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  1. Science for All Seasons-Fall: Easy-to-do Thematic Science Activities: Preschool-kindergarten by Lucia Kemp Henry, 2000
  2. Calvert Kindergarten SCIENCE & MATH - ACTIVITY PAGES by A51.CALVERT000005.01, 2000-01-01
  3. Calvert Kindergarten SCIENCE & MATH - ACTIVITY PAGES by A50.CALVERT000005.00, 2000-01-01
  4. Nursery & kindergarten science activities by Herman C Kranzer, 1967
  5. Kindergarten Science Activity Pages - Activity Pages by Calvert.School.Inc, 2001-09-01
  6. 50 Science Activities for your Kindergarten Classroom by Scholastic Inc., 1997-09
  7. Activities for the Science Center, Kindergarten by Carson-Dellosa Publishing, 2004-05-17
  8. Kindergarten, Teacher Activity Manual (Science Companion, Level K) by Diane Basca, 2005
  9. 50 Science Activities for your Kindergarten Classroom, 1997 publication by various, 1997-01-01
  10. California Science: Activity Book Grade Kindergarten (Student Edition) by Unknown Author, 2008-01-01
  11. 50 Science Activities for your Kindergarten Classroom 1997 publication. by Scholastic Inc, 1997
  12. Science Anytime Activity Book, Kindergarten Program (Science Anytime)
  13. MacMillan Kindergarten Science Closer Look A to Z Activity Book by Various, 2008

1. Classroom Activities
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... Internet based K-12 activities Teaching History Classroom Activity sheets for US History Teaching aids using documents from the national archives of the US Abraham Lincoln The Trial of Adolph Eichman ... Ancient History (many topics) QUICK MAP: software resources lesson plans internet activities ... other Save hours of work! Most teachers have made their own

2. Colors, Shapes, Rainbows And Robins © 1998. ESSC. Permission Granted To Reprodu
A Yearround Preschool / kindergarten science Curriculum. September - Shadows and Lights Let strong-weak, sweet, musty, sour, etc. Additional science activities for the Classroom
C olors, Shapes, Rainbows, and Robin s A Year-round Preschool / Kindergarten Science Curriculum
September - Shadows and Lights
Let children explore the kinds of shadows various objects make. Let them use blocks, umbrellas, and construction paper with holes to make shadows that are varied and interesting.
Go outside in the morning or in the afternoon on a sunny day and have children draw with chalk around their classmates shadows on the pavement. Do shadow plays. Use lamps, sunlight or mirrors to make shadows.
October - Leaves
Go on a leaf hike with the children. Ask them to pick up leaves as they go. Be sure to avoid leaves such as poison ivy, oak, and sumac. When they return to the classroom have them sort the leaves they collect into groups. Ask the children to tell you how they sorted the leaves. Then tape a leaf on the wall and let each child match it with a leaf from their collection. Make and display a class leaf collection or a leaf museum using as many different kinds of leaves as possible. Then let children make leaf prints using crayons or colored pencils.
November - Sounds and Musical Instruments
Collect or make musical instruments for the children to explore, such as a series of clay flower pot bells, pipe wind chimes, xylophone, sand blocks, and a wood block tambourine. Have children tell you whether the sound is high or low, loud or soft. Then ask children to match the sound their instrument makes to a tone on a pitch pipe. Create a rhythm sequence on the tambourine or sand blocks and have children imitate it on their instrument. Have children identify mystery instruments and sounds played by children hidden from view.

3. Science Activities Manual: K-8
SAM, second edition, was available for kindergarten through grade six in1992. science activities Manual K8. Introduction All Grade Levels.
S cience A ctivities M anual: K-8
World Wide Web Edition (1997)
Tennessee's Four Components For Science Education and
And National Science Education Standards Based T he Science Activities Manual: K - 8 has been written to aid in the adaptation of the "Touch Science Concept" to the elementary/middle school classroom. Each terminal/content objective has been organized into a classroom connector which begins with a Set and ends with a Closure. Through the revisions that were made to the original Science Activities Manual: K - 8 as it was transformed into the World Wide Web Edition (1997) a significant content relationship was drawn with the National Science Education Standards . Specifically, the National Science Education Standards were used to define the selected content topics. In addition each classroom connector addresses one of Tennessee's Four Components for Science Education as identified in the and edtions of the state framework. T he Science Activities Manual: K-8 classroom connectors address content with an activity approach while incorporating the themes necessary to raise the activity to a higher cognition level. This emphasis on both the physical and mental aspects of teaching and learning science is best described as "touch science" or "hands-on science." The major motivation is to employ instructional strategies that bring the students physically and mentally into touch with the science they are studying. T he first edition of SAM was available for use in the fall of 1986 for kindergarten through fourth grade. Grades five and six were released in January of 1987.

