****RAINBOWS/COLOR SCIENCE, CLOUDS, SPRING WEATHER, & SUN/MOON/STARS****
Are you looking for a science resource that includes 4 weeks full of lesson plans and activities as well as cross-curricular content? Well you’re in luck!! The Science of March is here to help you!!!
In this JAM-PACKED resource, you will find four weeks worth of science lesson plans including cross-curricular activities for ELA and math. The Science of February covers RAINBOWS/COLOR SCIENCE, CLOUDS, SPRING WEATHER, and SUN/MOON/STARS, and includes lesson plans, experiments, non-fiction texts, science notebook activities, vocabulary resources, and MORE!
The Science of March is over 400 pages in length and includes everything from visual plans to pacing calendars and everything in between. If you’re looking for something to simplify your planning, this is the resource for you!
This resource was created with the K-2 classrooms in mind, but the games and activities could be easily adapted to meet the needs of a 3rd grade classroom as well. The science skills covered in this resource include 5 senses, matter & energy, force/motion/energy, earth & space, scientific investigation and research, and organisms and the environment (Common Core and TEKS compatible).
Check out our other exciting science resources below!
The Science of February
The Science of March
The Science of April
The Science of May
The Science of Summer (Science Sampler)
The Science of August
The Science of September
The Science of October
The Science of November
The Science of December
And you can purchase the ENTIRE YEARLONG BUNDLE HERE:
The Science of…YEARLONG BUNDLE
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All About the Weather
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Weather Math Centers
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Write the Room Math & Literacy Activities – March
March Literacy Centers
March Math Centers
March NO PREP Printable Math & Literacy Activities
Flower Friends Writing Craftivity
The Science of March
Cara Carroll & Abby Mullins