|We completed our Snowflake Experiment and now it is |
time to see if our hypotheses were correct!
Put on your lab coats!
|They did soak up the water/Borax solution.|
|They did bend/change shape. Some bent when the snowflakes stuck together as the water cooled and the solution hardened.|
|They did harden and turn crunchy!|
(Aren't these faces precious?!)
|They did develop dots (the Borax crystallized).|
|They did not change colors, however.|
Five out of our six hypotheses were correct!
|Now it is time to complete our Lab Reports!|
|We answered the questions as a class and they illustrated their snowflakes. They were so excited to take their own snowflake home that afternoon!|
|I LOVE science experiments and the level of interest and excitement it sparks in every one of the kids!! This is the fun stuff!|
|Mrs. Fowler used this clock to introduce time when her class read Bunny Day.|
|She also used Judy clocks with the sequencing cards from Bunny Day.|
|Math Centers-two groups worked at tables with a practice page and some |
Valentine games while I worked with one group.
|Those are math puzzles on their table that I got from |
the Dollar Spot at Target.
|I am working with a small group to teach time telling using foam clocks from the Dollar Spot at Target (bought a few years ago). |
We are practicing learning how to use the the hour hand and the minute hand to tell time on the hour.
|These are laminated books on time telling and money that I also found at the Target Dollar Spot last week! We used them to practice writing in the hour and minute hands to match the time listed. Loved it!|
|She got it!|
|We completed this page together at my group to make |
sure they were all getting it!
I will post more photos of our February Math Games and Activities. I am pretty happy with the way they turned out and the kids are working well with them. Yay!!