Taylor Charlton

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Recent Posts by Taylor

Tue Mar 20, 2018 3:55 PM in Science in Kindergarten: What Does It Look like, Sounds like?
Hi Kathleen! I recently did a fun lesson with my kindergarten class over what they see in the sky. We all went outside and sat down. While they were sitting I asked them to look up at the sky for a solid minute without talking or playing with anyone near them. After the minute was up, we went back inside and I had them sit in their spot on the floor. Together we discussed things we saw in the sk...

Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:27 AM in Growing Excitement for Science
Hi Chanel! I think there is so many activities to chose from that will help you excite your students. Try to incorporate some hands-on and engaging activities with your class! This will get them excited to act out the experience and actually be able to perform the task. I will attach a link to a website that has a lot of great hands on activity ideas! https://www.education.com/activity/science...

Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:14 PM in How TO???
I think students get more excited about science when they witness how passionate their teachers are about the subject. Also keeping science fun and connecting it to the students everyday lives will keep them interested in learning the topic. Students also love technology, so incorporating technology into the lessons will keep them intrigued.