We all have favorites, right. Over the years I have had favorite cats and favorite cars and favorite shoes or dresses. And now that I have this amazing blog I have favorite posts! And, so do you! The ones listed here are the ones that you, my readers, have looked at many, many times. Hopefully, this page will narrow your search for blog posts that have resonated with readers in the past few years! Enjoy! (Just click on any image to navigate!)
How to Create an Amazing Science Bulletin Board is from December of 2014 and it's all about a bulletin board I recreated after seeing a pin on Pinterest! Directions for how I did are included!
5 Powerful Ways to Join Reading and Science is from February 12, 2016. It's a post about using picture books with STEM to grab the attention of students and get them started on a building project. So many teachers have let me know this is a perfect way to engage students and cover many subject areas!
Five Best STEM Challenges According to the Teacher post is from April 8, 2016. It's about the five STEM Challenges I personally think are the best we have completed. I also have a blog post about the favorites of the kids!
15 Items You Need from the Dollar Store for STEM is from August 12, 2015! I gathered together 15 ideas for getting materials for your STEM class from the Dollar Tree. Included is advice on what NOT to buy there!
What Do You Do With a Tail Like This? is from January 13, 2017. It's a post about reading a book to first and second graders and then trying a STEM Challenge. The books are listed, the materials, and some basic directions! (Robot Dogs just happens to be one of the challenges!)
The Truth About What Specialists Wish You Knew is one of the most powerful posts I have been involved with- from a teacher's point of view to a specialist's point of view. This post resonates.
5 Excellent Ways to Decorate for Science is another post with so many interested teachers taking a look. Yu are just like me- always looking for ways to make your classroom cute and inviting. Here's a post with ideas for decorating specifically for science!