How to Make Science Fun?

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  1. Oh, makes me sad! I LOVE SCIENCE! I have taught grades 1-5 for many years and science is at the heart of what we do! What is even worse is that so many girls, by third grade decide that science and math isn't for them...and haven't really had an engaging experience to keep their interest going! Great idea for a linky party!

    1. Kelli I agree how sad this is. I was just shocked when my 3rd grade daughter made the comment as she's always really been into science and math. Thing is as a primary student I don't think she realized she was doing "science" she was just learning fun stuff. For some odd reason it seems like the "fun" is often taken out of the science curriculum around that 3rd grade age and it is really sad since there is so much potential for fun in science all through the grades!

  2. Thank you so much for this opportunity! I enjoyed this linky party so much I am now following your blog. I love games and so I added a fun science game to the list.

  3. Thank you so much everyone for the wonderful posts so far! The activities are fantastic! :)

  4. That makes me so sad, but I feel your daughter's pain. I hated science as a child, but now I teach 2 science classes a day and love it! I have tons of ideas on motivation and my own curriculum mini-units on my website!

    The Science Penguin

  5. These are so great everyone! I've left the Linky party open for a month so invite all your science wizard friends to post their great ideas and activities too!

  6. Thanks so much for the opportunity to share.

  7. Thank you so much for creating this linky, my unit is primarily for young children Pre-K to 1st grade and uses math and literacy as well as some basic science introduction. I just love your blog and am your newest follower. Please visit me at:
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  8. Thanks for promoting our resources Michelle, I am very grateful to have wonderful people to lean on like yourself.
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