4. Kindergarten Classroom Reading Readiness And Math Activities Lesson Plans For Sc
Thematic reading and math readiness activities for kindergarten science and social studies units. Technology connected lessons for each unit plus links to age appropriate sites.

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Science Units: Ocean Body Space Dinosaurs ... Plants Social Studies Units G.Washington Abe Lincoln Pilgrims Columbus ... Religion O UR SCHOOL
Catholic School in Alexandria, Louisiana OUR KINDERGARTEN CURRICULUM
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Reading Readiness and Math Activities AUTHOR
Kindergarten Teacher O UR L ADY OF P ROMPT S UCCOR Our Lady of Prompt Succor is a Catholic school located in Alexandria, Louisiana.
O.L.P.S. has approximately five hundred fifty students. The school has three pre-kindergarten classes, four kindergarten classes, and three classes of each grade first through sixth.
Being a Catholic School, Our Lady of Prompt Succor is dedicated to teaching academic skills while providing a wholesome Catholic atmosphere. Catholic values and morals are incorporated not only in religion classes, but also in the teaching of science, social studies and all other subjects. Instilled with these values and morals the students have the main ingredients to develop self discipline and build a healthy character. The goal of the kindergarten program at Our Lady of Prompt Succor is to provide an environment where a five- year-old can feel secure while enjoying the challenge of learning new skills.

5. Science Activities For Your Classroom
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Science Activities
Colors, Shapes, Rainbows, and Robins
This is a year-round preschool/kindergarten science curriculum. Monthly activities invite children to explore a variety of objects and phenomena in their world. Each activity focuses on developmentally appropriate concepts and simple science process skills. Most of the materials required are already present in the preschool or kindergarten classroom.
This activity is designed for the primary grades. Students will learn about the properties of objects and how they change over time. Each student will observe, predict, communicate, pattern, and classify their experiences through drawings and group and class discussions.
This activity is designed for upper elementary school. Students will explore the property of elasticity. During the activity, small groups of students observe, collect data, and develop relationships while stretching a rubber band at various lengths and at varying temperatures. After the activity, students graph data to help make accurate predictions and inferences about the elasticity of a rubber band. Students will communicate their ideas through short written summaries and group and class discussions
Peas and Particles
This is an activity in which children deal informally with estimation and numbers in ways that may be new to them. In addition to constructing the concepts of estimation or "educated guesses," students develop a repertoire of counting methods as they interact with their peers and the instructor

6. Early Childhood - Educational Preschool And Kindergarten Teaching Activities
Dozens of simple classroomtested ideas related to biological, physical, and earth science.Category Reference Education Early Childhood Subjects science...... Physical science Playing with water; floating and sinking, moving objects, etc Painting;Blowing activities using straws (blowing a cotton ball across the table
    Logical thinking Activities:
  • classify blocks by size
  • Sort crayons, markers, and pencils into containers
  • Compare sets using more and less
  • Sorting buttons, keys, coins, pasta, cereal, fabric or paper scraps, marbles, balls, stamps, postcards, jar lids, leaves, shells, playing cards, etc. and explaining why
  • Sorting zoo and farm animals for storage
  • Going on a shape or color hunt.
  • Give children a small card with a number on it. Put a large number card on the floor and ask children with the matching card number to hop, jump, etc., then place their small number card on top of the big one. Continue until everyone matches their numbers.
    Seriation Activities:
  • Create graphs of snack time choices or how many kids walk or ride the bus
  • Voting
  • Differences in food
  • Comparing number of sunny days, cloudy days, etc.
  • Hang pieces of yarn in front of the room and ask which is the longest or which is the shortest. Have the kids arrange the yarn by lengths from shortest to longest Measurement Activities:
  • .Measure shoes, height, length of table, etc. with yarn or hands
  • Sizes of containers
  • Blocks to build towers with length or height equal to other objects
  • Number of steps it takes to get somewhere

7. Camp Doodles - A Mill Valley Summer Day Camp
Offers summer and winter programs for children entering kindergarten through sixth grade. activities include arts and crafts, science, talent time, and games. Located in Mill Valley. Photos, FAQ, testimonials, and scholarship information.

