Reflection: Student Ownership The Skeleton Part 2 - Section 2: Guided Practice - whole group


Listening to children and the way they are able to rationalize their thinking is a learning experience even for adults. 

It is important for us and the other students to really listen to a student and the points they are trying to make.  Often times, students can get us to think outside of the box and they are able to come up with responses or answers that we may not have thought about.

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The Skeleton Part 2

Unit 2: My Body
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: Students learn what calcium enriched foods keep bones strong and healthy by doing a sorting exercise.

Big Idea: Bones need calcium to stay strong and healthy.

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