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Free Hidden Picture Activities - Mrs. Thompson's Treasures

Free Hidden Picture Activities - Mrs. Thompson's Treasures

This is mah science project all finished, and it's awesome! It was a project for the layers of the earth and we could choose to make it edible or not, and mine is edible! If you're wondering, it's ...

This is mah science project all finished, and it& awesome! It was a project for the layers of the earth and we could choose to make it edible or not, and mine is edible! If you& wondering, it& .

Four types of fossils for interactive journal

We are currently studying fossils and dinosaurs as we are reading “The Enormous Egg”, by Oliver Butterworth. We made these Four Types of Fossils Models. Each student needed one individu…

structure of the earth - cut out for science journal...super informative about plate tectonics and mentions the two theories as well as different mountain formations.  Use this one!

structure of the earth - cut out for science journal.super informative about plate tectonics and mentions the two theories as well as different mountain formations.

Harry Potter Themed All About Magical Me. Use this printable page to have your students introduce themselves at the beginning of the year.

This "All About Magical Me" is the perfect addition to any classroom. Use these as a beginning of year activity, then laminate and hang around the room for a great student-created decoration.

Volcanoes, tonal sky, colour mix volcano, collage lava, perspective in river of lava

Volcanoes, tonal sky, colour mix volcano, collage lava, perspective in river of lava

Starburst Rock Cycle for Kids: Easy, Fun and Yummy! I am definitely doing this over the weekend!

Education 325 (Earth Science) Starburst Rock Cycle for Kids: Easy, Fun and Yummy! Could easily make sedimentary rocks (with pressure and Starburst) in the classroom. The other types of rocks would be harder as you need heat.

Teaching Science With Lynda: The Rock Cycle with Interactive Notebook Ideas for Science

Here is a great lesson idea for teaching the rock cycle. Start with crayon shavings. What do they represent in the rock cycle?

Rocks and soils display by our Head teacher

Rocks and soils display by our Head teacher