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Articles | December 18, 2017

STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) is the movement designed to promote educational activities related to the sciences and math across all grade levels. Since these subjects are considered integral to

Articles | December 30, 2016

The semester before I student taught, my university had an intensive block that all education majors had to attend.  One of the assignments that changed the way I thought about

Articles | March 15, 2016

  Spring is the perfect time of year to explore and discover nature first hand. Everything from the weather changing to the plants starting to bloom can be helpful in

Articles | May 21, 2015

  Science fills kids with wonder and excitement about the world around them.  What is a rainbow? How does a caterpillar change into a butterfly?  The end of the school

Articles | March 10, 2015

Ah, Spring!  It is getting to be the time of year when students would much rather be running around outside than sitting in a classroom.  While spending the day outdoors

Articles | March 20, 2013

While teachers know that students love experimenting, hands-on learning, and discovering the science in the world around them, test makers have focused so much on math and reading that there

Articles | February 13, 2013

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month and what better time to create some toothpaste in the classroom.  This easy science experiment is perfect for preschool and lower elementary grades. 

Articles | February 23, 2012

Science-it’s a subject that often will be the most difficult and most exciting to teach. When I think back to my early years as a student and my initial exposure

Articles | August 24, 2011

Seize the moment and capitalize on the recent earthquakes to teach your students about earthquakes and what causes them.  Delve into the history of earthquakes, how and why they happen,

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