Here is a peak:
I start out by trying to get students to determine what the pictures have in common to introduce the states of matter. Then I have a short first grade friendly book about matter to read to the students. (There are a ton of matter books out there but they are often WAY beyond first grade understanding.)
I have scientific method posters to hang up.
There is a student experiment book that can be printed out for each experiment. I also have scientific method posters to hang up for each of the experiments. The sheet with 6 boxes is used to save time by having students cut and paste them into their books.
Here is a second experiment.
NOW FOR THE GIVEAWAY!A trick that I learned a few weeks ago was to give out an unlimited amount of products for free as long as they blog about it and link their post to my blog. (I followed the rules a few weeks ago but am super sad that I never received my free goodies. :( So- if you post back here on my blog- I will have record of it and not lose it in my email!)
So- if you blog about my scientific matter inquiry product and come back and leave a comment with the link to your blog from now until Sunday- I'll email it to you for FREE! :)
Have a terrific Thursday!
Happy last teaching day of the week central Ohio teachers.
Ah- I LOVE COTA day! :-D