Investigate essential science concepts with fun, easy-to-implement, hands-on activities designed to support the National Science Education Standards. You'll find plenty of creative ideas and reproducibles to enhance your curriculum, grab your students' attention, and make science connections to everyday life. A wide range of activities promote scientific inquiry and connect science with other areas of the curriculum, such as math, writing, and art. Investigating science has never been more fun! Each unit contains Step-by-step instructions Clearly defined objectives and skills Background information for the teacher Engaging reproducibles Valuable resource booklistThen have each child make his own comet using a Styrofoamk ball, an 18aquot; x 18aquot; white tissue paper square, and three cotton balls. Instruct the child to wrap the Styrofoam ball (the nucleus) in the center of the tissue paper so that the corners ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Investigating Science - Solar System|
|Author||:||Beth A. Miller, Valerie Wood Smith, Laura Wagner, Deborah T. Kalwat|
|Publisher||:||Mailbox Books - 2000-09-01|