Sharing my journey as science teacher, creator of elementary and middle school science lessons and projects, mom of teens/ young adults, widow, & NGSS expert.

Are you interested in using digital models in your classroom for exploration and assessment? I teach 2nd-6th grade science and I've be...
I love teaching and I love holidays but...I don't love teaching during or on holidays. I'm not the Grinch I promise. I am learning...
I have a super power. I am super efficient. It keeps me sane and helps me with my work/home/life balance. I would challenge new teachers to ...
 So this one starts off a bit stinky. It's not the egg so much as the vinegar. My 6th grade students LOVE this experiment. Love, love, ...
I love starting off the year with great science demos, read alouds, and unexpected activities. For the last few years I have taught an eleme...
I love Halloween! Paper bats are flying around on my walls and spiders big and small are decorating my classroom. It's science! I love...
Crosscutting concepts help students organize the science they are learning by recognizing concepts like structure and function, pattern, s...
I teach way too many different grades and classes. Seriously, it's nuts and I am going to try it for one more year and make some decisio...
Click Here for Link on Pinterest How creative is this! I love how the Science Penguin  has students look up the phase of the moon from ...
I love Kahoots, but the internet at school has been spotty and kids are always getting kicked off our Kahoot games. It's frustrating....
It is summer now so I am catching up a bit. I should've posted this in March but here is what happened a few months ago... I love Su...
TPT has a new bundle option for sellers and I love it. I love how if I update a resource it automatically updates the it in the bundle too....
I have been working hard creating Doodle Notes this year. I hope to make a lot more this summer! I just finished doodle notes on the seven N...
The Hazmat (Hazardous Materials) truck was on campus with it's lights on. Uh oh..what did the science teachers do now? Well... we just...