A Year of Hands-on Science by Lynne Kepler
100+ Standards-Based Activities, Projects, and Experiments That Help Students Develop Key Process Skills and Build Vocabulary and Content Knowledge (Teaching Resources)

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This invaluable yearlong resource, rich in hands-on learning experiences, helps teachers meet the science standards and reinforce key process skills. Each month features engaging activities that revolve around two favorite themes, from butterflies and phases of the moon in September, to animal homes and the sun in May. Includes background information, carefully selected picture books for read-aloud and independent reading, reproducible science journal pages, Science-at-Home newsletters, assessment tips, and more. For use with Grades K-3.
 

About Lynne Kepler

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Lynne Kepler earned her masters of education degrees in both curriculum and instruction and in science education from Clarion University. She has written several articles and books, and lives with her family in Pennsylvania.
 
Published January 1, 1999 by Scholastic. 304 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Education & Reference. Non-fiction