Science inquiry

Ignite your curiosity with these engaging science inquiry ideas. Explore hands-on experiments and discover the wonders of the scientific world.
Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: The Autumn Season: Exploring Trees and Leaves and the Colors of Fall! Project Based Learning Kindergarten, Kindergarten Inquiry, Kindergarten Projects, Kindergarten Science, Inquiry Based Learning Activities, Early Learning, Adjectives Activities, Learning Stories, Primary Literacy

The kids have started noticing signs of fall! They had started bringing me leaves, so I knew it was time to start investigating Fall! I started out by asking what they wondered about Fall. They came up with some very good questions! We posted the questions on our inquiry wall. This wall will grow as they wonder new things and answer the questions! I set out some provacations about Fall to see what they would notice. On our look closer table, I set out fall leaves and colored water to see…

Darla Myers
A simple and fun science experiment using milk and cookies to explore buoyancy. Find easy science activities for teaching the scientific method in a way that kids love! Ideal for 2nd and 3rd grade science lessons. Scientific Method Experiments, Cool Science Experiments, Easy Science, Science For Kids, Scientific Method Worksheet, Scientific Method For Kids, Science Method, Upper Elementary Science, Science Penguin

A simple and fun science experiment using milk and cookies to explore buoyancy. Find easy science activities for teaching the scientific method in a way that kids love! Ideal for 2nd and 3rd grade science lessons.

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Exploring Science Inquiry Skills Science Inquiry, Cool Science Experiments, Science Units, Science Curriculum, Science Worksheets, Science Fair Projects, Physical Science, Science Classroom, Teaching Science

At the beginning of every year, our science curriculum has us exploring Science Inquiry Skills. It can be a tricky task. Science is huge! Not all scientist do the same things… but to explore this concept, I like to keep it hands-on and fun! We first learned that scientists use their senses to make observations. […]

Agustina Oanes
Toddler Science Experiments, Science Week, Science Projects For Kids, Science Fair, Teaching Science, Science For Kids, Preschool Activities, Children Activities, Summer Science

What a year it's been! I published 77 deceptively educational activities, games, and ideas in 2015. Here are the 15 most popular. No. 1 Equivalent Fractions Missing Numerator Game No. 2 Roll and Make Whole - Adding Fractions Board Game No. 3 Color Theory for Kids (free printable color book) No. 4 Button it Up - Beginning Addition Practice No. 5 Climbing Mountain Climbers (Learning about Everest) No. 6 Mean-Median Match-Up (free printable game) No. 7 Simple Machines: DIY Pulley No. 8 DIY…

Christina Hehenberger
Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: A Kindergarten Inquiry into the Science of Sound Pre-k Science, Science Inquiry, Sound Science, 1st Grade Science, Preschool Science, Science Classroom, Teaching Science, Science Activities, Science Projects

Since the middle of February while were creating our dragon project, I started to notice something. The kids were taking the logs out of our building area and creating "bands" with them as drum sets. Kids were making shaker's at the maker's space, two friends brought three sizes of clay to me and wanted to show the class how when they thumped them each size made a different sound. Another friend took a plastic bottle wrapper off the bottle and pulled on both ends sharply and showing us the…

Lindsay Nixon
Top 5 Tips That Will Transform Your INQUIRY Projects » Madly Learning Inquiry Based Learning Kindergarten, Kindergarten Projects, Project Based Learning, Student Skills, Student Work, Teaching French, Teaching Spanish, Inquiry Project, Message For Teacher

Whenever I check the teacher message boards that I am a part of, I always see many requests for ideas for culminating tasks for the various units that a teacher teaches throughout the year. This stems, I believe, from the backward design process where teachers begin to plan their new unit of study by first

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