Teach measurement using non-standard units with Pumpkin S.T.E.M.

30th November, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Michelin teams up with 4K (4 year old kindergarten) for “Ready 4 Reading” that integrates Math and Science. Submitted by: Shannon Graham and Amanda Graves Kindergarten Teachers Greenville, South Carolina Michelin’s Customer Service Department at National Headquarters in Greenville, SC has partnered with the 4 year old classrooms at East North Street Academy of Math » Read More

Moon phases explained through an elementary science fair project and rap

24th November, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Part of Burningtree Elementary School’s 2009 Science Fair project. Music by Higher Education, Astronomy CD. This video is a rap that discusses the phases of the moon. Are you looking for materials to teach phases of the moon in your classroom? Check out our Carolina Curriculum Connections below. The STC Program™ Earth and Space (grades 6-8) » Read More

Understanding Cells and DNA through song and interactive whiteboard activities

21st November, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Check out our Carolina Curriculum Connections Building Blocks of Science ® Understanding Cells and DNA The STC Program™ Organisms-From Macro to Micro DNA “The Song”     DNA “The Science Behind It”             Read More

Teach about the states of matter using song and animation on your interactive whiteboard or projector in your classroom!

21st November, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Check out our Carolina Curriculum Connections The STC Program™ Properties of Matter The STC Program™ Solids and Liquids Mases of Gases “The Song”     Mases of Gases “The Science Behind It” Read More

What is sound and how do we hear sound? Teach the concept through song!

21st November, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Check out our Carolina Curriculum Connections The STC Program™ Sound Learn about how your body interprets sounds on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Changing Sounds “The Song”   Changing Sounds “The Science Behind it” Read More

Use interactive whiteboard activities and songs to teach about the water cycle

21st November, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Check out our Carolina Curriculum Connections The STC Program™ Weather The STC Program™ Land and Water   Teach the water cycle using song and animation on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Learn the science behind it….   Read More

Teach relative size for the Sun, Moon, and Earth through song

21st November, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Check out our Carolina Curriculum Connections The STC program™ Earth and Space Building Blocks of Science ® Weather and Sky (New K Unit for 2011) Building Blocks of Science ® Sky Watchers  (Newly Revised) GEMS® Earth, Moon, and Stars GEMS® Space Science Sequence   Check out this song and then the science behind it.  These » Read More

Get ready for your science fair with Carolina Curriculum!

18th November, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - 1 Comment

  It’s science fair time. Carolina™ Curriculum has designed an activity to help students generate an investigable question and then plan an experiment. Download and use the student activity sheet to guide students through the steps to plan an experiment to answer their question.  Activity: Plan, Do, Record, and Share a Science Fair Project   Activity » Read More

STC™ “Ask an Expert” at Wabash Valley Education Center

15th November, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

                                                      Lisa will focus her discussion on the following STC™ Units: Changes Soils Floating and Sinking Earth and Space Register for this session using the reply box below.  Make » Read More

Using photos from space to learn more about our world

9th November, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

  Read more about Sunita Williams Biography What are some conclusions that you can make after observing astronaut Sunita Williams photos from space? Share your observations below. Read More

Observe the STC™ Organisms Unit in a first grade classroom. Teaching Lesson 8, Observing Guppies: How Do They Compare with the Snails?

9th November, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Thanks to Guilford County Schools for sharing their science students in action! In lesson 8 of the STC™ Organisms Unit, students are introduced to a second freshwater animal, the guppy.  Students observe their plants and animals coexisting in the same environment. * Students observe, draw, and describe a male and female guppy. * Students share » Read More