Crystal Rose

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Sound Science Vocabulary for 2nd grade- anchor chart:

In my district we teach grade students about Sound Energy as a whole unit. Enjoy this vocabulary foldable freebie just for being a r.

Making Waves - Wave Properties science stations for fourth grade each students about what happens when sound enters the ear. Within these stations, students learn about sound waves, construct a phone, diagram different types of waves, model vibrations, learn about ocean waves, and learn about transverse and longitudinal waves.

The Making Waves - Wave Properties Science Stations teach about what happens when sound enters the ear. Students learn about sound waves, ocean waves, & more.

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This is a great resource to use for kids to do research on light. It has LOTS of great information!

COLOR PHYSICS: The science of color, particularly the science of light and color perception. Color is defined as a visual sensation caused by the components of light either transmitted or reflected to the receptors in our eye.

This is a little craft to teach students how eyes adjust to different levels of lighting. It is very simple and easy to do, but the craft itself is another resource for the child to study from, as well as learn if they are a tactile learner. I would use it in my classroom as a little break from textbook learning to get the students active. -Colleen Feld

This is a little craft to teach students how eyes adjust to different levels of lighting. It is very simple and easy to do, but allows the tactile learner to learn through activity.