Friday, May 18, 2018

5 Minute Science Lesson - Flowering Cactus


1. What do you see?
2. What kind of plant is this?
3. Did you know cacti had flowers?
4. You can't touch the cactus because of its spines, but do you think you can touch the flower?

Friday, May 11, 2018

5 Minute Science Lesson - Robo Ping Pong
















1. What do you see? (What game are they playing?)
2. Why do you think the man invented this robot?
3. Who do you think is going to win?


Friday, May 4, 2018

5 Minute Science Lesson - Jet Airplanes
















1. What is happening?
2. Where are they?
3. Where is the person who is filming this?

4. Look at how close these jets are to each other. Is that dangerous?

Monday, April 30, 2018

American Science & Surplus - Incredible Stuff, Unbelievable Prices!











I was notified of this place where there's a goldmine of stuff for teachers and educators. Cheap but useful surplus and leftovers that could be used for just about anything you or your students can think of! It's out of Chicago, but you can order online.

Check out their Facebook page here.

Website here.

Friday, April 27, 2018

5 Minute Science Lesson - Robots


1. What is this?
2. What does it look like?
3. What do you think scientists will use it for?


Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Make-It-Yourself Tic Tac Toe Game


Perfect for end-of-school gifts or as a summer project!
Even better, no paper or pencil required!

Monday, April 23, 2018

"I Miss My Nana" by Lorrie Panzeri and Karen Martinat


I Miss My Nana is a tender story about the love between a mother, daughter, and Nana. In the child’s point of view she explains the fun things she and her Nana experience and how she can keep these special memories close in her heart. It validates the feelings of grief that she is experiencing prior to death and after her Nana dies. A death of any kind is difficult but to a child it can be devastating. This book shares how spending time with the one you love before they die are moments to be treasured. Included in the book are pages that can be colored and are intended as permanent pages to tell the story.

Available in Kindle Unlimited and in print.