Lauren Boggs

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Recent Posts by Lauren

Fri Dec 11, 2015 1:47 PM in Use the textbook a lot?
I'm in a 5th grade Science and Reading classroom (weird combination but it works) and we just started using the STEMscopes notebook. I have never seen a Science textbook in this classroom.

Fri Dec 11, 2015 1:44 PM in Phases of the Moon
My 5th graders are about to start going over the phases of the moon. We have created the moon boards where the students stick their head in a whole and rotate the board and they can see the phases. What is another cool activity to do besides this one if there needs to be a reteach (besides Oreo cookies)?? Thanks! Attached is a picture of the boards: Blog with moon phases board

Wed Dec 09, 2015 4:59 PM in Getting girls involved in Science
This is a significant concern. I am placed in a 5th grade Science classroom and this issue is very apparent. The boys are ALWAYS excited to start Science and I have noticed the girls are rarely ever excited. However, this is not true for every girl but many of the girls in my placement feel "blah" when it comes to Science. Along with all the other great advice on this thread, I think making the Sc...