If you don't have any buttercups of your own for seeing if you like butter! Here is a pattern for you to make them! This is an excellent activity for science inquiry. You need bright yellow card stock, ribbon, the pattern and a hole punch. Of if you would like to make the flowers a different color … [Read more...] about Crafting Fun with Kids: Make Your Own Flower Ring
Boom Cards for Force and Motion Science surrounds the world around our students. Therefore, it is so important that students truly understand what they are learning. However, it can be hard to keep students engaged when dealing with complex information. That is why Boom Cards for Force and Motion … [Read more...] about Get Moving With Force And Motion an Excellent Digital Activity
Science Centers Students Will Love: Inherited Traits If hereditary and inheritance of traits is part of your elementary science curriculum this year, here is a fun idea for you! Why not make NGSS science standards come personally alive with activities your students will relate to? Read on for a … [Read more...] about How to Teach Inherited Traits Let’s Make it Easy and Fun!
Keep reading for your free STEM rocket activity! I hope you will teach your students about Lonnie Johnson. He is a famous engineer and scientist. He created something kids love to use! Students can learn about his work at NASA and how he became an inventor. What do NASA’s Galileo probe and … [Read more...] about Ignite Learning With A Free STEM Rocket Activity: Easy Directions For Fun Classroom Activity
Are you looking for an exciting, easy winter science activity? Did your students know that snowflakes are crystals? Whether you are in a region with plenty of snow or where it doesn’t snow at all, you and your class can grow a crystal “snowflake” that will not melt. Read on to get ideas for how to … [Read more...] about Do It Yourself Winter Science How to Grow an Amazing Snowflake!
Winter brings a lot of excitement for you and your students. What are the chances that your part of the country will be getting some frozen precipitation (or maybe you already have)! If you don't live in an area where it snows you can still help your students learn about winter! Why not … [Read more...] about Wonderful Winter Science Over and Under the Snow