Araceli Venturini

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Recent Posts by Araceli

Wed Nov 09, 2016 1:50 AM in Earth Space Science Kindergarten
I really liked the idea of having the students going outside and drawing their shadow or the shadow of a flag pole. Exposing students to this activity since kindergarten will help them understand the concept of the sun moving across the sky. I like the suggestion of having students explain why the have the misconception of "the sun simply rises upwards in the morning and then sets downward at nigh...

Wed Nov 09, 2016 1:25 AM in Science Not Really a Subject
I am currently completing my student teaching year in a second grade classroom. My cooperating teacher is the math and science and around noon, our student switch to our partner's classroom who teaches reading. Being able to be in a math and science classroom has allowed me to see that science is a very important subject. After reading these posts, I have realized how lucky our school is that we e...

Wed Nov 09, 2016 12:56 AM in First Day of School Science Activities
Thank you for all these great ideas! My cooperating teacher began the first day of school with a safety video that was appealing to the students because it was a song. I am in a second grade class and have learned that no matter the age, children love songs! I would add a game board on lab safety to support this topic because we played it in our science class and it was so much fun!