Hungry Caterpillars and Beautiful Butterflies
We read Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar , which is just a fabulous book on so many levels. We've had so much fun already this week,...
Building a worm farm
A fun way to welcome spring is by studying plants and animals. Last week, we brought worms into the classroom. The children examined the slippery, slimy earth worms up close through some sensory exploration and then we created a worm farm… We
Learning About Composting Worms
Vermicomposting or creating a bin for composting worms with your kids is a great way to teach them to be good stewards of their garden & to observe nature.
dirt backyard science experiment
What lives in dirt? Sensory play meets explorative science in the backyard. | Scientific Process | Nature Science for Kids
The Teacher Bag - Hop in and fill your teacher bag with ideas.
We wrapped up our green team section in our interactive notebooks last week. They have been working so hard on these, and are going to share them with their big buddies soon. I want them to be able to use them to teach others about what they have learned. First we worked on some some pages that were reinforcing recycle, reuse and reduce. We spent one morning sorting various recyclable materials along with cutting out pictures from food adds. My kiddoes love to cut things up, so this was a…