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Scientists and Science Careers

Science TEKS 3.3C, 4.3C, and 5.3C ask students to connect grade-level appropriate science concepts with the history of science, science careers, and contributions of scientists. Science TEKS 6.3D a…

The mysterious chemical bond. Chemists need tools to further understanding. The model used depends on the result desired. Chemical Bond, Science Writing, Chemist, Canning, Models, Templates, Home Canning, Modeling, Conservation
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The Chemical Bond - What Model Can We Choose to Represent It? - Quirky Science

The mysterious chemical bond. What best represents its behavior? Chemists need tools to further understanding. The model used depends on the result desired.

Super Health Foods Most Health Food Nuts Don't Eat - Quirky Science Science Writing, Health Foods, Junk Food, Eat, Healthy Foods, Clean Eating Foods, Healthy Food, Health Products, Healthy Diet Tips
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Super Health Foods Most Health Food Nuts Don't Eat - Quirky Science

You've got your junk food. Then you've got health food. Most people will eat one or the other. But then there's super health foods. Who eats those?

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How Far Can Perfect Eyes See? An Ideal Earthly Scenario - Quirky Science

If you stand in Virginia, could you see California if nothing blocked your view? If you had perfect eyes and the atmosphere was completely clear?

HowStuffWorks "Stringing, Sine and Spatter Shapes" "€Also good for visualising survival stories, and visualising the knowledge of a detective or hunter when you're writing"-Cortessa Book Writing Tips, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Prompts, Ju Jitsu, I Am A Writer, Forensic Anthropology, Forensic Science, Forensic Artist
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How Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Works

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Second grade, individual writing. How to carve a pumpkin writing craft activity - perfect for fall! Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Resources, Science Writing, Kindergarten Lessons, Craft Activities, Teaching Ideas, Daily 5
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How To Carve a Pumpkin Writing Activity - The Creative Classroom

This past week my second graders learned how to sequence the steps of how to carve a pumpkin. This skill is one we are practicing all year long. The students loved having a craft activity that went along with their writing. We started by thinking about the steps it would take to carve a pumpkin. […]

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Facts About Lead and Lead Poisoning

We've been hearing a lot lately about the lead levels in Flint, Michigan, so I thought it might be interesting to learn more about this very common metal and how it can be toxic to the human body. The Basics about Lead The chemical element commonly referred to as lead occupies position 82 on the Period Table of the Elements. With an atomic weight of 207.2, it is considered to be a "heavy metal", along with copper, zinc, iron and manganese, but unlike these minerals, which in small amounts…

Facts About Lead and Lead Poisoning Lead Poisoning, Science Writing, Natural World, Halloween Diy, Decorative Bells, Things To Think About, 1, Facts, Vase
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Facts About Lead and Lead Poisoning

We've been hearing a lot lately about the lead levels in Flint, Michigan, so I thought it might be interesting to learn more about this very common metal and how it can be toxic to the human body. The Basics about Lead The chemical element commonly referred to as lead occupies position 82 on the Period Table of the Elements. With an atomic weight of 207.2, it is considered to be a "heavy metal", along with copper, zinc, iron and manganese, but unlike these minerals, which in small amounts…

Is it fair to compare an atom with a molecule? Well, consider what we learn if we try comparing ⁴he with ²h₂. Science Writing, Academic Writing, Maths, Shit Happens, School, Natural, Schools, Nature
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Comparing ⁴He with ²H₂ - An Atom with a Molecule?

Is it fair to compare an atom with a molecule? Well, consider what we learn if we try comparing ⁴he with ²h₂. The results may surprise you.

End of Unit Habitats - Have the students write bullet facts in computer lab and then draw pictures to complete. Fourth Grade Science, Elementary Science, Science Classroom, Teaching Science, Science For Kids, Earth Science, Science Activities, Science Writing, Science Fun
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Habitats

A Teacher Blog by Jessica Meacham

We're Going on a Bear Hunt Algorithm Coding Activity- Children can learn about building an algorithm while retelling a story. The algorithm story sheet is available for free at Mom Kids Computer, Computer Coding, Computer Science, Lego Coding, Coding Class, Science Writing, Learning Tips, Kids Learning, Steam Activities
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Coding Activity- We're Going on a Bear Hunt Algorithm

This coding activity based on the events that take place in the book We're Going on Bear Hunt was a hit with my kindergartners, second graders, and my son.

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Today In First Grade

I love the seasons and weather. It is by far one of my favorite science units. Now... that being said, can I just say it is hard to talk about the seasons where I teach. I mean really... it pretty much looks the same here year around. Sure we have a few leaves change, but nothing like the pictures and books describe, so the seasons are actually difficult for my kids to really grasp. But we push on anyway with pictures and descriptions of the way places look in the various seasons. So...to…

The Ultimate List of Science Experiments for Kids Looking for kids science projects to try? These science fair project ideas are perfect for elementary kids who love science and science activities! Kindergarten Science Experiments, School Science Projects, Easy Science Experiments, In Kindergarten, Preschool Science, Kid Science, Science Writing, Summer Science, Science Crafts
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The Ultimate List of Science Experiments for Kids

Looking for science experiments for kids? These school science projects for kids are the perfect science projects for kids to use for school science fairs and science learning with kids!

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The Holidays In Rewind.

I don’t know if it’s just me that feels like time is passing by at warp speed, but this past semester has been INSANE. I feel like I blinke...

Beware Of Giant Hogweed: Dangerous Plant Spotted Across North America - Found in gardens, ditches, and even in parks; but avoid giant hogweed at all costs. The invasive plant is incredibly dangerous to those who touch it. Invasive Plants, Poisonous Plants, Giant Hogweed Plant, Dangerous Animals, Macabre, Botanical Gardens, Mother Nature, Hercules

Chemistry of the Giant Hogweed: A Macabre Cloud with a Silver Lining?

The Giant Hogweed is a hot topic in the U.S., U.K. and Europe, as well it should be! The chemistry of this plant produces horrific blisters that can kill.