Celina Velasquez

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Recent Posts by Celina

Sun Apr 26, 2015 11:19 AM in Your approach to teach about plants?
Planting a plant as a class is a great idea you can also bring other plants to compare. For example you can have one that does not receive sunlight or water to the one you do take care of. In our elementary we had a school garden and plants everywhere in the teacher always made us stop to observe them.

Sun Apr 26, 2015 11:12 AM in Fishing for Needy Families
Thanks for sharing I have a more open mind about science. Students should be aware of their surroundings and as a future educator I will take advantage of that. Learning about fishing opens a door to integrating life cycle, habitat, survival, and many more.

Sun Apr 26, 2015 11:04 AM in Teaching Science to Kindergarten in a Short Time Frame
Since they are in kindergarten students should have the opportunity to touch things, smell, observe wake their senses with providing objects they can manipulate. Conversations are going to be rich when students have the opportunity to answer open ended questions. Also incorporate science into reading. Students homework can be to observe their environment maybe a garden and can come back to share t...