Reina Reyes

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Recent Posts by Reina

Mon May 08, 2017 10:07 PM in Assessing students ideas' about plants
This was really cool because it gets the students thinking and involved. It gives you many types of different plants to show to the kids. It also includes sheets to give to the students to assess them on what they’ve learned, in this case what are and what aren’t plants. What they need to grow and what they don’t need to grow. They get the chance to do this individually and also together as a gro...

Sun May 07, 2017 7:43 PM in Plants and Pollution
This one was really cool because it gives you a step by step guide on how to approach and expand the students learning of plants and pollution. It asks a series a questions that will for sure will involve a bunch of critical thinking and answers all over the place. This also includes some mathematical and reading and writing. It had measuring of the plants growth as well as keeping track of it on ...

Sun May 07, 2017 7:34 PM in Teaching through trade books- What happens to seeds?
This is one of my favorites. It tells you what to talk about seeds for different grade levels and how to approach it . There are experiment ideas and the core standards are provided for it. If in doubt about how to conduct the experiment or how to expand after wards, there are many ideas in this. Younger kids can plant their seed and watch it grow. While older kids get to compare the seeds environ...





Recent Reviews by Reina


Sun May 07, 2017 7:32 PM
5 Plant growth
This is one of my favorites. It tells you what to talk about seeds for different grade levels and how to approach it . There are experiment ideas and the core standards are provided for it. If in doubt about how to conduct the experiment or how to expand after wards, there are many ideas in this. Younger kids can plant their seed and watch it grow. While older kids get to compare the seeds environment. At this rate, the kids will have consumed enough information on seeds at a younger age to know the comparisons. Really good resource to use during the spring time leading up to mothers day even .Growing plants can be super fun and exciting. You become excited to watch it transform from a seed to a beautiful plant or flower. Easily can also be compared to how human growth is.






Recent Public Collections by Reina


Earth

11 Resources

This collection is about the background behind our planet Earth. The history and ways to understand our planet and how we can protect it.



External Resource: New Horizons: Orbit and Spin
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External Resource: Living with a Star: Educator Resources for Understanding Connections Between the Sun and Earth
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