8. MacAfee Road School
A science and technology magnet school serving students in grades kindergarten through grade 3. Core curriculum activities are given through an interdisciplinary approach with emphasis on science and technology.
The mission of the Franklin Township Public Schools is to provide excellent educational opportunities for every student, maintain an environment that engenders an appreciation of the value of every student, develop every student to his/her highest potential, and instill the attitudes, skills, and knowledge necessary to become independent contributing members of a democratic, multi-cultural society. Magnet School MacAfee Road School MacAfee Road School offers a standard core curriculum set forth by the New Jersey Department of Education. It is part of the Science and Technology Magnet program and offers students in Grades Kindergarten through Three an opportunity to explore, experiment and research scientific techniques appropriate for the age level. MacAfee Road School 53 MacAfee Road Somerset, NJ Phone: Principal: Mr. Gerald Rosen Number of Visitors from Webcounter is . All rights reserved.

9. Kindergarten Science
kindergarten science. science activities Manual K8 World Wide Web Edition(1997) CONTRIBUTORS TO science activities MANUAL kindergarten
Kindergarten Science Science Activities Manual: K-8
World Wide Web Edition (1997) Tennessee's Four Components For Science Education and
And National Science Education Standards Based
The content objectives and classroom connectors on this page were written by Tennessee teachers of science and are congruent with the CE/CE Content Topics listed for Kindergarten Science . In addition, Standards and Benchmarks have been added to each classroom connector in compliance with Tennessee's Four Components of Science Education concept initiated in1997 and continued in 2003. The grade level presentations prepared by the CE/CE represent one of many ways the classroom connectors can be organized.
GOAL: To develop an understanding of the interdependence of all organisms and the need for conserving natural resources
  • National Science Education Standards', Content Standards, Content Topics, and Rationale
    • CE/CE Concepts and CE/CE Content Objectives Based on CE/CE Content Topics as Defined by NSES Rationale
    CE/CE Content Topic B:
    Electricity/Magnetism NSES Content Standard
    • Physical Science K-4
    NSES CE/CE Content Topic
    • Light, heat, electricity, and magnetism

10. Lesson Plans
Logical thinking activities classify blocks by size Sort crayons, markers, and pencils into containers Compare sets using more and less
Lesson Plans and Activities
Academy Curriculum Exchange (K-5). Academy Curriculum Exchange (K-5) provides 130 mini-lesson plans for the elementary school covering a variety of science topics. Among these are microscope use, mapping constellations, water pollution, studying owl pellets and caterpillars to butterflies.
Academy Curriculum Exchange (6-8). Academy Curriculum Exchange (6-8) features 60 mini-lesson plans for many science topics covered in the middle school. Among these are weather forcasting, photosynthesis, building a psychrometer and "ph" and solvent activities.
Academy Curriculum Exchange (9-12). Academy Curriculum Exchange (9-12) offers 22 mini-Lessons plans suitable for the high school science. Among these are chemistry magic, a parallax experiment with candles, and a magnetic fields activity.
Access Excellence Activities Exchange. Access Excellence Activities Exchange contains an archive of hundreds of lessons and activities submitted by high school biology and life sciences teachers participating in the Access Excellence program. High school teachers will find the activities from the 1996 collection , the 1994-1995 collection , the 1996 Share-A-Thon collection , the partners collection , and the classic collection . Teachers can also search for individual activities from the Access Excellence archive. A new collection, "The Mystery Spot", will added in 1997.

11. Science Activities For Children
A Yearround kindergarten science Program. enrolled in an Virginia State SOL Earthscience driven class. Reinforcement and remedial activities are offered.
Science Curriculum Math Reading Art Science Music Tips for Teachers Organization Behavior Management ... Knowhere - Lessons on how the structure of space determines the shape of things in geometry and chemistry. If your students have a question- ask Dr. Universe Why do bats sleep upside down? Why are frogs green? Simple Experiments for Kids -Build a Periscope, Roto-Copter or make a Sun Clock! Inquiry Based Science - What does it look like? A Year-round Kindergarten Science Program NEW Science website The Middlesex Institute of Technology For parents , it contains a monthly calendar along with information on grading, conferences and state standards. For students , there is an on-line tutorial, an extra credit interactive challenge, a monthly "mystery molecule" as well as a science-sport challenge and a "top ten" list. ANIMALS Sharks Dolphins Penguins Whales ... Desert Animals ROCKS/MINERALS ELECTRICITY WEATHER THE OCEAN Grow your own Crystals Electricity Online The Weather Dude Marine Mammal Center ... What is Electricity?

