Grace Ann Burr

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Recent Posts by Grace Ann

Thu Sep 29, 2016 12:57 PM in Combining Science with Art
A couple things I thought of were to have your students make an animal of their own, either in 2D or 3D, and then they have to label the parts of their animal and give some information on it such as where it would live or what it would eat. And it definitely needs an original name. The other idea I have is for students to create a 3D ecosystem using a box. They are given a type of area (desert...

Thu Sep 22, 2016 1:18 PM in Kindergarten activities
One idea I like, which someone else may have posted, is an activity called 'walking water'. You have five clear, plastic cups all lined up next to each other, all half full of water. In between each cup you put a paper towel that is immersed on both ends in the two different cups. In the first cup you add some red food coloring. In the third cup you add some yellow food coloring. In the last cup y...

Thu Sep 22, 2016 1:10 PM in STEM and Fairy Tales
That's a really good idea! I like how you broke down STEM into something simpler that all students can relate to. Most students enjoy fairy tales and if you can incorporate fairy tales into science than that can lead the way for a love of science as well as so many more potential scientists!