Reflection: Routines and Procedures How Do They Stay Warm? - Section 5: Elaborate


Whenever we complete an investigation that requires using materials that need to be washed, I always have students wash those supplies with liquid soap and scrub brushes.  I believe it is important the children have an opportunity to help maintain the materials and supplies that we use.  I find that it really helps to foster responsibility; while really helping me in the classroom.  

  Routines and Procedures: Clean Up
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How Do They Stay Warm?

Unit 5: Unit 5 - The Science of the Polar Regions
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT to simulate animal blubber.

Big Idea: All animals have specific ways of adapting their bodies in order to survive. This lesson offers the opportunity to experience the effects of animal blubber.

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