Cori Lyn Shikuma

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Recent Posts by Cori Lyn

Thu Nov 03, 2011 7:34 PM in Earth Science
Thanks Carolyn!

Thu Nov 03, 2011 1:46 PM in Earth Science
Does anyone teach 4th grade science and taught slow and fast changes in the earth? I have lots of hands on activities for the students to do, but would like some feedback on assessments that they give. In the past years I had all these pictures of the slow and fast changes as well as captions. They had to cut and past the pictures and the captions, match the captions with the correct pictures a...

Thu Nov 03, 2011 1:41 PM in Earth Science Videos
I agree too, Discovery Ed is an awesome resource. Try checking with one of your resource teachers from district for your school, we got free membership for it and it make life so much easier, they have lots of Magic School Bus and Bill Nye videos that the students love to watch!





Recent Reviews by Cori Lyn


Tue Oct 18, 2011 8:50 PM
4 Rocks
I teach an inclusion science class that consists of 10 special education students and 12 regular education students. Our class is also grouped homogeneously. I am currently teaching Earth and Space Science and also covering Physics. Although the Rocks SciGuide was geared to middle school, I am still able to use the lessons, materials, and ideas but modify them to my standards. The Rocks SciGuide was a very useful tool for me. I like how it gave me resources to content, hand on investigations, lesson ideas, and assessments for teaching about the rocks There were three sections: 1) Formation of Rocks 2) History of Rocks. When you click on either one of them, they give you specific lesson plans, hands on activities, and all sorts of valuable materials that you can use in the classrooms. I was able to use those lesson plans and modify them to the needs of my students. But having the lessons there to use as a model really helps.


Wed Oct 12, 2011 9:04 PM
4 The Changes in the Earth and Ski Grades K-4
I teach an inclusion science class that consists of 10 special education students and 12 regular education students. Our class is also grouped homogeneously. I am currently teaching Earth and Space Science. The Changes in the Earth and Sky (K-4) SciGuide was a very useful tool for me. I like how it gave me resources to content, activities, and assessments for teaching about gravity and the seasons and how it affects our solar system. There were two sections: 1) Gravity and 2) Seasons. When you click on either one of them, they give you specific lesson plans, hands on activities, and all sorts of valuable materials that you can use in the classrooms. I was able to use those lesson plans and modify them to the needs of my students. But having the lessons there to use as a model really helps.