Joanne Clapp

Joanne  Clapp
Kindergarten Science
23 Lessons
Chesapeake Charter School
Lexington Park, MD
Student Environment:
Suburban
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Got Bones?
 
Big Idea: Students get familiar with the human skeleton by labeling major bones.
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The Back is Where it’s At!
 
Big Idea: Comparing ourselves to a worm helps students understand what it means to be a vertebrate.
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Face Time
 
Big Idea: Students get familiar with the human face by labeling major features.
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Fruits Vs. Vegetables
 
Big Idea: Sorting fruits and vegetables helps students understand some basic characteristics of plants.
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Eww.. Germs!
 
Big Idea: Investigating how quickly mold grows on bread helps students understand the importance of washing your hands.
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Can You Hear Me Now?
 
Big Idea: Using the three states of matter helps students experience sound in different ways.
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Stop, Look, Listen
 
Big Idea: Finding items in the garden based on the verbal attributes given, helps students develop effective listening skills.
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Smell This
 
Big Idea: Sniffing jars help students recognize some distinctive smells.
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Now Look Here…
 
Big Idea: Looking for colors in the garden helps student become more observant.
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Senses Help Scientists
 
Big Idea: Using our five senses helps improve our observational skills.
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