Science Notebooks

My class is such a journalling/notebooking bunch!  We already LOVE our math journals so much that we are now tackling science notebooks as well.  I found a great science notebook blog called Science Notebooking. They have some great ideas!  Here are some pictures of the science notebooking we have done in our classroom. 












4 comments:

  1. Hi there! Do you have any TPT Units for Weather or Matter?? I saw you did some stuff in your notebooks on these topics, so I would love to purchase anything on these topics. Can you write me back at tflanders@isgdh.org? Thanks!!!!

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  2. Hi Tiff, I don't have a matter unit but if you click on the heading at the top of the blog that says ABOUT ME there is a free packet of weather activities. You can also click on this link for my post about weather that includes a few more places to find some materials. http://primarypunch.blogspot.com/2011/10/weather.html I hope that helps and if I do make a matter unit, I'll be sure to let you know!

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  3. Hello Deana, I am a student teacher at the College of William and Mary. I would like to get your permission to use the picture of the thermostat during my lesson on the Sun for my first graders. It will be in a montage of pictures related to the Sun at the beginning of the lesson.

    I would appreciate a quick response on this matter.

    Thank you,
    Marilyn

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  4. Hi :)

    I love your site! I am looking for the Force, Wind, and Motion freebie pages you refer to above, but cannot locate them. Where should I be looking aside from TPT?
    Thanks!
    Frances

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