Hannah Leist

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Recent Posts by Hannah

Mon Dec 03, 2018 6:38 PM in How do we get students interested in Science?
Hi,  I've found that the classes/subjects that I am most interested in, is due to the fact that the teacher is excited about it! By simply showing excitement yourself about the topic, students will become interested. Science has so many fun experiment opportunities for a classroom to explore! Students can learn hands-on to learn! A fun experiment that we did in my current science class was exp...

Mon Dec 03, 2018 6:34 PM in Science For Early Childhood
Hi! I am a current student at UNI studying early childhood education. This semester, I have been studying this in a 3-year-old preschool classroom. There are so many activities that fit into center time that include science! I set up a water dynamics center this semester that included materials such as cups, cups with holes and of different size, funnels, eye droppers, and beakers. I started the ...

Mon Dec 03, 2018 6:28 PM in Kingergarten Tips
Hi Maddie,  This semester I incorporated a starting physics lab with preschoolers! I think that kindergartners would love it too. I created a water dynamics lab for the students to explore the flow of the water. They also used various materials and had 2-4 students at it at a time. To start the lab, I used a large tote and cups. Then I gradually added cups with holes, funnels, beakers, and eye...