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Peeps Science Snacks

I’m back today sharing two fun science snacks using marshmallow Peeps! Both of these activities focus on states of matter and how matter can change from solid to liquid and back again. ย Plus, they’re really easy! First up is Spring … Continue reading

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Science with My Peeps

Spring is coming (right?!?) and I’m getting ready for my favorite kind of seasonal class room fun – candy science activities! Weather you love them or hate them (ME!) in your Easter basket, peeps make great for some great science! … Continue reading

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Making Rainbows {a simple candy science experiment}

I love simple science experiments that have amazing results! ย This candy science experiment couldn’t be easier and it’s guarenteed to amaze! ย It’s the perfect introduction to the scientific method and the process of asking a question and investigating to find … Continue reading

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Mush Mush Readers {A Book Review}

As an early intervention teacher, I am always on the lookout for materials to use with my emergent and pre-readers. ย I end up making books for my students so that I can target the words they know and the words … Continue reading

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Silly Science Inspired by Dr. Seuss {Green Eggs and Ham}

Today I’m sharing another of my favorite Dr. Seuss treats to make with my class: Green Eggs and Ham! Another tie in with states of matter, the kids always love this one because many of them have never seen chocolate … Continue reading

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