12. Resources, Lesson Plans And Activities For KINDERGARTENS
Lesson plans, activities, and Internet resources for kindergarten classes.Category Reference Education Teaching Resources Elementary...... this teacher introduce themes and book projects with lots of activities in math,music, language, science, drama, writing and art for kindergartenage children
Resources, Lesson Plans and Activities for KINDERGARTENS
An Internet Hotlist on Kindergarten created by Sue Roseman
Language Arts/Literacy Web Pages/Mailing Lists ... Links to YOUR Curriculum
In a relaxed environment carefully explore exemplary web resources, lesson plans and listservs which complement the Kindergarten curriculum. Time will be spent on managing and organizing bookmarks, copying and pasting from the web, tips for searching the web and other web concerns. Time will be allotted to create a classroom web page and an online calendar for home assignments and communication. Participants will leave with a comprehensive handout, accompanying online resources, and simple Web-based projects and ideas. The target audience would be kindergarten classroom teachers, new teachers and occasional teachers.
Emphasis will be placed on exploring sites which link to strands in YOUR curriculum.
Fairview's Themes Listed by Month; Suggested Author Studies/Reading Lists -sorted by month; Curriculum Maps in Word Format also sorted by month

13. 50 Science Activities For Your Kindergarten Classroom
50 science activities for your kindergarten Classroom.
50 Science Activities for your Kindergarten Classroom
by Scholastic Staff Inc. Inc Staff Scholastic
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Paperback - 63 pages (September 1997)
Scholastic Trade; ISBN: 0590062549 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.19 x 10.81 x 8.52

14. Kindergarten Science
use others will be great for kindergarten children. with math, language arts, andscience objectives. Dino Fun and Classroom activities especially useful
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The Senses Five Senses Home Page
From the same people who offered the Dinosaur Home Page (SEDLorg.) Excellently organized with seven lesson plans geared for K-1. Seeing, Hearing, Smelling the World
Content rich and very detailed. More valuable for teacher learning. The Inquiry Almanac has five sites, one for each of our five senses. They are very interesting, complete, and full of ideas for classroom use. Neuroscience for Kids - Your Senses
Another great site for teacher ideas to use with children. Many links and graphics to add to the learning. Properties of Objects You Can and Magnets
Another great UCan site with a Shockwave action showing the power of magnets. Great activities. Properties of the Earth Why is the sky blue?

15. Kindergarten Science - Taking Care Of Our Earth
kindergarten science Taking Care of Our Earth. Author(s) Environment. MacMillanEarly science activities, New Bridge Communications, Inc., 1991. VI. science earth care.htm
Kindergarten Science
Taking Care of Our Earth Author(s): Marilyn Coleman (Willow Brook Elementary) Jana Dodd (Willow Brook Elementary) Shirley Griffin (Willow Brook Elementary) Shirley Hess (OCPS Substitute Teacher) Sharon Holland (Mark Twain Elementary) Laurena Johnson (Shidler Elementary) Diane Mace (Linwood Elementary) Elaine Root (Kaiser Elementary) I. Objective(s)
A. After studying conservation, students will name two limited natural resources. B. After studying conserving energy and resources, students will role-play ways to save energy and resources. C. After studying recycling, students will bring a recyclable item to class. D. After studying the effects of pollution, students will illustrate ways to reduce pollution. II. Background Information A. The forests are important because people enjoy hiking and camping in the woods; and because they are homes for many animals. B. The trees are important because they help keep the air we breathe fresh and clean. C.

16. Kindergarten Science - Daily Weather Changes
8. Teacher's kindergarten Helper. science in a Nutshell Weatherwise. Noah, Debbie.Seasonal Art activities for Developing PreWriting and Listening Skills. science weather.htm
Kindergarten Science
Daily Weather Changes Author(s): Kathy Blaylock (Kaiser Elementary) Alice Collins (Kaiser Elementary) Vicki Hobson (Kaiser Elementary) Renee Kemp (Kaiser Elementary) Wendy Kistler (Kaiser Elementary) Katie Snare (Kaiser Elementary) I. Objective(s)
A. Given information on different types of weather, students will demonstrate appropriate dress according to the weather changes. B. Given instruction and a demonstration, students will identify a thermometer, rain gauge, and weather vane. C. Given a copy of a cloud chart, students will identify cumulus, cirrus, stratus, cumulonimbus, and nimbus clouds. II. Background Information A. The earth is surrounded by a life-giving ocean of air called atmosphere. B. Weather is the condition of the lowest layer of the atmosphere at a particular time and place. It is the way the air around us constantly changes. C. The main ingredients of weather are sun, wind, and water. D.

