This resource was created to demonstrate an effective use of integrating technology in a Science classroom. This particular resource is about using Minecraft in the classroom and implementing gaming as a fun and engaging way to consolidate science concepts. There is something for everyone in this resource no matter where you are in your learning journey: whether you are currently using technology in your classroom effectively, just beginning to use technology, or wanting to begin, this resource will assist you in your learning process. Continue reading
This demonstration only uses a few kitchen items and requires very little set up and clean up time. It’s perfect for little scientist-artists who are always looking for new activities and wondering how they work.
Source: Puffy Paint in the Microwave | Science Experiments | Steve Spangler Science
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9461723 – eastern gray squirrel on a tree branch.
The Wonder Wall fosters a community of wonder in an inquiry-based classroom. A prominent section of a classroom wall is devoted to the children’s questions. All questions are respected by being displayed on the wall. This helps children to feel safe as their wonders and theories emerge. Continue reading
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- Milk (whole or 2%)
- Dinner plate
- Food colouring (red, yellow, green, blue)
- Dish-washing soap (Dawn brand works well)
- Cotton swabs
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Hibernation is when some animals go into a deep sleep to survive winter without food. Any mammal that remains inactive for many weeks with a body temperature lower than normal may be in hibernation.
Aestivation occurs when animals, such as snails, face hot, dry seasons when food and moisture are scarce. These animals will find themselves a safe place to sleep in order to survive high heat and lack of water in their environment.
Migration occurs among animals, such as birds, when they need to travel to a warmer place to find food. An example is the Canada goose.
Lemon battery, powers light bulb, Joey’s science project, 6 year old Joey (First Grade) demonstration of an electrical lemon battery. Continue reading
Incorporate Inquiry-Based Learning into your Classroom. Start with this short four part video series. Continue reading