The Science School Yard: Currently October...Pumpkins!

Friday, October 2, 2015

Currently October...Pumpkins!

Hello, October! I do love fall. I love the warm days and cool nights...beautiful fall leaves...and campfires with s'mores...pumpkin carving and oh, yea...pumpkin pie! Let's not forget though...a great linky!

Currently...I am linking up with Farley over at Oh' Boy 4th Grade.

Currently...I am laying on the couch...trying to feel better. Every year, I get laryngitis, I doctored it all week, I didn't get it...but I got a cold instead. Yikes. All those little germs floating around. It sure is nice though to have a quiet night then to get ready for my presentation tomorrow!

I am headed to Green Bay to present to teachers at a Nature Convention. I am sharing a ton of ideas on how teachers can make science simple through bringing the outdoors in when it's cold, or using the outdoors with students to tie in science concepts! I am packed an pretty ready to go...

I spent my extra prep this week...our firsties went to our school forest for outdoor nature fun...by getting ready for the presentation. So, now Sunday looks like prepping for a busy week next week! Engineering boats for 5th graders...Using motors in 4th...learning about the scratch test in 3rd along with digging up fossils...2nd graders are learning about weather and clouds...1st graders are doing bird beak adaptation stations...and kinders are working with their sense of smell! I have this!

Have a great October! Wish me luck on my nature presentation!

2 comments :

  1. Good luck on your presentation! I just did one today at the Illinois Reading Conference and it's so much fun! I'm sure the teachers are going to learn so much! :-)
    Have a great weekend!

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  2. I hope your presentation goes well! I completely get what you mean about being sick at the beginning of the year. I'm glad it wasn't as bad as previous years and hope you recover soon. I need to take some time to explore your blog and gather up some of those outdoor to indoor activities. I live in Minnesota so it is definitely cold or snowy outside for most of the school year. Have a wonderful, busy week!

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