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March 2019

The kid-friendly topic of Motion and Stability allows students to make predictions, carry out investigations, and make claims supported by evidence. So, let’s get the marbles rolling and bring on the pushing and pulling in the classroom as we learn about forces and interactions in this month’s issue of Science and Children.


Add to Cart Engineering Encounters: Balancing Engineering and Science Instruction
Science and Children, Mar 19
This column describes creating a classroom culture for engineering. This issue describes how to teach third graders about balanced and unbalanced forces.
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Add to Cart Engineering Spinners
Science and Children, Mar 19
A study of tops allowed third graders to explore the toys of past generations while learning about engineering design.
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Add to Cart Formative Assessment Probes: Describing the Motion of a Marble
Science and Children, Mar 19
This column focuses on promoting learning through assessment. In this issue, students describe the motion of a marble.
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Add to Cart Fraught With Friction
Science and Children, Mar 19
Supporting second-grade students’ thinking using the PEOE strategy
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Add to Cart Just Roll With It
Science and Children, Mar 19
Incorporating engineering into third-grade science
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Add to Cart Pushes, Pulls, and Playgrounds
Science and Children, Mar 19
Learning forces and motion through nonfiction texts and exploration on the playground
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Add to Cart Science 101: What’s Wrong With “For Every Action, There is an Equal and Opposite Reaction”?
Science and Children, Mar 19
This column provides background science information for elementary teachers. This issue explores Newton's third law of motion.
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Add to Cart Teaching Teachers: Evolving the Physics Mindset
Science and Children, Mar 19
This column enhances the repertoire of preservice and inservice teachers. Changing perceptions and attitudes toward the teaching and learning of physical science
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Add to Cart Teaching Through Trade Books: Interacting With Forces
Science and Children, Mar 19
This column includes activities inspired by children’s literature. The books selected for this month focus on different types of interactions between objects and ask students to consider what happens when a force is applied to an object.
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Add to Cart Tech Talk: Motion and Stability: Forces and Interactions
Science and Children, Mar 19
This column describes how teachers can integrate innovative educational technology in their classroom. This issue presents two simulation apps that target student learning in the Next Generation Science Standards theme of Motion and Stability: Forces and Interactions (PS2).
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Add to Cart The Early Years: Exploring Magnetism
Science and Children, Mar 19
This column discusses resources and science topics related to students in grades preK to 2. This issue directs children’s attention to the usefulness of magnetic force in everyday life.
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Add to Cart The Poetry of Science: Poetry in Motion
Science and Children, Mar 19
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Building literacy in playful, meaningful ways.
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