Print out this 2 sided chart (and laminate) for quick reference for: common, proper and plural nouns, adjectives, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, ...

Print out this 2 sided chart (and laminate) for quick reference for: common, proper and plural nouns, adjectives, pronouns

How to make slime using laundry detergent!  A NEW recipe for slime making from Fun at Home with Kids that uses neither borax nor liquid starch.  You can find the necessary ingredients in the UK and Canada as well as in the US.

How to make slime using laundry detergent! A NEW recipe for slime making from Fun at Home with Kids that uses neither borax nor liquid starch. You can find the necessary ingredients in the UK and Canada as well as in the US.

20 Fun and Creative Crafts with Plastic Soda Bottles

20 Fun and Creative Crafts with Plastic Soda Bottles - Page 2 of 2 - DIY &...

20 Fun and Creative Crafts with Plastic Soda Bottles – DIY & Crafts - Would be fun to do some of these around Earth Day to stress the importance of recycling and reusing.

Activities: Layering Liquids: Explore Density Science

Layering Liquids: Explore Density Science

Fifth Grade Physical Science Activities: Layering Liquids: Explore Density Science

Make a marble run from paper plates.

How to Make a Paper Plate Marble Track. Super fun, easy, and cheap STEM activity for kids!

Science! - @Tammy Englund This is MUCH cooler than the other one I've seen without the objects in it.

Science, BITCH!!

DIY Amazing Density Tower from Things Found in Your Kitchen by stevespanglerscience: Make objects float in the middle of a liquid with this amazing trick. The idea is cool, but you need a tall glass (a vase?) and lots of each liquid to make it look good.

Creating a density tower to teach my grade 8 science class about density, fluids, flotation, and even viscosity!  We also had some Shirley Temples to show the real-world application of floating fluids!  YUM!  Click here to see my blog for more junior high science activities!

For the Density Unit- Creating a density tower to teach my grade 8 science class about density, fluids, flotation, and even viscosity! We also had some Shirley Temples to show the real-world application of floating fluids!


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