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The science center in my classroom is always a busy place. Students can observe, experiment, create, construct, classify, compare and question. Students are natural-born scientists. They are curious and eager to explore the world and everything in it! As teachers, it is our job to nurture their scientific spirit and help students form questions, investigations, collect data and share their conclusions. Make your science center amazing to enhance their experiences! Plus, I have a few freebies…
chaleen baatjies saved to Group 5
These 5 hands-on ways to sort by color are a great way to engage students in this essential early learning skill!
Tara Byram saved to Preschool Classroom
Hello! The My Big World magazine for April is here and it has been one of our favorites so far! We were learning about Animals in the Rain and Seeds! We started our month with a nature science center that included the following topics: insects, seasons, wind, nature, day and night, seeds, tornados, and plants. We explored and sorted seeds. We planted our own seeds to take home. We worked on our classroom garden. Join the fun! Sign up for a 30-day free trial to My Big World today! Keep…
Jill Hauser saved to Teaching ideas
Our science center is stocked with lots of cool magnets and magnetic objects. We started with a basic magnetic/non magnetic sort, and have slowly added more interesting items for the students to explore. This is a pencil with round magnets on it, stacked so that they will repel each other. The preschoolers love to take them off, and put them back on again to see if they will attract or repel. On another day, I added a tub of paper clips and a magnet wand taped so that it would hang off the…
Science Curriculum for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten. Plus tons of ideas for the science center and science table. #preschoolscience #sciencecenter #prekscience #kindergartenscience
Tiffany Dennis saved to Teaching
Description Learn all about the body and teeth (aka dental health) through hands on explorations in your classroom! Use a small table or a small bookshelf to create an engaging science center full of hands on materials for students to explore and investigate using the included printables, vocabulary cards, book, anchor charts, and discovery pages (science journal pages)! Included are two read aloud books, Me and My Body and All About Teeth for circle time, anchor charts, and a suggested book…
Krisenda Weil saved to Preschool classroom ideas
Science center set up ideas and information for pre-k, preschool, or kindergarten classrooms. Science experiments, lessons, activities, printables and pictures to help you set up and organize a science center in your own classroom to make learning fun.
Hena Bilal saved to toddlers and preschoolers
One thing readers most request is inexpensive (or free) teaching materials. Here is the first “Teach with Trash” idea, and I plan to have more to come. This is a science activity using empty tissue boxes. You can either save empty ones as they are used up at school, or ask parents to send them in. You only need six empty tissue boxes. The tissue boxes will be used to
Stephanie Torres saved to Sensory Activities
PinterestFacebookEmailTwitter The science center in my classroom is always a busy place. Students can observe, experiment, create, construct, classify, compare and question. Students are natural-born scientists. They are curious and eager to explore the world and everything in it! As teachers, it is our job to nurture their scientific spirit and help students form questions,...Read More
Kizzy Jackson saved to Science
Your science center doesn't need to take up much space - see how we've used ours over the school year!
Melissa saved to Classroom Ideas