Planet Flip Book · Inspired Elementary
This next week at school is Space Week. I created this planet flip book that is a fun way to introduce the order of the planets from the sun. This activity is simple and effective, all while pulling in some fine motor skills practice. To begin this activity, I introduce the sun and each planet, […]
Matter Unit and Anchor Chart
One of my favorite science units to teach is Matter. It's challenging enough to not be too watered down, the students make a bunch of meaningful connections, and there are so many fun activities for the students to do to enhance their understanding of various topics. I really like starting off my unit on Matter sitting on the rug with an anchor chart. There are so many super cute anchor charts out there, but I'm definitely not the most artistic person, and I really like to create them with…
Human Body Interactive Notebook
Learn the human body in an easy, fun way! Perfect for introducing the main organs of the body including; intestines, brain, skeleton, heart, stomach, lungs and muscles.This product includes:7 Organ Posters- intestines, brain, skeleton, heart, stomach, lungs, musclesFoldables for each organ plus tas...
Energy!! - Mrs. Richardson's Class
I don’t know about you guys, but my week has been FULL of ENERGY! Thankfully, we had a smaller group towards the end of the week so the sugar high wasn’t as high as it could have been. This week we have finished up learning about forms of energy. I just wanted to share whatMore
Living & Nonliving Fun!
This unit will help you teach your young learners all about living and nonliving things. The students will learn what a living thing is, characteristics of a living thing and what living things need to survive! Here's what is included: Living and Nonliving Posters Vocabulary Cards Living and Nonli...