Clouds! Incredible Weather
"April showers bring May flowers!" This is a fairly realistic saying here in the States. During the first part of spring it rains and storms quite frequently which helps to bring all the pretty flowers to life. Rain and storms go hand in hand with clouds. What are clouds? Clouds are made of tiny (smaller than you can see) water droplets. When they all come together they make a cloud. When these clouds become big they get heavy. The water begins to fall out of the cloud and that is what we…
Preschool Cotton Ball Clouds Activity
This preschool cotton ball clouds activity is great for preschoolers learning all about the weather. Have fun making clouds out of cotton balls and then use the printable to cut out and label all of your clouds.
Move to Learn in Science!
The next time your class is stuck inside on a rainy or snowy day, play the States of Matter Game or the Water Cycle Game to get your kids up and moving... and learning!
MFW Kindergarten - Ww is for Water
This week we studied Water! Unit 10 of My Father's World Kindergarten Printables pictured are from MFW unless othe...
3D Water Cycle Science Project for Kids
Easy science activity - build a water cycle project with LEGOs®! Preschool, elementary & middle school kids will love this 3D science model idea for environmental education.
Mini Water Cycle Fun - Classroom Freebies
Are you looking for a fun, hands-on approach to teaching students about the water cycle? Try making these mini water cycle models from rotisserie chicken containers! You can find the full details on my Corkboard Connections blog. Learn how I created this mini water cycle and used it to discuss evaporation, condensation, transpiration, and precipitation. ... Read More about Mini Water Cycle Fun
Simple Anti-Gravity Water Experiment for Kids
This post is part of a #sponsored blog tour on behalf of GenZ Read Together . I received complimentary access to the online stories and comp...
Simple Machines: The Projects
After a thorough investigation of simple machines, the kids picked what type of simple machine they wanted to become experts in. They could become experts in wheels & axels, pulleys, levers, inclined planes, screws or wedges. Each expert team created a poster about their simple machine including photos of examples, most of which we found around our school and playground! We couldn't walk anywhere without them pointing out examples of simple machines! Unfortunately I forgot to take a picture…
The Water Cycle | The Dr. Binocs Show | Learn Videos For Kids
Learn about the water cycle with Dr. Binocs. Hey kids! Ever wondered how it rains? Where does the water vapour disappear? Don't worry, Dr. Binocs is here wit...
Water - Writing about Mysteries
Pour It! Photo by Amy LV Click the arrow to hear me read this poem to you. Students - Last week I received a comment from a teacher who told me her students particularly liked this poem about how I see science as like writing, breaking out the light inside of us. Her words made me want to revisit some more old poems, ones that have never been on this site. Rummaging around in my files, I found this one about water. The poem had been getting dusty and lonely as I wrote it in 2002 and had…
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