Diana Chicas

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Recent Posts by Diana

Mon Apr 29, 2019 1:18 AM in SORTING
I have a question in regard to my lesson plan. I am over rocks and no longer want to use them in my lesson plan, so if anyone can help me by sharing any authenic activites that can be used to teach kindergartners about sorting by shape, color, and size it will be very helpeful! Thank you in advance! 

Sun Apr 14, 2019 12:07 AM in Teaching the Concept of Floating and Sinking to Younger Students
Hello everyone! I am planning a lesson around the concepts of floating and sinking for my first-grade class. I want to figure out how in depth I need to go when first introducing the concepts to the students. Is it enough to show students different objects floating and then saying that it floats or different objects sinking and saying that it sinks or should I explain to the students exactly why ...

Fri Mar 22, 2019 2:48 PM in Teaching Matter
I have a question in regard to a lesson I plan on doing. I wanted to give students different samples of matter in regard to the three states. What could I use for 3rd graders to know a gas? I mean of course the air in the room is something that can be used, but what are some other ideas? Also, what are some other activities that I can do to help students classify and describe the three states of ...