Julia Satterfield

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Recent Posts by Julia

Thu Nov 24, 2016 8:56 PM in Teaching the Seasons
Hi, I really enjoy this lesson. I like the idea of using props to display the seasons. This makes the seasons very relatable to the kids because they tend to know the kinds of outfits you wear during the year. The activity using clay is great because of how hands-on it is. I believe all students love clay and using their hands. The evaluation idea is very effective as well.

Thu Nov 24, 2016 8:50 PM in Science For Early Childhood
Hi, I agree that the ooze, that you read about in the Doctor Seuss book is a great activity to do with the kids. Making the ooze will show the kids how it can be a solid and a liquid at the same time. This would be a great activity to do in the subject of solids and liquids. It is also very hands-on and exciting for the kids to do. They will love to play with the ooze and become curious about it's...

Thu Nov 24, 2016 8:50 PM in Science For Early Childhood
Hi, I agree that the ooze, that you read about in the Doctor Seuss book is a great activity to do with the kids. Making the ooze will show the kids how it can be a solid and a liquid at the same time. This would be a great activity to do in the subject of solids and liquids. It is also very hands-on and exciting for the kids to do. They will love to play with the ooze and become curious about it's...





Recent Reviews by Julia


Tue Nov 08, 2016 2:27 PM
5 Earth and Space Review
The Earth and Space collection was very informative and resourceful. I enjoyed seeing many types of resources in this collection. All of the resources help to build the concept that is at focus. The collection included book chapters, journal articles, an NSTA press book, a podcast, and more. Pulling these resources from different places is a great way to ensure that you are studying the best possible information. I found the podcast to very neat and helpful. When working with kids, and the topic more toward 5th to middle school grade levels, the students will enjoy watching videos and using them as learning tools. The book chapter, Earth and Space Science, gives you a great look at some tools that can be used with this concept. The chapter gives you a run through of ideas, instructions and assessments. Science 101: How Does the Motion of the Earth Affect Our View of the Sun? is another wonderful resource, providing the reader with visuals and diagrams to best support the text. Solar System: The Earth in Space is a resource that I used myself. Much like the scipack that we have used before, it has layers and layers of information and text that take you through each aspect for the subject. I also enjoyed seeing The Next Generation Science Standards and the Earth and Space Sciences because it is great to see standards of this topic and how they affect future lessons.


Tue Nov 08, 2016 2:27 PM
5 Earth and Space Review
The Earth and Space collection was very informative and resourceful. I enjoyed seeing many types of resources in this collection. All of the resources help to build the concept that is at focus. The collection included book chapters, journal articles, an NSTA press book, a podcast, and more. Pulling these resources from different places is a great way to ensure that you are studying the best possible information. I found the podcast to very neat and helpful. When working with kids, and the topic more toward 5th to middle school grade levels, the students will enjoy watching videos and using them as learning tools. The book chapter, Earth and Space Science, gives you a great look at some tools that can be used with this concept. The chapter gives you a run through of ideas, instructions and assessments. Science 101: How Does the Motion of the Earth Affect Our View of the Sun? is another wonderful resource, providing the reader with visuals and diagrams to best support the text. Solar System: The Earth in Space is a resource that I used myself. Much like the scipack that we have used before, it has layers and layers of information and text that take you through each aspect for the subject. I also enjoyed seeing The Next Generation Science Standards and the Earth and Space Sciences because it is great to see standards of this topic and how they affect future lessons.






Recent Public Collections by Julia


The Solar System FA#3

6 Resources



Scope on the Skies: Between the planets
Type: Journal Article
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The Solar System
Type: SciPack
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