Alicia Mochizuki

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Recent Posts by Alicia

Sat Oct 27, 2012 4:20 PM in Special Education and Science
Thank you Adah for all the articles!

Sat Oct 27, 2012 4:18 PM in Sinking bubbles
Hi- I've done the will it float egg activity with first graders: http://reekoscience.com/Experiments/FloatEggInSaltwater.aspx#.UIw_TKNv_QI They students loved it. They got to add the salt into the water using a teaspoon. We made predictions and then counting how many teaspoons of salt it needed to make it float. We also made observations about the color of the water as more salt was ad...

Sat Oct 27, 2012 4:03 PM in How Does Your Garden Grow? Teaching Botany
We just had a field trip to the pumpkin patch in Hawaii. The students got to pick their own pumpkins. As a activity for life cycles, talked about the life cycle of a pumpkin and completed a worksheet. We then planted seeds from a pumpkin. Each student got their own container, dirt, and 3 seeds. They are waiting patiently for the seeds to sprout. I was reading over the this thread and had ...





Recent Reviews by Alicia


Sat Oct 06, 2012 4:40 PM
4 Review of Nutrition Sciguide K-4
I enjoyed reading this sciguide. It has a lot of useful information as an educator (e.g., possible lesson plans, links to other websites about nutrition). It also helped me create lesson plans and I found links to use to meet student IEP goals.