101 Websites for Science Teachers

TONS of websites for science teachers. The picture I pinned is about plate tectonics which is what our unit is about. There are videos and games that the students can use to learn and practice the material that is covered in class.

#PinIt2WinIt What a beautiful creation! I would love for my students to be able to explore light, shadow and color like this! Every time I look at this photograph I get recommitted to my goal of bringing more light and shadow play into my classroom this year.

Block Center- Use overhead projector or other light source to allow children to play with light and shadows.

Light Science for Kids: Science activities and experiments about light refraction and light reflection! Make rainbows, play with mirrors, and more!

Light Science for Kids: Ways to Explore Refraction and Reflection

LIGHT Light Science for Kids: Science activities and experiments about light refraction and light reflection! Make rainbows, play with mirrors, and more!

Shadow sculptures: art and science

Super creative craft project for kids. Make aluminum foil sculptures and draw their shadows in the background. Tie to writing project. Videos of babies seeing shadows for first time

Learning about Shadows with The Gruffalo's Child - Part of the Virtual Book Club for Kids. Julia Donaldson is the author of the month for March. Check out lots of ideas to go along with her books.

Learning about Shadows with The Gruffalo's Child

Learning about Shadows with The Gruffalo's Child - Part of the Virtual Book Club for Kids. Julia Donaldson is the author of the month for March. Book based play and activities.

Alberta Grade 4 Science Topic D - Light and Shadows - Cross Curricular with LA/Drama- Shadow Puppets

Exploring Light with Shadow Puppets

Are shadows always black?

Reggio Kids taught kids the difference between transparent and opaque. They showed them how translucent objects can cast colorful shadows. While the shadow of an opaque object is always black.

Make a Glowing Flower: Tonic water, which contains quinine, was used to impart a blue glow to this carnation.

Make a Living Flower Glow in the Dark

Make a Glowing Flower: Tonic water, which contains quinine, was used to impart a blue glow to this carnation./// maybe try using actual glow sticks to turn the flowers blue or pink and then turn off the lights to do a gender reveal?

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