First Grade/Sullins Academy
Objective...Explore what it would be like to be a paleontologist digging for Wooly Mammoth fossils. Sunflower seeds are teeth, lima beans are shoulder blades, and macaroni are tusks. Student will dig in a special cake with a toothpick to find their fossils. Students will then sort and count their Wooly Mammoth fossils.

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Comment by Elaine Ann Childress on May 26, 2014 at 4:08pm

Wow--so exciting to see all the kids exploring and loving finding the teeth and shoulder blades.  I really would like to even do this as a parent meeting with parents to show them how to engage their kids at home with vocabulary, science, math and just house hold communications.  I'll let you know next year how that goes.  thanks so much!

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Posted by Susan Carole Welker on May 26, 2014 at 11:06am 0 Comments

Check out my new videos...Dig, Rocks 1, Rocks 2, and Creek.

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Phases of the Moon Activity

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Do shadows change size during the day?

Posted by Susan Carole Welker on June 20, 2013 at 11:30am 0 Comments

These Lesson Plans go with my Shadows video

Susan C. Welker

First Grade

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Physical Science

Light and Shadows







Objective:

Recognize your shadow moves, shrinks, and grows because the Sun’s light comes from different directions through the day.

Recognize the sun is a source of light that hits certain objects and causes shadows.





Materials:

My Shadow recording sheet

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Make Your Own Greenhouse

Posted by LISA MCCARTY on June 7, 2013 at 3:28pm 0 Comments

YOUR OWN GREENHOUSE

PURPOSE:  Recreate the greenhouse effect and measure its effect on temperature.

MATERIALS:

  • Two identical empty plastic bottles (one with cap)
  • Two identical alcohol thermometers
  • Tape

PROCEDURE:

  1. Make a h*** near the top of the first  plastic bottle and insert one thermometer.
  2. Use a tape to hold the thermometer in place and prevent any air from escaping…
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