Sabrina Galloway

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Recent Posts by Sabrina

Mon Oct 31, 2016 9:54 AM in Engineerin units for Kindergarten
I think using the blocks in their stations and the idea of building something, would be a good way to show them how engineers think. They have to find what works best, and sometimes that is through trial and error for kinder babies. Hope this unit goes well for you!

Mon Oct 31, 2016 9:53 AM in Future teacher
When teaching about Magnets, I like to have my students put two magnet things and 1 non-magnetic things within a water bottle. Then close the bottle, and run a magnet on the outside. The magnetic items will cling to the magnet, and the other will not. It's a fun way to show them what magnets can do!

Mon Oct 31, 2016 9:51 AM in Future Teacher
I am in a first grade classroom, and I will say, science is so great if it's hands-on and relatable to them. If you are going to teach light energy. Show them what it means to turn off a light, and how that means the light energy has stopped. Teach them the difference between natural light energy and man-made energy through the things in your classroom. Hope this helps!