Tiffany Williams

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Recent Posts by Tiffany

Sat Sep 06, 2014 12:17 AM in The needs of plants - light?
Hi Diane, You could have the children to plant some seeds in two separate plastic cups and watch it grow over time. Place one in a dark area and the other near the light and they will notice that one will grow faster than the other. The bean sprout plant usually will give pretty fast results. You should be able to see real progress with in a month.

Sat Sep 06, 2014 12:13 AM in Kindergarten Science
I was trying to think of a way to remember what each of the stages do, then I went to my children and asked them. My children started singing a song with hand movement: Precipitation (hand going down) Condensation (hands going up) Evaporation (hands waving side to side) This is kind of hard to demonstrate with out you seeing it but just make up a song with movements explaining the different s...

Sat Sep 06, 2014 12:08 AM in Favorite Science Activities for First Grade
One thing I did with fifth graders when studying the tectonic plates was graham cracker and chocolate chip cookies to represent the plates and chocolate icing to represent the magma in the crust. I also used this to show the difference between divergent and convergent plate boundaries. It was really fun!!!

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Cells and Chemical Reactions: Basics of Metabolism
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Chemical Reactions

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After the Bell: Developing Sun Sense—Learning about protection from the Sun’s rays
Type: Journal Article