations on this and come up with predictions about why they think the wooden block reacts differe...

Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:47 AM in Class Pet
Hello, After you ensure all the students are free from allergies from possible pets you can select, i would go to the pet store and try and get some recommendations from them . I think fish would be the best class pet because the students can see and interact with them without risking hurting themselves or the animals. Students can learn a lot from aquariums! Hope this helps!!





Recent Reviews by Daniella


Wed Apr 05, 2017 10:58 AM
5 Collection Review
I enjoyed this review because all the articles are very informative and interesting. I like the variations from journals to pdf files. The collection is very edcuations in an engaging way.






Recent Public Collections by Daniella


Parts of a Plant

6 Resources



Podcast: Bees Can Teach Science! Meet Standards by Studying Pollinators in the Field and Classroom
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Second-Grade Soil Scientists
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Food Chain/Food Web

8 Resources

This a collection about food webs.



Podcast: Biological Hazards in Food: Survival and Growth
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The Truth About Wolves
Type: Journal Article
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