Fabriely Martinez

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Recent Posts by Fabriely

Sat Dec 05, 2015 10:16 PM in Time for Science
Hi I think using books is a great way to branch out from reading into science. For example, you can use books like "The very hungry caterpillar" by Eric Carle to teach sequential order as well as the life cycle of a butterfly.  Another book if "The loarx" by Dr. Seuss this book has interesting vocabulary as well as a lesson for environmental science. It can be related to deforestation, pollution, ...

Sat Dec 05, 2015 8:37 PM in Life Cycle Lessons for Kindergarten
I have done a life cycle lesson using "the very hungry caterpillar" book by Eric Carle. This can help the student see the different stages of the life cycle. The egg, the caterpillar, the cocoon, and the butterfly. This can also be branched out to other animals and a start a lesson into sequential order. The students can categorize the different levels of growth and even count the meals the very h...

Sat Dec 05, 2015 8:17 PM in Physiology/Anatomy Project Ideas?
Hi, I took anatomy in high school and i remember my teacher giving use a project about creating your only arm. You can work in a group of 3, use any materials, and it must be able to pick up an object. This project made us identify the ligaments and main muscles used in grasping your fingers around an object. we also had to make a power point with the materials we uses and take pictures of the pro...

Recent Public Collections by Fabriely

Solar system

10 Resources

The solar system is a fun and interesting for students of all ages. This is a collection of journals, objectives, and videos on the solar system.

External Resource: Planetary Images
Type: External Resource

External Resource: Play the Solar System Switch-a-Roo!
Type: External Resource