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When it comes to weight loss, theres no lack of diets promising fast results. There are low-carb diets, high-carb diets, low-fat diets, grapefruit diets, cabbage Soup diets, and blood type diets, to name a few. But no matter what diet you may try, to lose weight, you must take in fewer calories t...

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Well, we survived another Science Fair! We had an extra busy day and went straight to Britt's swim lesson after school and then after his lesson, grabbed a quick bite to eat on our way back to the school where both of the B's were able to change their clothes. Then Britt and I dropped Brailey off and waited in Estelle (our car) until the "public" was allowed into the Science Fair. See what I mean? Busy day! But once they allowed us in, it only lasted an hour, and Britt had a big time looking…

How to Make a Super Cool Lemon Battery For The Science Fair

How to make a lemon battery is today's fruit battery tutorial. Check out these instructions for making this awesome science experiment.

Fractions - Adding Mixed Numbers

Fractions - adding mixed numbers anchor chart. All of my products are free... Thank you to teachers that inspire, artists who share their creativity, and children who brighten the future.

Books - Jeffrey Sterling, MD

We take our kidneys for granted. They are truly remarkable organs. In this Straight, No Chaser, we will review kidney function and explain kidney failure. Additional posts will address treatment of kidney failure, including dialysis and kidney transplantation. A review of kidney stones is available in an earlier Straight, No Chaser. You probably know that the kidneys are key to … Continue reading Straight, No Chaser: Kidney (Renal) Failure →

Zoom Directions for Students

Free directions for students on how to access a Zoom conference meeting! They come in both a Google Slides and PDF format.

How to draw Bacteria

Prokaryotes are the organisms which have primitive nucleus. All bacteria are prokaryotes because they lack a distinct nucleus with nuclear membrane. The cytoplasm of prokaryotic cells lacks in well defined cell organelles such as endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, Mitochondria,centrioles, nucleoli, cytoskeleton. The size of these cells range between 1 micrometre to 3 micrometres, so they are barely visible under the light microscope. Now let's moveon to diagram. 1.Draw a capsule shape…

Types of Variables Sketchnotes

This fun and creative sketchnotes over Types of Variables is an excellent addition to any interactive notebook! Provide students with a clear and engaging way to take notes about the different types of variables in scientific inquiry and experimental design. The hand-drawn graphic organizer helps ...

Types of Variables Sketchnotes

This fun and creative sketchnotes over Types of Variables is an excellent addition to any interactive notebook! Provide students with a clear and engaging way to take notes about the different types of variables in scientific inquiry and experimental design. The hand-drawn graphic organizer helps ...

Science Posters and Anchor Charts - Distance Learning

Are you a 4th or 5th Grade science teacher looking to save time? These 15 anchor charts will help you teach key science concepts such as types of energy, electrical circuits, states of matter and so much more! The mini posters are easy for students to understand and can easily be added to any scienc...

The Scientific Method Science Labs Notes to Doodle Back to School

Looking for a resource to help your students learn about the scientific method? Then this doodle sheet could be perfect for you!While they color this doodle sheet notes page your students will learn about the stages involved in the scientific methodThis notes page then makes for a great study guide ...

Milk & Cookies and the Scientific Method - Around the Kampfire

This fun and simple science experiment is perfect for teaching the scientific method in a way that kids love! Find out how in this post.

Properties of Matter Cracker Lab: Science Kids Can Eat! - Around the Kampfire

A fun and easy properties of matter cracker lab where students use their senses to observe, describe and then taste the physical properties of crackers.

Plants Science Experiments & Teaching How Plants Grow - Lessons for Little Ones by Tina O'Block

I love doing plant experiments and sprouting seeds with young children in the spring. Not only do they get excitedContinue reading