Erin Williams

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Recent Posts by Erin

Mon Dec 01, 2014 6:04 PM in Seating Charts
When creating a seating chart I think it is important to create heterogeneous groups with your students. If you put all of the high performing students at one table and the low performing students at another, they will know who you consider "smart" or "dumb". Using a random system can be beneficial. I would recommend using cards. Have each student draw a card and depending on the card, that is the...

Mon Dec 01, 2014 5:59 PM in Science in Kindergarten: What Does It Look like, Sounds like?
I have found a few great books that my students loved to read when it came to introduce science. The Very Hungry Caterpillar is an obvious choice but The Snowy Day is a great one to talk about states of matter. After reading the book, you could ask students what they think happens to the snowball if they don't know already. They could create stories about what happened to include writing into your...

Mon Dec 01, 2014 5:55 PM in Outdoor Activities
In my college course we created giant bubbles outside. This activity used two long wooden dowels, washers, a bucket of our bubble mix, and wind. It was a great activity for college students working on becoming teachers. This activity could also be tweaked to work for younger grades. You could make the dowels small and have students try to make the largest bubble, This lesson could be used to talk ...

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