17. DoDEA Curriculum - Kindergarten - Science Standards
will Demonstrate personal and group safety when engaging in science activities; howparents and neighbors use science and technology link to kindergarten page.
Science Standards
Inquiry Skills

Students will conduct investigations using the processes of scientific inquiry. Students will:
  • Select and use appropriate tools to collect and record data, measure data, and make observations
  • Design and conduct observational investigations to solve a problem or answer a question
  • Ask questions about observations
Physical Science
Students will explore the characteristics and motions of objects and materials. Students will:
  • Describe objects using physical characteristics such as size, color, shape, smell, and texture
  • Use senses (smell, touch, etc.) to identify objects
  • Explore how objects can be moved by forces pushing and pulling
Life Science
Students will identify characteristics of organisms, how they grow and change, and how they survive in their environments. Students will:
  • Compare characteristics of animals (examples: size, color, covering, movements )
  • Recognize that all organisms grow, change, and eventually die
  • Describe how the immediate environment changes during the year and identify how these changes affect plants and animals
Earth and Space Science
Students will observe and describe changes in the earth and sky. Students will:

18. ENC: Web Links: Lessons & Activities: Science Topics: Sound
8 science Court handson activities Date 1997 Grade kindergarten - 8 ENC 017990This World Wide Web (WWW) site, maintained for grades K to 8, is an online,1578,1-Sound,00.shtm
Skip Navigation You Are Here ENC Home Web Links Science Topics Advanced ... Frequently Asked Questions Find detailed information about thousands of materials for K-12 math and science. Read articles about inquiry, equity, and other key topics for educators and parents. Create your learning plan, read the standards, and find tips for getting grants.
Science Topics
Use science topic words to find web sites with lesson plans and activities.
Kit and curricular companions
Date: Grade:
Kindergarten - 8 ENC#:
This Internet site provides a connection of links to curricula resources for technology, life, Earth, and physical science teachers in grades K-8. Developed by the Keystone Science Network, the site is intended to supplement national standards-based science...
(For more details see Brief ENC Record or Full ENC Record

Date: Grade: ENC#:

This World Wide Web (WWW) site, developed for high school physics students, contains supplementary simulations and Internet resources that accompany the CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS curriculum. CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS is a physics program that uses simple language ...
(For more details see Brief ENC Record or Full ENC Record
Hands-On Technology Program

Date: Grade:
Kindergarten - 8 ENC#:
This Internet site, designed for students in grades K to 8, consists of activities in the areas of science and math. The science activities are further split into several units such as sound, dinosaurs, and recycling, each of which provides experiments...

19. ENC: Web Links: Digital Dozen
heart Grades kindergarten 12 Synopsis COSI, a hands-on science center, sponsorsthis online open house with an open heart. Hands-on activities teach us how
Skip Navigation You Are Here ENC Home Web Links Digital Dozen Advanced ... Frequently Asked Questions Find detailed information about thousands of materials for K-12 math and science. Read articles about inquiry, equity, and other key topics for educators and parents. Create your learning plan, read the standards, and find tips for getting grants.
Digital Dozen
This is no April Fool's jokethere are still 12 great sites for you this month! Always wanted to teach about plastic in your science classroom? will help you do just that. Seeing purple lately? Don't despairPurplemath is here to help with your algebra woes.
Check out ENC's Classroom Calendar!
What Are the Chances? Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability
With the passing of March Madness and its passionate brackets, office pools, and logical guessing, perhaps it's time to take a more sensible look at data analysis and probability. This month's featured Classroom Calendar entry shows how data analysis and mathematical probability can help your students become better critical thinkers and decision makers.
April 2003
  • A tribute to the crew of the Columbia
    Kindergarten - 12
    Synopsis: Our nation's recent tragedythe loss of the space shuttle Columbiafocused worldwide attention on the perils and the promise of space exploration. At this online tribute to the heroes of that fateful voyage, visitors gain insight into the personalities of the crew, are encouraged to track the progress of NASA's ongoing investigation into the accident, and gain a historical perspective on the American quest for exploration of all types.
  • 20. Technology Curriculum Maps
    technology curriculum maps created for kindergarten through third Literature, Writing,Math, science, and Social The activities are then sorted by strand to

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