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Friday, July 29, 2016
Here is a link a viewer sent to me.
I've been searching the web lately for elementary teacher websites to share this great idea I have. I have two kids and have always been trying to come up with new ways to educate them at home. One activity I came up with that has been a soaring success has been forensic science activities. They don't even know they're learning science! I updated my website with these fun, learning activities and have been sharing it with as many teachers as I can find. If you have the time and think it'd be as valuable a resource to your students and parents as I do, I'd love it if you could share the link on your website. It really is such a great way for parents to teach their kids at home and have them learn science in a way that they don't even know they're learning! Anyway, here's the link: http://www.criminology-degree.com/forensic-science-for-kids.html Best regards, Allyson
Here is a link from a viewer.
Just thought I'd share this video with you. My 12 year-old daughter and I sing the ABC's while playing 26 instruments. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-vKw7-IQH8 If the link doesn't work, just search YouTube for "ABC's instruments".
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Jackie sent this to me from one of her kids at a science youth center.
One of the kids, Marcus, did some research on his own and helped to create this page about simple machines
Here are some links from Michael at http://scicamps.org/.
Learning Styles | Teach.com http://teach.com/what/teachers-teach/learning-styles
5 Strategies to Ensure Student Learning
Introduction to STEM in the Classroom
A Guide to Classroom Technologies that Increase Learning: An Educator’s Resource http://highspeedinternet.com/blog/resources/a-guide-to-classroom-technologies-that-increase-learning-an-educators-resource
Technology in the Classroom: The School of the Future
Smartphones as Tools for Education: Getting Smart With Smartphones
Math for America: Teacher Resources - Lesson Plans & Activities
Math Lesson Plans from Teach-nology
TryEngineering | Lesson Plans
Engineering the Future: The Educator’s Guide to Building and Construction http://www.homeadvisor.com/r/educators-guide-to-building-and-construction/
Science in the Classroom
Science Lesson Plans for Teachers