Sea Turtle Life Cycle Activities

This post contains affiliate links of products I recommend.  Read my full disclosure statement. Did you know female sea turtles return to the same beach where they were born to lay their own eggs? They do! Learn more about their nest building and what happens to hatchlings once they’re born with these fun sea turtle […]

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Coral Reef Art Project

Aren’t coral reefs beautiful? I love all the vibrant colors that seamlessly blend together. They create a gorgeous ecosystem. This easy coral reef art project allows students to make their own stunning coral reefs with just a little paint and some sponges! Materials light blue construction paper acrylic paint in various bright colors sponges permanent […]

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Growing Beans in the Classroom

Nothing like setting up an experiment in the classroom and it not turning out exactly how you expected, right? Well, I’m here to share all my tips and tricks for growing beans in the classroom so your experiments are a success! Materials dried beans (pole, bush, or lima beans) paper towels spray bottle of water […]

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Parts of a Plant Craft

I had the hardest time thinking of a parts of a plant craft or art project that showed all six main parts of a plant. I just couldn’t find a way to incorporate the fruit or seeds into the project. Then, one day out of the blue it dawned on me: make a strawberry plant! […]

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Parts of a Plant Activity

Your students are in for a treat with this parts of a plant activity! Students use a lollipop, yarn and construction paper to create a model of the parts of a plant. It’s the perfect craft to include in your plant unit! Parts of a Plant Activity Materials Tootsie Roll ® sucker colored construction paper […]

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Parts of a Tooth Diagram

This post contains affiliate links of products I recommend.  Read my full disclosure statement. February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. Learning the parts of a tooth is an important part to understanding dental care. While we can’t open up a tooth and look inside, kids can draw a parts of a tooth diagram for […]

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Polar Bear STEAM Activity

Design a Den Polar Bear STEAM Activity

All bears hibernate during winter, right? Not quite! Polar bears don’t hibernate in winter. In fact, male and non pregnant female polar bears stay active all winter long. Pregnant female polar bears, however, do build a den where they birth and raise their cubs for the first three months of their lives. Challenge students to […]

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