Katherine Williams

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Recent Posts by Katherine

Wed Apr 03, 2019 10:51 PM in Science 2nd grade
Hello Jessica, for this unit it will be very interesting to have the students outside wearing sunglasses. You can give a lesson on explaiming the importance of protecting their eyes from the sun rays and how they should never look directly towards the sun. When it comes to night time, you can have the students observe the sky. They can draw in their science journal what they see. Then from their ...

Wed Apr 03, 2019 10:38 PM in Life Cycle Engage
Hello Gloria, I would say bring some chicken eggs to the classroom and have the students predict what happens to the eggs? Do they stay an egg forever? You can do the same for a plant seed have them predict what will happen to the seed if they were to plan it under soil and water it?

Wed Apr 03, 2019 10:36 PM in STEM in my classroom
I plan on implementing STEM by providing my students with hands on activities that are developmentally appropriate. I believe it’s important for students to be exposed at an early age to STEM because it could potentially help them out in the long run. As an educator I would hope that my some of my students be prepared to any career field that involves STEM. I believe technology is a big part of o...