Yamilet Sagastizado

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Recent Posts by Yamilet

Thu Mar 28, 2019 5:04 PM in Earth and Space
Hi Nancy,  An actvitiy that i was thinking is that students can work in four groups and in a station setup. Also have four differnet poster boards already split up into sections. For example, lets take the characteristic of size, you can slpit up that board into three sections, and each section represent a size (small, medium, and big). Same goes for the other three characteristics. Once all t...

Thu Mar 28, 2019 4:21 PM in Teaching First Grade About the Weather
Hey Glenda,  After reading your post and you mentioning that students will be learning about the temperature, i was thinking that the students could role play being a weather boy or girl. I have also seen people create a cloud in a jar, all you need is a cup or jar, food coloring (blue), water and shaving cream. You fill the cup/jar with water then put sahving cream on top of the water, and th...

Sun Mar 24, 2019 10:31 PM in 5E Lesson plan: Earth and Space
Ive been working on a lesson plan for my scince class, and it is about students recognizing how landforms such as deltas, canyons, and sand dunes are the result of changes to Earth’s Surface by wind, water, or ice. I have been trying to figure out what other types of activities i can do and use in future classrooms, or any suggestions on websites, books, videos, that can help create activities fo...