Thu Sep 08, 2016 8:21 PM
The Ultimate Fizz
After reading this article by Mary Hecksher, I was curious how some of these activities would work with my daycare students. It would be nice to test them out before I am in the full swing of teaching. This artile encouraged students to push themselves further and think outside of the box!
Also, this article is a great tool for teachers because it gives detailed instructions, an activity, a table to record date, and discussion questions for the class to talk about! This is a good tool to use when teaching your students about physical science.
Thu Sep 08, 2016 8:17 PM
Box up your Habitat
After reading this intriguing article by Gatto and Hart, I was so interested in this and emailed my host teacher to let her know about it. What a neat idea and great way for children to learn about different parts of the state and country! I have already thought of a few different ways to modify it. For instance, in you own state! Great hands-on activity that is sure to tach your students about life science!
Thu Sep 08, 2016 8:14 PM
Record of Climate Change
After reading this interesting article by Tina Harris, I was even more interested in teaching my future students about climate change. This article gives key important details about our climate that our future generations need to be informed about.
Moreover, older students who are educated with this article will be able to use a hands-on web based activity that shows how scientist work to piece together and record Earth's climate. It has great graphics for visual learners and provides useful information on understanding the Earth's History, which helps with understanding climate change.