Virginia E Lopez

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Recent Posts by Virginia E

Sat Apr 15, 2017 8:56 PM in Science Fun for Students
In college my favorite part about my science class is that it is HANDS ON! Something that is hands on and lets you explore has your attention. You are not simply memorizing something, but you are discovering on your own with your teacher assisting you.

Sat Apr 15, 2017 8:55 PM in First Grade Science Lesson
I did a lesson on food cycles. It was a 5E, I would recommend that you take a lot on 5E because it is hands on and students are thinking through out the lesson.

Sat Apr 15, 2017 8:50 PM in Animals in the class
I have seen the caterpillars with the butterfly cycle. As far as having a pet you need to make sure your school approves of it. I would get to know the students before getting a class pet. Some students will play with them or be too distracted. Some of our caterpillars died because students would touch them when the teacher was not in the classroom or they were not careful around them.

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Things I need

Natural Resources: Close to Home
Type: Journal Article

Natural Resources: Outdoor Classrooms
Type: Journal Article