Dennishia Bailey

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Recent Posts by Dennishia

Mon Dec 01, 2014 10:52 AM in Weather and Elementary
I want to try to keep a classroom weather journal in my future classroom to keep track of the weather each day. We could discuss the weather of the day at the beginning of class. I would keep a journal so we could go back and compare the weather from previous days, weeks, or months.

Mon Dec 01, 2014 10:33 AM in Student Teaching
One tip I can give about student teaching is to get know all of the teachers on your grade level team. Although you will spend most of your time with your CT, the other teachers on the team will be a great resource with more ideas than you can imagine.

Mon Dec 01, 2014 10:27 AM in What Children's Books Do You Use in Science Istruction?
“The Magic School Bus: Ups and Downs a Book About Floating and Sinking” is a good book to use for teaching density/ floating and sinking. You can even find the episode of the show online.

Recent Public Collections by Dennishia

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4 Resources

Nutrition: What is Food?
Type: Science Object

Nutrition: What Happens to the Food I Eat?
Type: Science Object