Emily Pierson

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Recent Posts by Emily

Mon Nov 24, 2014 2:36 PM in Weather and Elementary
I think that is a great idea. When I observed students in a fifth grade class they were learning about weather and they all had chants and short songs to remember the different kinds of weather they could see. It makes the material more engaging and easier for the students to remember.

Mon Nov 24, 2014 2:35 PM in Weather and Elementary
Kindergarteners love to draw and to talk about their drawings. Reading a poem or a book with the students about different kinds of weather could be a good introduction to weather for the class. Then you could talk about different simple kinds of weather (sunny, rainy, etc.) The students could tie in their own experiences from different kind of weather by creating a picture and then writing a se...

Mon Nov 24, 2014 2:31 PM in Combining Science with Art
Science is connected with describing and taking notes of what is seen through observations. I think that art can be integrated with many different types of lessons. Students are asked to write about what they see in their science experiments and to connect with those who enjoy drawing, the teacher could have the students also draw and label what they see in their experiments. For further art i...

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