Angelica Munoz

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Recent Posts by Angelica

Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:48 AM in The Importance of a Classroom Safety Contract
I think a quiz is great, but since lab safety is very important I feel like a game could be better. Maybe you can do a quiz outlaid where you randomly choose a student and ask them a question , if they get it right then they get a point. the top 5 winners will get a prize like chocolate or extra points.

Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:28 AM in Teaching Science to Kinder
Hello Brenda, I just did this lesson and my kids did a nature walk. What I did to engage them was I brought plants I purchased at Home Depot the day before. The plants were only $1.25 so they weren't that expensive. I had four tables so each table got 1 plant and I had one for demonstration. Before I took my students for a nature walk, I let them explore the plants and play with them. This got th...

Mon Apr 16, 2018 12:22 AM in classroom management during experiments
Hello, Some of the things I do when we are doing an experiment is tell the students the expectations ahead of time. For example, on one occasion we were working on procedural text and we made lemonade. I was prepared for misbehavior when I passed out the ingredients, therefore I told the students my expectations before I passed out anything. When I passed everything out I had to remind them once...

Recent Public Collections by Angelica


2 Resources

Science 101: Can Electromagnetic Waves Affect Emotions?
Type: Journal Article

Looking At Density From Different Perspectives
Type: Journal Article