Faith Slinger

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Recent Posts by Faith

Wed Apr 10, 2019 4:58 PM in Motivation
Hi Elizabeth,  I am an Education major at the University of Northern Iowa and in a science methods class we recently talked about incorporating play into the classroom through STEM experiences. The main reason to do this is so that the students have free reign of thier learning and can learn many different things through play. Some different methods of playing that us future teachers experienc...

Sat Mar 30, 2019 10:00 PM in Periodic Table
I would suggest using a interactive periodic table online. I have found various good and reliable interative periodic tables online, so there might even be some for younger students too. Also puzzles help me learn and songs. So possibly coming up with a song to teach the periodic table could be a new and fun strategy. Hope you find a strategy that works for you! Have a great day!

Sat Mar 30, 2019 9:55 PM in Gardening at school with young children
I would personally start a small garden right away at the new preschool. You could even start by growing things in a little pots just so that the students could get an idea of how plants grow. Then once you get settled into your new building you could start a bigger garden. Hope this helps. Have a great day!