Interactive maths area - estimation station using Twinkl display resources

Interactive maths area - estimation station - perhaps cover the pots completely or use solid boxes

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I would create similar anchor charts with my class when learning new vocabulary and topics (i. astronauts, scientists, etc). These would be continuous supports displayed in the classroom.

Here we are for another week of fabulous ideas from YOU! I just love to read your posts and see what you have been busy doing with your children. Thank you for linking up each week! Here are some wonderful small world play ideas from last week Continue reading It’s Playtime! Small World Play Ideas

It's Playtime! Small World Play Ideas

Play Create Explore: Miniature Playscapes in the Home. Need to start collecting supplies

How to Build a Wind Turbine #STEM

How to Build a Wind Turbine for Your Science Fair?

Scientific Method Printables: Posters, Lab Sheets, Bookmarks - Half a Hundred Acre Wood

Scientific Method Printables: Posters, Lab Sheets, Bookmarks - Half a Hundred Acre Wood

This PowerPoint was used during our unit, "Natural Sources of Water," and includes information about oceans, lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams.

Natural Sources of Water PowerPoint

This PowerPoint can be used during our unit it includes information about oceans, lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams.

Do you know about the growing gummy bear experiment? What happens when you soak a gummy bear in water, juice, vinegar, and more? Kids love it!

Growing Gummy Bear Experiment

The incredible growing gummy bear experiment. See what happens to gummy bears submerged in water for hours, then days. Pinned from TinkerLab. Selected by Age of Learning

Do you know how much sugar is secretly sneaking its way into your system?

What a can of Coca-Cola REALLY does to your body in just an hour

Infographic reveals the effects Coca Cola drink has in just an hour.from a blood sugar spike to the 'crash'.

3 simple science experiments that demonstrate the water cycle using common household items plus a water cycle wheel craft that gives students a visual representation of the stages of the water cycle and how they repeat over and over again.

3 simple science experiments that demonstrate the water cycle using common household items plus a water cycle wheel craft that gives students a visual representation of the stages of the water cycle and how they repeat over and over again.

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