Melanie Bajo

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Recent Posts by Melanie

Sun Nov 24, 2019 7:14 PM in Children's Literature
Hello, It is such a great idea to combine literature into a science lesson. I am also a current university student, studying early childhood education. I would love to hear more about how you successfully added literature to your lesson. Thank you for the great idea, I will be sure to use this in the future. 

Sun Nov 24, 2019 7:08 PM in Gardening at school with young children
I think starting a garden at school is an excellent idea. In my elementary school, the "Go Green" club made one and it was great. They would use it as a time to teach students the importance of preserving the environment. Waiting till spring may be a good idea, depending on the climate of where you live.  





Recent Reviews by Melanie


Sun Nov 24, 2019 7:26 PM
5 ELL Learners
This collection has a lot of resources that I found helpful for teaching students who are learning English. Teaching ELL students in any subject is challenging, especially for non-Spanish speakers. Luckily, I speak Spanish fluently, so it is a lot simpler for me. These resources are still great for helping teachers facilitate a learning environment that is productive for those students in ELL. Overall, great collection!






Recent Public Collections by Melanie




Nutrition
Type: SciPack
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Nutrition: What is Food?
Type: Science Object
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