My second to fourth grade kiddos are so energetic and love hands-on learning experiences. These kiddos come from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds, however, we all have one thing in common, we are a panther proud family that supports and encourages each other. Our school has a lot of school pride and works hard on displaying positive character traits not only at school but in the community and at home as well. Daily we say the "Pledge of Allegiance" and the "Panther Pledge." I teach second through fourth grade, self-contained special education students.
They have behavioral, sensory as well as intellectual disabilities.
My students would love to expand their educational experience.
The students in my class come from many backgrounds. While we do live in a farming community, they do not have the ability to experience the life cycle firsthand. The students in my class love to learn and love to have visual and hands-on activities.
The students absolutely love any science activity presented to them.
The students, while completing this project, will also be learning, math, reading, and social skills. Science is also my favorite part of the day to teach. The students are a bit louder and are often giggling and talking with each other. This simply means they are learning.
Students will be collecting and displaying data, journaling, and writing about their projects. Students will grow their vocabulary by reading books and instructions about the egg hatching process. Students will also meet the Next Generation Science Standards.
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