Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Ten Pin Linky: Science and Social Studies Pins

Time for Ashley's Ten Pin Linky!  We're ready to share some pins we've found and gather some more!  We love that we have been finding some easy and fun science activities to try out.  We could use a bit more exploration and observation in the classroom and an easy setup is great!

We think the kiddos would love seeing what happens to these gummy bears.

We did the celery experiment with food coloring and the kiddos loved checking it out every morning.  This looks like another good one for observing over time.

This one is simple, but we've always had some boys each year who love dinos.  They would definitely get a kick out of these!  And it would fit into our Rock Unit.

This one looks so fun!  Testing the effects of earthquakes.

This looks fun!

We study Landforms as part of our social studies unit on Communities.  This is a great visual!

This is another great visual for helping kiddos understand where they are in the world.

These are so cute!  The kiddos would love creating them and it would be fun to see their creativity!

These tourist kiddos are really cute and a great way to research!

The pigeon is always great!  This is a fun one for needs and wants!

8 comments:

  1. These are great pins! I love the tourist :)
    Annie
    Three Cheers for First Grade!

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    1. Isn't it cute? We do Flat Stanley as a grade level; I think we could tie the tourist in somehow! :)

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  2. I LOVE all of your pins! The little houses & tourist crack me up & I'm sure my kids would love the fossils! So fun!

    Molly
    Lucky to Be in First

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    1. Thank you, Molly! Our kiddos would be so happy with all of these projects. :) We hope you are continuing to enjoy your summer!

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  3. How cute are your pins? Thanks for linking up! I had pinned the plant growing toward the light, too. Love the tourist also! :)

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    1. Thank you! The plant experiment would be great for first graders for sure!

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  4. Fun pins. The gummy bear experiment looks awesome.
    I did the plant shoe box activity when I was in 5th grade (a hundred years ago). I remember really enjoying it.
    Thanks for the tpt feedback.
    Have a good evening.

    School Is a Happy Place

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    1. We are glad to hear it worked! Thanks for he great freebie, it deserves great feedback!

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