Monthly Archives: September 2014

What is a Scientist?

At the beginning of each year, we would begin science with a unit on “What is a Scientist?” Here is a simple anchor chart that you can use.   Anchor charts are an important learning tool and should be more … Continue reading

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Jack and the Parachute in Pictures

Many people have been asking for pictures to go with the Fairy Tale STEM projects, so I will start with Jack and the Parachute, since that is a freebie. Download it here.  Oh no! Jack has done it again. He can’t … Continue reading

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Build Your STEM Kits at Dollar Tree

STEM engineering projects are engaging, and they encourage students to think critically. One of the challenges for teachers, though, is that they often require materials that probably aren’t on the supply list. Fortunately, there is a lot you can do … Continue reading

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