What is a scientist
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Kayce Anderson saved to Raising Arrows Academy
I've created this I Am a Scientist Unit so our future scientists can learn and research about what a scientist does and the tools they use.
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What is a Scientist? Anchor Chart
April Barritt saved to Scientific Method
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Back to School Science Freebie Craft
Melissa Perry saved to Science experiments
Brighten up your classroom with this selection of adorable posters to teach the scientific method. This resource also includes mini cards to have students practice the steps of the scientific method. This activity is the perfect way for students to review the steps of the scientific process. The four styles of posters include: * Pastel Polka Dot * Zebra Print * Black and White Polka Dot * Chevron Rainbow All you need to do is print, laminate, and cut them out! Your students can use the mini…
Ms Barbara saved to School
I’m thrilled to be guest posting on the ALSC blog today to share a science program I offer at my library. Little Scientists is a preschool program geared for children between the ages of 3 ½ to 5 years old. The activities in my science programs are designed to introduce preschoolers to the wonders of science while satisfying their growing curiosity through books and interactive, hands-on learning. In each 4-6 week session we cover a variety of topics from Forces, Plants and Living Things…
Amy Commers saved to Programs for Preschoolers