Brittany Wasson

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Recent Posts by Brittany

Thu Mar 21, 2019 7:17 PM in Can you survive on the island? Basic Needs Lesson
Hi there! I am in a Kindergarten class, and I am teaching a lesson on basic needs. We just covered Living and Non Living, and now we are moving on to basic needs. I have a fun idea to "send my students to deserted islands" in the classroom where they will have to look though a stack of cards and pick out 4 things they think they will need to survive. I wanted to create "distractor cards" that are...

Thu Mar 21, 2019 7:05 PM in STEM in my classroom
Hi there! I am currently in my student teaching program at the University of Houston. Within my kindergarten classroom we really try to implement STEM. We have STEM bins that the students are allowed to use at stations that are by far my favorite. Each bin has different materials in it. One has Legos blocks that the students can build with. Another has connection sticks that the students can mani...

Thu Mar 21, 2019 7:05 PM in STEM in my classroom
Hi there! I am currently in my student teaching program at the University of Houston. Within my kindergarten classroom we really try to implement STEM. We have STEM bins that the students are allowed to use at stations that are by far my favorite. Each bin has different materials in it. One has Legos blocks that the students can build with. Another has connection sticks that the students can mani...