Danna Garcia

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Recent Posts by Danna

Wed Apr 03, 2019 9:05 PM in Food Webs Lesson Plan- 4th grade
To engage students, playing a game might get students attention. Having students explore and figure out things by themselves is important, so having activities where they work in small groups and are able to discuss is good. Having an activity where they prentend to be the organisms and figure out who eats what, might be engaging and it allows them to use their prior knowledge to figure out how t...

Sat Mar 30, 2019 1:47 AM in Lesson Plan on Food chains- vocabulary
I am teaching a science lesson on food chains. What are ways I can teach/ review vocabulary with the students in a way that keeps them engaged and is not just going over the definitions?

Sun Mar 24, 2019 3:24 AM in 5E Lesson Plan: Food chains
I will be teaching a science lesson to my third graders on food chains. My engage is a read aloud with the book "Hey diddle diddle," and although the book rhymes alot and seems engaging, I believe it could be more.  How can I make a read aloud on food chains more engaging? Could I do an activity that involves the whole class while I read it out loud?