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Note: Grade levels are given as a guideline only. Many lessons are adaptable.

ANIMAL SOUNDS Pre-K
Preschoolers will draw pictures of animals based on the sounds that they make. By: KinderArt. [read more]

CRAZY HAIR GUY Pre-K-8
Introduce your students to the concept of growing seeds. Using a nylon stocking and some grass seed, your students will see how fast grass grows. From KinderArt®. [read more]

FALL TREES Pre-K-2
Students will use a tracing of their arm and hand as the basis for a paper tree picture. From: C. Turgeon. [read more]

FIREFLIES IN A JAR Pre-K-2
Students can make a picture of fireflies in a jar using construction paper and glow-in-the-dark paper. From Mary Beth Knippel. [read more]

FOSSIL FANTASTIC Gr. 6-8
Angela Sabarre walks you through how to make a home-made fossil. [read more]

GARDEN JOURNALS K-5
Garden journals are a wonderful way for kids K-3 to learn about and share in the excitement of gardens. This lesson incorporates Art, Reading, Writing and Science. From KinderArt® [read more]

GARDEN TAGS K-5
Kids can make a one-of-a-kind sign for the garden using recycled cardboard and old seed packets. From Molly. [read more]

HAVE YOU SEEN THE WIND? PreK-2
Little ones will conduct some science experiments as they learn about wind. [read more]

ICE TO WATER SCIENCE PreK-2
Children will conduct an experiment where they watch ice turn to water. By: KinderArt. [read more]

IN LIKE A LION OUT LIKE A LAMB? PreK-2
A printable activity for your little ones. [read more]

MUD PUDDLES AND BUBBLES Pre-K-2
This list includes a variety of ideas from barefoot mud prints to bubble blowing fun. From Robin Landals. [read more]

PLANET SUNCATCHERS Gr. 3-5
Students can make planet-themed suncatchers using glue and food coloring. From John Nystrom. [read more]

SNOW SCIENCE ART K-8
Students will experiment with different materials to see which ones are the best for making pretent snow! From Lorie Marchant. [read more]

WATER MIST GLOBES K-5
Students will use water based markers, coffee filters and water to create a "misty" globe. From Gloria Dreyer. [read more]


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