Do your students stress out when it's time to make a graph in science? Even though our students learn to create graphs in elementary school, so many students still tend to struggle when it's time for graphing. Here are a few of the problems I see most often when students are graphing in ... Read More about 5 Easy Tips to Make a Graph in Science
Using dry ice for science experiments is one way to WOW your students! It makes a show-stopping Halloween science activity, an amazing introduction to the phenomena of sublimation, and takes observations of matter to a whole new level! Each year, I set up dry ice sublimation stations ... Read More about Dry Ice for Science Experiments – Everything You Need to Know
Raise your hand if you're looking for new topographic map activities for middle school students! Teaching topographic maps in middle school might seem intimidating, but it's really a lot of fun! Hands on topographic map activities are a great way to help students read and interpret ... Read More about 5 Engaging Topographic Map Activities for Middle School
Do your students struggle with all things scientific method? Let me share some quick and easy scientific method tips and tricks that have helped my students to feel more confident as they identify variables, write hypotheses, create graphs, and write conclusions. SCIENTIFIC METHOD TIP #1 - ... Read More about 4 Proven Scientific Method Tips You Can Use in Class Today!