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Food Chains and Food Webs lesson comes with a list of examples of food chains and food webs. Learn all about Food Chains and Food Webs.

So, here's the scoop! A STEM teacher friend of mine (Renee of Science School Yard) gave me some advice about working with first and second graders and tackling STEM Challenges. It's simple: READ THEM

5 Books for STEM Activities You Can Do Today (in Grades 1-2) (Teachers Are Terrific!)

A STEM teacher friend of mine (Renee of Science School Yard) gave me some advice about working with first and second graders and tackling STEM Challenges. It& simple: READ THEM

Jack and the Beanstalk measuring activities:  Kindergarten BLOG

Jack and the Beanstalk

Reading in the Content Areas 1 The students read Jack and the Bean Stalk with their teacher and then move on to do little experiments where they have to read and understand the questions.

Tiny Teaching Shack: States of Matter (Solid, Liquid, Gas)

Tiny Teaching Shack: States of Matter (Solid, Liquid, Gas) This is not sold in stores. This is an exclusive limited edition engraving only sold

End of the Year STEM activities and ideas for the upper elementary classroom!

End of the Year STEM Activities!

These End of the Year STEM Challenges have science, technology, engineering, and measurement activities for your upper elementary kids that will really get their brains going until the end of the school year!

This experiment demonstrates static electricity in action. Electricity was discovered by Benjamin Franklin. His birthday is January 17th. What a great way to celebrate his birthday learning learning about this very important discovery by doing an easy electricity science experiment! Rate the activity: Easy Supplies needed: Plastic Spoon One Teaspoon Salt One Teaspoon Pepper Wool …

Ben Franklin - Easy Electricity Science Experiment

This experiment demonstrates static electricity in action. Electricity was discovered by Benjamin Franklin. His birthday is January 17th. What a great way to celebrate his birthday learning learning about this very important discovery by doing an easy electricity science experiment! Rate the activity: Easy Supplies needed: Plastic Spoon One Teaspoon Salt One Teaspoon Pepper Wool …

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