Rosemary Montero

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Recent Posts by Rosemary

Mon Dec 01, 2014 12:43 AM in how to help your students?
I would suggest this website to help you in teaching your students. I have used this strategy and it has helped.

Mon Dec 01, 2014 12:40 AM in Turbines
One fun activity for the students to learn about sources of energy is to have them trace the energy from the point of use back to its original source. An example would be gasoline being traced back through basic oil to ancient fossilized materials to the energy from the sun that made that stuff grow. The students can draw each step and explain it.

Mon Dec 01, 2014 12:34 AM in Science lesson and time constraints
In my 4th grade class, we are starting the unit on heating insulators and conductors. I do not know how to approve this topic; does anyone know what activities I can use to teach the students about insulators and conductors in heat? I taught electric conductors and insulators unit, the activity took long than I thought. Do anyone have any suggestions on how I can teach this lesson with a shorter a...

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3 Resources

Earth and Sky: Grades K-4
Type: SciGuide

A Close-Up Look at the Red Planet
Type: SciGuide