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Kindergarten science projects

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Kindergarten science projects. Get inspired and try out new things.
So much cuter (and just a little bit more work) than using just a ziplock back in the window.  Get the greenhouse blackline, or make your own.  Great idea!

I am linking up again with Teaching With Nancy's weekly linky - TGIF - Thank Goodness It's Free! Be sure to head over to her blog to pick up some more free stuff! We are finishing up our unit on plants and here are the greenhouses that we made. I have seen similar designs on Pinterest and decided to create one that we could use. Let me pause here to say - SEEDS ARE AMAZING! I forgot to buy bean seeds and remembered that I had pinto beans in my sensory bins! So I just grabbed some from the…

Elaine's Emotional Check In. Each popsicle stick has a student's name and this is part of their calendar routine in 1st grade.

Elaine's Emotional Check In. Each popsicle stick has a student's name and this is part of their calendar routine in 1st grade.

Gummy Bear Science Worksheets | This worksheet is simply there for you to display your before and ...

This weeks experiment was really fun for the kids because they got to use Gummy Bears in our experiment and then taste a few as we worked...of course we didn't eat the ones we experimented with! In this particular experiment the kids are taking four different liquids and soaking the Gummy Bears for an extended amount of time. Then, they get to observe and record the changes that take place. I let the Gummy Bear's sit in the liquids for two days on the counter. They were then able to make…

States of matter freebie to help your kindergarten students learn the difference between solids, liquids, and gases. #statesofmatter #science #kindergarten

States of matter freebie to help your kindergarten students learn the difference between solids, liquids, and gases. #statesofmatter #science #kindergarten