Karla Hernandez

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Recent Posts by Karla

Tue Apr 02, 2019 7:35 PM in 5E Lesson Plan: Animal Body Coverings
Hi Josselin!  That is such a great topic for students to learn the difference between animal body coverings. So you can begin your lesson by showing a BrainPOP video to engage the students and get them wondering about what animal body coverings. Also for one part of your lesson, you should do an activity like giving all your students a white construction paper and make a T-chart describing fur...

Sun Mar 31, 2019 11:09 PM in 5E Characteristics of Water Ecosystems
In my explore section, I am showing the students a video of songs with rivers. I am trying to come up with a different explore?  Does anyone have any ideas of what I can do differently that can help me engage the students?  Thank you,  Karla Ayala 

Sun Mar 31, 2019 10:36 PM in STEM in the Classroom
Thank Destini for sharing! I definitely agree with you and that is such a great idea on how you can implement STEM in your classroom. Students can investigate how the weather is by just looking up to the sky. There are many other ideas that you can do. I am currently a student teacher and my mentor teacher takes the kids to our garden that is on our campus and have the kids explore.    Than...