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Fun Space Activities for Kids that help them to explore the solar system!

Solar System Activities for Kids

Solar System Activities for Kids - fun hands-on science & play. Space unit This sounds like something your girls would like Schmeltzer Lanham

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We Will Rock You rock cycle song. Catchy song/rap with cool rock photos. Will try with with our grade rocks/minerals unit.

Need to read. Learning shouldn't be about copying and reciting word for word

How to Get Your Students to Take Better Notes: Good Teaching Techniques " Stump the teacher. Tell students to create a tough question. Stumping the teacher earns extra credit.

Make Slim for the kids and store in Mason Jar!

My son would love this! Glow in the dark slime= FUN! Ingredients: 1 - bottle of clear or blue gel Elmer's glue 1 cup of warm water tablespoons of glow-in-the-dark paint Green Neon Food Coloring 2 teaspoons of Borax cup of warm water

FREE: Inference Activity – Reading Between the Lines: Match the Statement Card to the Emotion Card. Information: Inference Activity, Inference Game, Making Inferences *Free Worksheet Printables *

Inference Activity Activity Look at the pictures and make inferences based on what you see. Match the inference cards to the correct picture. Information: Inference Activity, Inference Game, Making Inferences

Foldable for the earth's rotation around the sun - the reasons for the seasons by annabelle

This place has some great science and history ideas for the third grade. These could be edited to work with a higher or lower grade. Third Grade Thinkers: Science: Earth Cycles Need to make sure its accurate to prevent misconceptions!

Fractions

Another Pinner said:Fractions Anchor Chart. This chart is a great reference for students, especially during independent practice. I think it would benefit them most if they made it with you.

Make a beautiful and handy stargazing guide! Why not add boxes to tick when you see the constellation in the sky, so that it becomes a stellar treasure hunt?

Make a beautiful and handy stargazing guide! Why not add boxes to tick when you see the constellation in the sky, so that it becomes a stellar treasure hunt?

Students select two unfamiliar and interesting words from their own reading. After becoming "expert" or "master" of these words students design a card which provides a series of clues so that a partner (who does not know the secret words) can guess the words.

Students select two unfamiliar and interesting words from their own reading. After becoming "expert" or "master" of these words students design a card which provides a series of clues so that a partner (who does not know the secret words) can guess the wo

What Do We Do All Day?: FIve Moon Activities for Kids

Five Moon Activities for Kids

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