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Science centers

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Science Curriculum for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten. Plus tons of ideas for the science center and science table. #preschoolscience #sciencecenter #prekscience #kindergartenscience

Science Curriculum for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten. Plus tons of ideas for the science center and science table. #preschoolscience #sciencecenter #prekscience #kindergartenscience

How to set up the science center (with freebies) in your early childhood classroom.

PinterestFacebookEmailTwitter The science center in my classroom is always a busy place. Students can observe, experiment, create, construct, classify, compare and question. Students are natural-born scientists. They are curious and eager to explore the world and everything in it! As teachers, it is our job to nurture their scientific spirit and help students form questions,...Read More

Tissue Box Feely Boxes: Sense of Touch

One thing readers most request is inexpensive (or free) teaching materials. Here is the first "Teach with Trash" idea, and I plan to have more to come.

FREEBIES - Our Five Senses activities and printables - kindergarten first grade science

PRIMARY SCIENCE UNIT 1 - THE HUMAN BODY We are so excited to dig into Unit 1 in our science sequence! We kick off science this year with My Body and My Five Senses . It is the perfect place to start science with our primary kiddos. This year we are going to explore and learn about the

The Scientific Method for Kids: How to use This Free Printable - Early Learning Ideas

Kids constantly explore the world around them. Use this free Scientific Method for Kids printable in your science center or class library to show your young children that they are scientists. Why

Being a Scientist science table for back to school in my preschool and pre-k classroom.

PinterestFacebookEmailTwitter The science center in my classroom is always a busy place. Students can observe, experiment, create, construct, classify, compare and question. Students are natural-born scientists. They are curious and eager to explore the world and everything in it! As teachers, it is our job to nurture their scientific spirit and help students form questions,...Read More

Spin Science for Kids

Setting up a tray of "things that spin" is an inviting activity young children. Your prekinders will be drawn like magnets to the science center! To set