Tuesday, March 3, 2015

March Pinterest Picks


I am so beyond excited for the month of March!  This has been THE longest winter ever, right?! Spring is right around the corner. At least, that's what I keep telling myself.

Of course launching a new month means another Pinterest Pick Linky! I get soooo many great ideas from this linky every month.  I hope you find some here too!



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       This is a great way to teach students that everything is made up of molecules. Some things have a lot of molecules in them, while others only have a few.  Since we are learning about the states of matter in my classroom now, this experiment is a great extension to our discussion on molecules.

 
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This would make a great display!  I'm thinking that if I can't get a hold of the book that goes with it, I could improvise with another book, Hailstones and Halibut Bones by Mary O'Neil for a nice introduction to poetry.  Students could write:
             Red is the color of...

           Orange is the color of....Etc.

                                      
 
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This would make a great gift for parent volunteers. It's also a great gift for my son's teachers.
 
 
Make sure you visit the blogs of the other teachers who have linked up for more great Pinterest Picks for March!

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    1. Sorry I removed original comment because of major spelling issues.๐Ÿ˜Š I will try again! I love the rainbow jar, a great addition to my solids, liquids and gases unit in science. The gift jar for parents is a great idea as well. Loved your post! Thanks for sharing!

      Cindy
      Mrspriceskindergators.blogspot.com

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    2. Sorry I removed original comment because of major spelling issues.๐Ÿ˜Š I will try again! I love the rainbow jar, a great addition to my solids, liquids and gases unit in science. The gift jar for parents is a great idea as well. Loved your post! Thanks for sharing!

      Cindy
      Mrspriceskindergators.blogspot.com

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  2. I love the rainbow science jar....the kids would love it! Thanks for sharing such great ideas and linking up!

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  3. All your rainbow ideas look like so much fun. I love the rainbow coming out of the hat.

    Debbie
    Crockett's Classroom . . . Forever in Third Grade

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  4. Adorable pins, Heather! Love all three! Thank you for sharing and linking up! )

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  5. Love the rainbow in a jar! That would go great with my leprechaun/Ireland unit!

    The Busy Busy Hive

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