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Us teachers know: the weeks before a break are nearly impossible to keep students engaged and learning. We are just trying to keep everyone alive and maybe entertained. Am I right?! The week or two after break can be just as challenging. We have to get our students readjusted to classroom procedures and learning. I … Continue reading 4 Ways To Get Engagement Back After Break
Starting soon, I will be sending out detailed complete science lesson plans to save you all the planning time! Join today so you don't miss out when these get going. The first lesson plans will come out this Summer to stay ahead of your scope. You will receive weekly science lesson plans straight to your … Continue reading Coming Soon!! Teacher’s Workstation Science Lessons Newsletter
This past Spring, I created a full set of science review kits that covers each of the Assessed Curriculum TEKS for the 5th grade Science STAAR test. As I created these review sets, I realized how easy they would make distance learning online for students. So, I made them digital as well. The more I … Continue reading 10 Ways to Use 5th Grade Science Review Kits that Make Teaching a Breeze
Teachers around the country and world are being asked to plan two weeks of lessons that students can do at home. As if lesson planning wasn't challenging enough, right?! I have seen the questions posted across social media and facebook groups over the past week. What should we plan for students to do from home … Continue reading Science Lessons Students Can Do From Home
Welcome to the first post in a series of upcoming posts on Ideas for Teaching Science. I am hoping to give each of my fellow teachers out there enough ideas and materials to save hours of planning time. Why scan Pinterest for hours when you can find a collection of my ideas right here in … Continue reading Ideas for Teaching The Properties of Matter in 5th Grade
Vocabulary is essential in learning new things. The more vocabulary a student knows, the more they can assimilate new information. You have probably noticed a few words that are repeated quite often when reading through content area standards. Name, identify, describe, and terms are all words that indicate a student will be using vocabulary to … Continue reading The Big List of Engaging Vocabulary Activities for Science (Interactive Science Series)
5 ideas for getting you and your students ready for the STAAR test. Test prep that is fun, easy, and effective.
Lapbooks had been showing up in my Pinterest feed more and more, and I wanted to find the best way to use them in a science classroom. All the lapbooks I come across look fun and interactive, and I know students would enjoy creating and using them. Thinking over the many uses of a lapbook in a … Continue reading How to Create Lapbooks for the Interactive Science Notebook