After spending a few years sharing some of my lessons and labs with other teachers through my TpT store, Generation Science, I realized that I wanted to do more than sell my work, but to also share my successes and failures as a science teacher. Additionally, I want to fully promote a commitment to the idea that science content matters, explicit instruction matters and deliberate practice matters. Laying a strong foundation in the physical, chemical and biological sciences is my primary professional job and my personal mission.
I wanted my 7th graders to make cell models this school year, but I didn’t want everyone just making the same thing so I searched the internet for a variety of labeled pictures so that the students could make a variety of cell types. Send me an email at email@example.com if you’d like more information … Continue reading 3D Cell Models – Go beyond basic plant and animal
If you don’t have any supplies for studying minerals, my experience suggests that the following mineral specimens and supplies provides you with the least amount of materials you need for hands-on activities. Mineral Samples I chose these three because you get a variety of mineral properties for low cost. Talc is a cheap replacement for … Continue reading Mineral Lab for a Tight Budget
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