After that they can write a story about their fruit or veggie, they can draw a picture of where their fruit or veggie grows, or they can do a 3D art project about their fruit or veggie.
When the class is all finished their projects, then everyone meets in a sharing circle and they present their information.
When they present, they get to hold their fruit or veggie puppet as a visual. Aren't they super adorable!!!
I have about three more bins of books and puppets...This bin is filled with common farm animals that live in Pennsylvania.
This bin is filled with puppets and books about wildlife that lives in Pennsylvania.
This bin doesn't actually go with the Science theme, haha. But I figured I was showing my other puppet bins that I'd show you my bin with the Seven Dwarfs.
Back to Science! My last bin is filled with books about trees and keeping the environment safe. It also has slivers of a tree so that kids can learn how to count the years.
Everything she gave us could seriously replace my science curriculum! And since all of the lessons that we learned at the conference were based in reading....then I could spend more time on science because my kiddos would be reading books during science class!!!!! Oh man, I love it! If I could teach these science lessons all day I would be a happy girl :)
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