Great for budding nature detectives! Find out how to identify animals by their tracks - Play a game to find out who can knows the most wildlife. You could even create 'scout badges' for the best guesses!

Great for budding nature detectives! Find out how to identify animals by their tracks - Play a game to find out who can knows the most wildlife footprints in 60 seconds wins. You could even create 'scout badges' for the best guesses!

This foldable is a great idea for students to understand how the human body functions and where organs are located. This activity can be completed in groups and can be placed around the classroom for students to recall on information. What makes this activity interesting is that students can lift up a cut-out of an organ and read the characteristics and the role it plays in our body. KR

Human Body Project: A Life-Size, Lift-the-Flap Model of Human Body Systems

This Human Body Project BUNDLE combines two of my popular human body resources: the Human Body Systems Lapbook and the bestselling Life-Size, Lift-the-Flap, Human Body Model!

A week of STEM challenges! www.theardentteacher.com

A week of STEM challenges! Good for the first or last few days, or days where there are assemblies or partial days.

A simple windowsill greenhouse -- make several and plant a different seed in each!

Gardening & Plant Science - Students can create their own greenhouse to observe the life cycle of a plant.

Growing leaves

Get children interested in growing plants - Shown here: bean sprouts with moistened paper towels inside plastic bags.

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