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Kindergarten students explore wind through strategies designed to reach students of all abilities.
This article was very useful and helpful. As I have been finding ways on how to teach about the sun to kindergartners, this source discussed how to teach weather, specifically wind, to young children. I found the ways in which you can expand upon the lesson to be interesting as well, especially where it states to gather data on what type of clothes children where to school to see how the temperature and precipitation make them feel.
This article gives excellent ideas on how to teach science to all students, including those with some physical impairment. The article focuses on how to teach about wind but the methods could be used with all science topics. Several resources are also given.
Betty Paulsell (Kansas City, MO)
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