Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Pumpkins!

Once again I am linking up with Miss DeCarbo over at Sugar and Spice for

 http://secondgradesugarandspice.blogspot.com/2014/04/wordless-wednesday-classroom-closet.html


 

 I think many teachers celebrate fall with learning about pumpkins.  We have extended our seed and plant unit to include the pumpkin life cycle.  Our little sprout has just about doubled in size since this picture was taken last week!






What are you doing in science here at the end of the year that is fun and engaging?
  
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5 comments:

  1. We are going to try out one of those Mentos geysers this afternoon! I can't wait! We are hypothesizing whether using diet soda vs regular soda will have different results!

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    1. Hi Deb, that experiment sounds like a blast! What a fun way to engage kids at the end of the year. I will have to check this out for my son. :-) Lauren

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  2. I do an egg drop project with my kiddos. It's always a blast! They work in small groups and create a package to hopefully safely deliver their egg from the second floor window.
    Jen
    Endeavors in Education

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    1. Hi Jennifer, thank you for sharing this! How many eggs made it? :-) Lauren

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