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Wonders in Kindergarten: Every rock has a story...Our new inquiry!

A few weeks ago, a few students started to be very curious about the rocks found in our playground. During our time outside, they were cons.

Wonders in Kindergarten: Every rock has a story...Our new inquiry!

A few weeks ago, a few students started to be very curious about the rocks found in our playground. During our time outside, they were cons.

A few weeks ago, a few students started to be very curious about the rocks found in our playground. During our time outside, they were cons...

Rock Inquiry Provocation: using rocks, books, magnifying glasses, art and writing materials and mirrors to explore rocks.

Wonders in Kindergarten: Every rock has a story...Our new inquiry!

Wonders in Kindergarten: Every rock has a story.We always begin the year with Brown Bear, Brown Bear.I like the idea of extending this to "Scientist, Scientist, what do you see?" as a year long way to set up an inquiry!

creating walls and bridges for the knights and dragons using glossy stones and tree cookies …

great use of commercial toys (castle on left) and natural materials to create an imaginative playscape.

Wonders in Kindergarten: Making our learning visible!

Wonders in Kindergarten: Making our learning visible! rock inquiry, inspired by books "If you Find a Rock" and "Everyone Needs a Rock"

great science experiment for force and motion and inquiry process

EDUC 325 - Physics - Forces & Motion - Newton's First Law - Lower Elementary - Science experiment for force and motion and inquiry process using a ramp, car, & egg in baggie

Forms of Energy anchor chart for kindergarten. We came up with the headers together and they gave me the examples at the bottom. Later I colored in with crayon and laminated.

Forms of Energy anchor chart for kindergarten. We came up with the headers together and they gave me the examples at the bottom. Later I colored in with crayon and laminated.

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