TeAira Singleton

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Recent Posts by TeAira

Wed Feb 07, 2018 2:53 PM in Hands On Activities
Yes Katiana I've done the Make your own putty activity before in my middle school class over the summer, they really enjoyed it and wanted to do it everyday. I think this hands on activity not only gave them something they could play with but it enhances their learning experience they wanted to learn more after and even weeks after wanted to do more, Now they might have just wanted the putty but ...

Tue Feb 06, 2018 8:13 PM in Gardening at school with young children
I think the idea of the garden is fantastic! Letting the students see what they are doing from start to finish gets them not only invested but excites them. It is also a very creative way to learn about science.





Recent Reviews by TeAira


Wed Feb 07, 2018 2:16 PM
4 Sparrow
This accumulation incorporates an assortment of assets to help with thoughts on the best way to show understudies about conditions of issue. The States of Matter and Particulate Nature of Matter Collection is very informative. The particulate idea of issue is basic to a comprehension about how components and mixes, assets talking about nuclear structure. This collections also allows kids of basically all ages to get informed, from elementary to high school. My favorite resource from this collections is Fun with Phase Changes. I always have like this part whenever it was taught in class so I liked how it was on here. I noticed it was only for elementary and middle but you can always grow with this and make it more in high school. The Fun with Phase Changes is by David Purvis and he published it on February 1st, 2006. He also really has his heart in hands on activities which I think most people can agree with that that is the most interesting and most fun way to learn. I know a lot of kids really want to learn about science and giving them a hands on activity just enhances their experience on it.


Wed Feb 07, 2018 2:14 PM
4 Sparrow
This accumulation incorporates an assortment of assets to help with thoughts on the best way to show understudies about conditions of issue. The States of Matter and Particulate Nature of Matter Collection is very informative. The particulate idea of issue is basic to a comprehension about how components and mixes, assets talking about nuclear structure. This collections also allows kids of basically all ages to get informed, from elementary to high school. My favorite resource from this collections is Fun with Phase Changes. I always have like this part whenever it was taught in class so I liked how it was on here. I noticed it was only for elementary and middle but you can always grow with this and make it more in high school. The Fun with Phase Changes is by David Purvis and he published it on February 1st, 2006. He also really has his heart in hands on activities which I think most people can agree with that that is the most interesting and most fun way to learn. I know a lot of kids really want to learn about science and giving them a hands on activity just enhances their experience on it.






Recent Public Collections by TeAira


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Science 101: Q: How Do We Distinguish Between Living and Nonliving Things?
Type: Journal Article
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