Sunday, January 27, 2013

Scientific Method Madness...and giveaway

Hello darlings!  Nothing like a rainy day to force you to stay in and actually get some work done...  I have just been go, go, go lately so it was good to have a reason to stay home.

My kiddos and I have been working on our Scientific Method Project this month.  We went through the steps of the Scientific Method and then did our own class project as an example so they would know how to complete their own project at home.

Our project was about chocolate chips melting in bare hands or gloved hands fastest.  They LOVED it.  Anything with food of course!

Below is my HUGE (over 70 pages of resources) unit on the Scientific Method.  Leave a comment about science and I will pick three random winners on Tuesday to get the unit for FREE!

Click the picture below to purchase this Awesome Unit!







Well, my brain hurts my friends!  I hope this is useful for someone!

32 comments:

  1. This unit looks great! I love the scientist research project! Great way to tie the common core into science. I love a good give away!!

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  2. This unit looks amazing!! Our district has changed 3rd grade science so much, we are left with very little fun :( This would definitely help bring it back!!

    Thanks for sharing your hard work and your talents :)

    ~Stephanie
    3rd Grade Thoughts

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  3. Science is not my strong suit so this would be a great thing for me! :o)

    cindy
    ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

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  4. I would love to use this unit in my classroom, especially having the students learn about famous scientists.

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  5. This looks great especially the famous scientits! repete_21@yahoo.com

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  6. This unit looks fabulous! As a newbie to third grade, I am always looking for things to spice up the curriculum!

    debinderry@gmail.com

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  7. This unit looks great! The scientific method is our first unit of the year in science. Then we revisit right before hte science fair (which is coming up in the spring). I would love to have it!

    ~Andrea amorelli76@gmail.com
    Pennants & Polka Dots

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  8. Amy - another fantastic unit! My class is currently working on scientific method & we are using it to help us with our States of Matter unit. We use the entire 2nd semester to work on science. Love the anchor charts and the famous scientist section. Actually, it all looks great! Your students are lucky to have you as their 3rd grade teacher :) Kolleen

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    1. Thanks so much Kolleen! I really appreciate it! It helps to be a good third grade teacher when they had a FANTASTIC second grade teacher! ;)

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  9. Looks like a great unit. My fingers are crossed as well as my toes :)

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  10. I have to say thank you for taking my dreaded stress about teaching my 2nd graders Economics away!! I was so glad to find your Economics Carnival unit! You made my life so much easier! :)

    I mentioned you on my blog, and will be sure to post pictures when we get to the carnival, sending people your way. I haven't told the kids yet, but I know they will be SO excited!!!

    Ashley
    Primary Teacherhood

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    1. Thank you for mentioning me! I just visited and commented! I hope your kiddos have tons and tons of fun and learn something of course!
      Amy

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    2. Your papers look so upbeat and kid friendly, yet filled with incredible learning!
      Chari

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  11. What an awesome unit! I would love to be the lucky winner!!
    cumbeec@icloud.com

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  12. I would love this! I always start out the year with a mini-unit on what scientists do. This would fit in wonderfully!
    Katie :)
    I Want to be a Super Teacher

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  13. We just completed a mini unit on what scientists do.I would love to continue it for a while because the kids are very interested!
    briawnacallahan@gmail.com

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  14. I just love finding great finds... Love the blog and the amazing ideas you gals have come up with!!! Thanks for sharing!!! and give-a-ways too!!! Looking forward to following you...
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  15. What a fabulous idea! I, too, would be about anything that had to do with chocolate!!

    Katie @ Mrs. Lyon's Blog - Teaching: The Art of Possibility

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  16. Science has not been a strong subject of mine so your science pack would be a good supplement for teaching!

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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  17. When I think about science projects/scientific method, I'm always thinking it has to be something complicated, not fun and easy like candy melting. What a wonderful idea! I'd love to have this for my 2nd graders! I love fun with learning. Thanks!!
    susanlulu@yahoo.com

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  18. Oh science is the best. My favorite subjects in college. Would love to win this for my classroom. Science is always sooo much fun!
    Mjaquillard@oregoncs.org

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  19. I have to teach science for the first time this year and this looks great!
    sake3535@hotmail.com

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  20. This unit looks great. It would be great to use with my students.
    Cindy
    Cindy.campbell@vcslearn.org

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  21. What a wonderful idea! In school I disliked science so it has taken a lot of effort not to let my feelings on science cross over to my teaching science. Finding great resources like this is something that really helps!

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  22. I love science and this looks like a great unit!

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