A few days ago, I posted an activity about moon craters. Many of you reached out to me and toldContinue Reading
Help children think about cause and effect relationships through moon craters! All the details in this blog post.
Most children love to play in puddles. I did when I was young and my children love them too. But,Continue Reading
Looking for an experiment that has the cool factor? But you don’t want to use your food supply? Chillax ScienceContinue Reading
I recently shared our hominids task cards on TpT store and wanted to follow up. Check out the post! THISContinue Reading
When my youngest daughter was four years old, dermatomyositis, a rare autoimmune disease revealed itself. It was sudden, and caught us by surprise. The disease’s offset was fast and furious-within weeks, my baby couldn’t walk.
I don’t know about you, but summer season allures me to spend more time outside. With that, naturally, wonderings aboutContinue Reading
Becoming a Montessori teacher was a transformative experience for me. It gave me new knowledge on how to isolate scienceContinue Reading
Have you used storytelling in science? It is an underused technique! We often think of storytelling as an instructional techniqueContinue Reading
My fifth grade students were ready to dig deeper in their study of rocks and minerals. So, we started followingContinue Reading