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Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 1 iii A Note From the Author This curriculum is designed to provide an introduction to the sciences for students in kindergarten through

iv Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 1 Materials at a Glance Experiment 1 colored pencils night sky a living thing to observe frog, ant, plant, or other Experiment 3 mag

Introduction Experiment 12 toy car stiff cardboard or board approximately .3 meter wide x 1 meter long 1 foot x 3 feet marshmallows several Optional pennies tape v Experiment 13 2 marbles 3 playing

vi Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 1 Materials Equipment Quantities Needed for All Experiments Foods apple 2 baking soda 118 ml 8 Tbs or more banana 12 beans several c

Introduction vii Materials Materials Quantities Needed for All Experiments Materials continued pen, marking pencil pencils, colored pennies optional plastic bag, small playing cards 3 rocks several

viii Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 1

Contents CHEMISTRY Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Experiment 4 Experiment 5 BIOLOGY Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 INTRODUCTION Experiment 1 Doing Science Chem

x Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 1

Experiment 1 Doing Science Materials Needed colored pencils night sky a living thing to observe frog, ant, plant, or other

2 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 1 Objectives This is an introductory experiment that gives students the opportunity to practice using a laboratory notebook for recordin

Introduction Experiment 1 Doing Science 3 II. Observe It Read this section of the Laboratory Notebook with your students. Have the students observe a night sky. It can be any sky, with our without

4 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Teachers Manual Book 1 Observe an ant. Watch a frog. Observe a plant and note its features. A template is provided in the Laboratory Notebook where stud

Introduction Experiment 1 Doing Science 5 V. Just For Fun Help the students come up with an extra activity that they think would be fun to have you try or they might want to do it themselves instea

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