Cannot Wait to Purchase & Use!!!

Like you have read earlier, I LOVE to read Google Reader. It is the best thing since sliced bread!!! Like most people, you have a routine of what you do when you are at home and on the computer. Mine consists of:

1. Check Facebook.

2. Check Twitter.

3. Check Google Reader.

4. Read Email.

5. Repeat Step 3.

6. Start Back At #1

I just got done reading my Google Reader, and saw that Lesson Plan SOS has some great ideas on Solids, Liquids, and Gases. We are finishing up our SC: Civil War & Reconstruction Social Studies unit, and will be then heading into Science. This will be perfect for me to purchase to help supplement with our textbook.

What Do You Use to Help Teach Solids, Liquids, and Gases?

1 comment:

  1. I have these foldables that I let the kids keep notes (characteristics) from Dinah Zike's science foldables book.

    This year I took my flip camera home and video taped myself cooking dinner. We watched it the next day, and the kids wrote down any solids, liquids, and gases they saw. It was super fun!