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Layers of the Earth

Layers of the Earth

Great way to learn about the forces behind tectonic plates! Use layers of play doh and then have students cut them in half with plastic butter knives.

Great way to learn about the forces behind tectonic plates! Use layers of play doh and then have students cut them in half with plastic butter knives.

Erosion:  "The Great Race"  (This experiment shows children the effects weather has on erosion... water, glacial, and wind).  From The Mailbox

Erosion: "The Great Race" (This experiment shows children the effects weather has on erosion... water, glacial, and wind). From The Mailbox

Make your own ecosystem. We did these in 4th grade (I think?), including crickets and guppies, and I LOVED it!

Make your own ecosystem. We did these in 4th grade (I think?), including crickets and guppies, and I LOVED it!

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Weekly Activities E-newsletter: Free Pattern! Do this w candy corn or orange color candy/ cereal science note. Cute idea for for states of matter

Blog post with lots of fun ideas for getting kids writing about science and teaching about the life cycle of plants.  Also includes these FREE printable anchor charts for Photosynthesis and Parts of a Plant. | Around the Kampfire

Blog post with lots of fun ideas for getting kids writing about science and teaching about the life cycle of plants. Also includes these FREE printable anchor charts for Photosynthesis and Parts of a Plant. | Around the Kampfire

I'm using close reading passages that integrate social studies and science. This week, I'm going reviewing with earth science close reading passages.

I'm using close reading passages that integrate social studies and science. This week, I'm going reviewing with earth science close reading passages.

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