3 edition of Hands-on science in the elementary school found in the catalog.
Hands-on science in the elementary school
James R. LeBuffe
Sources for hands-on science: p. 33-35.
|Statement||James R. LeBuffe.|
|Series||Fastback -- 376.|
|Contributions||Phi Delta Kappa. Educational Foundation.|
|LC Classifications||L11 .F37 no.376|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||94067116|
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Hands-on Science These giant books of projects and experiments takes a hands-on approach to science concepts. Hundreds of simple, easy-to-do experiments explore the various scientific principles behind natural phenomena such as gravity, friction, centrifugal force, and the.
"The Hands-On books are an awesome resource that has enhanced my science units. Every activity has easy step-by-step instructions, a materials list, and teacher information. My students and I love the activities." ―Patti W.
Seeholzer, third-grade teacher, River Heights Elementary School, Utah and winner of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching/5(8). “The Hands-On books are an awesome resource that has enhanced my science units.
Every activity has easy step-by-step instructions, a materials list, and teacher information. My students and I love the activities.”-- Patti W. Seeholzer, third-grade teacher, River Heights Elementary School, Utah and winner of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching “A great resource /5(5).
Finding the best science websites for elementary school kids isn’t always easy. Whether it’s to bridge the gap over the coming months or to enhance classroom efforts in the years ahead, here are some excellent science sites for students, teachers, and parents.
Get this from a library. Hands-on science in the elementary school. [James R LeBuffe; Phi Delta Kappa. Educational Foundation.] -- Discusses properties of successful hands-on science programs including discussions on financial committment, inservice training, and material needs.
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I've heard teachers say "science is not my thing" or point out the lack of time to plan and prepare their science. Designed for PreK through 4th grade, these hands-on activities and experiments focus on tactile subjects like bubbles, magnets, and ladybugs.
There are also helpful hints and project ideas for making more abstract topics like germs, energy, and weight easier for the youngest elementary students to understand.
Projects use materials easily found around the classroom or at home and suggestions for science fair ideas are included at the end of each section.
Hands-On Physical Science Activities covers matter, energy, light, sound, machines, magnetism, static electricity, and electromagnetism. Because our format includes interactive activities, games, and hands-on classroom explorations, we’re involving students in the types of experiential learning that lead to growth.
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by Dr. Lillian Rankel and Marilyn Winograd. From the Editor: Marilyn Winograd, a teacher of the visually impaired, and Dr. Lillian Rankel, a science teacher, work together to share techniques and strategies for including students who are.The book is written in an engaging style that elementary students will find appealing (and depending on your child, it might also work for middle school — although it was a bit young for my precocious year-old).
Each section is short enough to not stress the ‘ol attention span, lol.