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We've all Gone MAD! - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
We’ve all gone MAD…scientist at our school! Today was science day! Every teacher in every grade pre-K- 5th grade experimented on with their students! First Stop Mixtures and Solutions: Second Grade Pumpkin Science in Third Grade: Pumpkin Dissection Pumpkin Bread Mr. Herzog and Mrs. Moon Mrs. Fermin Fourth Grade: Gak Lab States of … #WorkFromHome
Oreo Moon Phases Activity
Let’s enjoy a bit of edible astronomy with this Oreo moon phases activity project. Have you ever noticed the changing shape of the moon! Let’s explore how the moon’s shape or moon phases change over the course of the month with a favorite cookie sandwich. Learn the moon phases with this simple moon craft activity and snack. Explore the moon with neat STEM activities all month long. #STEMactivities #kidsactivities #STEM #STEAM
Exploding Sandwich Bag experiment
Here's what you need: sandwich-sized ziploc bag (I used a generic brand and it worked fine!) 1/4 cup warm water 1/2 cup vinegar 1 tbsp. baking soda toilet paper Put baking soda in toilet paper to make a packet. Put water and vinegar in sandwich bag. Hold packet of soda toward top while you seal the bag. Shake bag to mix and set down quickly either outside or in sink.
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Gas Laws Manipulative - something I learned from another AP chemistry teacher years ago. Continuing the tradition of instructional sharing - I passed on the trick to a group of chemistry teachers today. Cover the variable that is constant (in the problem) and observe the relationship between the other two variables. #chemistry
Independent, Dependent & Control Variable Practice
I use this worksheet as a review (for students) and an assessment (for me) to gauge student understanding of basic concepts in science. Students are given problems or questions and asked to identify control, independent and dependent variables for each.I have uploaded this in a .docx format so you can modify and differentiate to fit your students' and classroom needs.
Experimental Design Steps & Activities | Scientific Method Steps
Experimental Design - Identification of Variables: The three types of variables you will need to discuss with your students are dependent, independent, and controlled variables. Use this example in your lessons, or delete the answers and set it as an activity for students to complete on Storyboard That.
Water Bottle Flip STEM Challenge
Water bottle flipping in the classroom? Yes with this STEM challenge project students will love. Water bottle flip experiment, water bottle flip science, water bottle flip lesson plan, science fair, bottle flipping, bottle tossing, bottle flip experiment, scientific method
SPRING ACTIVITIES STEM All About Kites Project Based Learning
A fun STEM spring unit! Students will be engaged in the project based learning process as they question, research, plan, improve and present their projects. They will study what it takes to make a kite by learning the function of all the parts through research and printables. #springstem #springscienceactivities #springscience #stemactivities #elementaryscienceproject
Blow Cup Challenge in the Classroom
Learn how to integrate the Blow Cup Challenge in the classroom with this engaging STEM project and lesson plan that incorporates math and science standards. STEM Challenge, STEM lessons for elementary, STEM lessons for middle school, scientific method, graphing, data collection, science vocabulary, STEM activities in the classroom. via @erintegration
This foldable provides an engaging way of introducing or revising the concept of variables in scientific investigations. The foldable comes in two versions so you can choose the most appropriate for your context. The first uses the more simple language of; variables that change, are observed and kept the same, while the second introduces the terms independent, dependent and controlled.