Hands On Science: Phases of the Moon Activities for Kids - Inspire Creativity, Reduce Chaos & Encourage Learning with Kids

Could have the kids do this, upload to Edmodo, and then include a write-up explaining the different phases. Hands On Science: Phases of the Moon Activities for Kids - Inspire Creativity, Reduce Chaos & Encourage Learning with Kids

Human Body Activities for Kids • Everything included!  Reading passages, graphic organizers, & easy-to-follow directions for a life-size, hands-on human body project that incorporates reading and writing.

Human Body Project: A Life-Size, Lift-the-Flap Model of Human Body Systems

Teach Genetics with Edible DNA - If only this was in my curriculum!

Teach Genetics With Edible DNA

Make science fun? Your school-age kids will enjoy making an edible DNA model, while learning about science!

Plant cell 3D model for 7th grade science class. Got an A!

How to Create 3D Plant Cell and Animal Cell Models for Science Class

I love this ecosystem interactive notebook for my students. It contains food webs, food chains, energy pyramids, and more. Part of the Earth Science interactive notebook series. Great interactive journal projects for 4th grade - middle school.

Ecosystems Interactive Notebook Ecology

I love this ecosystem interactive notebook for my students. It contains food webs, food chains, energy pyramids, and more. Part of the Earth Science interactive notebook series. Great interactive journal projects for grade - middle school.

Scientific Saturdays:   Layers of Earth Projects and Earth Science Power Points

A - Scientific Saturdays: Layers of Earth Projects and Earth Science Power Points (maybe integrate Leo Geo for younger grades, maybe make layers of earth cake or cake balls to reward students for hard work)

FREE Interactive World Map With Activities

FREE Interactive World Map With Activities

FREE Interactive World Map With Activities. If you are studying world geography, then grab this FREE World map and activities for kids. This printable map is an interactive way to learn about the continents.

Students can create their own greenhouse to observe the life cycle of a plant.                                                                                                                                                      More

Gardening & Plant Science - Students can create their own greenhouse to observe the life cycle of a plant.

This project shows students that plants will always grow towards the light.  Students will enjoy seeing which direction the plant grows. Ask them to make predictions on which way they think the plants will grow then compare them with what actually happens.

25 At-Home Science Experiments


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