Farah Aziz

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Recent Posts by Farah

Mon Dec 05, 2016 12:34 AM in Sink and Float: Kindergarten
I have also conducted a similar experiment in my fourth grade classroom. The students were given a tub of water with a foil piece floating on top and had to predict what would happen to each item when it was placed on top of the foil, Once the students placed the objects on the foil, they had to write their observations. They had to complete three trials for the various objects and students report...

Mon Dec 05, 2016 12:27 AM in Science Trips
What are some ideas for science field trips that will be helpful for higher elementary students? I want to ensure that students are learning and are productive throughout the trip. Any possible science related location would be helpful!

Mon Dec 05, 2016 12:23 AM in Classroom Management Ideas
Try to use a method that is consistent so that students respond accordingly. One of the methods I use is clapping my hands in a certain pattern and having the students clap back. By doing this, I do not have to raise my voice to be heard. Another thing you could try is making a chant so that students have to respond back to you.