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4th Grade Science

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The Best Teaching Tools for Learning Vocabulary! – Student Savvy

All teachers have their favorite go-to methods for teaching vocabulary words to their students. It may be the use of word walls, flashcards, analyzing the root word, or simply the repetition of writing down the word over and over. Interactive VocAPPulary™ is a simple, yet effective way for students to learn vocabulary on a specific

Your students will love making this educational version of the classic worms-and-dirt snack! Use this activity alongside a lesson on the layers of the soil. You may want to do it at the end of your soil unit as a special treat. This activity is very simple, so here’s a quick summary of what you’ll...

Your students will love making this educational version of the classic worms-and-dirt snack! Use this activity alongside a lesson on the layers of the soil. You may want to do it at the end of your soil unit as a special treat. This activity is very simple, so here’s a quick summary of what you’ll...

Find the perfect STEM Challenge for 4th grade NGSS in Energy. Energy transfer, potential & kinetic energy, and more are covered. Click through to the blog for details. #4thgrade #STEMchallenge

Find the perfect STEM Challenge for 4th grade NGSS in Energy. Energy transfer, potential & kinetic energy, and more are covered. Click through to the blog for details. #4thgrade #STEMchallenge

Explore how temperature helps something dissolve with this hand-on STEM experiment, Hot Chocolate Science.

This hot chocolate science experiment is a fun way to learn about how temperature affects the rate at which hot chocolate dissolves.

Makes me wish I taught 3rd grade science. And that I had some Oreos.

If all school lessons were taught with Oreos, I'm sure we'd all be so much smarter by now. Australian Telescope and Binocular store Optics Central put together this neat infographic on the different phases of the moon, as portrayed by varying amounts of Oreo creme filling...

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