STEM: Water Cycle and Cloud in a Jar Project #Academic
Mrs. Kris, MBA
Let's discuss the water cycle and demonstrate how clouds work!
US Grade 2 - 4
This will be an experimental class where students use their creativity and reasoning skills to put their engineering skills into practice. Students will create a cloud in a jar following discussion on the water cycle. The class will begin with basic specifications, goals and objectives. Students follow instructions allowing their potential to unfold. Students scientific reasoning will be amazing, mindset will shift, problems will be solved, and thinking will be dynamic. Students will receive...
A great hands on activity to see how clouds are formed. Students review the water cycle in the environment and discuss states of matter. STEM projects help reinforce important life skills and help to potentially spark a lifetime interests in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.
I served the Director of Ancillary Services tasked with planning and executing summer and winter camps at a PK-12 school. I hold a degree in Psychology and an MBA, a 150-hour master teacher certificate for teaching English as a second language courses and have served as a college counselor for almost 5 years advising students and families on the college acceptance process. I have taught middle school, have been an academic administrator in a Pre-K 12 school and was a founding director of a Learning Center.
A jar with lid About 1/3 cup hot water Ice Aerosol Hairspray Paper and pencil Please print worksheet prior to the class, will be posted prior to the start of the class
Meet the teacher
Hi, great to meet you, we're going to have a fabulous time. My family lives in the southeastern part of the United States. My years of teaching experience has helped me develop a philosophy which best helps students be active learners in a...
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8-12 learners per class