Ten Pins Linky: Science and Social Studies

Today felt like my first true day of summer vacation - a quiet morning walk with my mom, delicious lunch with wonderful friends, swimming and bonding with my teaching partner in crime (Rose from Rosie's Rambles), and then a scrumptious dinner with my in-laws. 

Countdown to Seattle: 4 days

Tomorrow's Tricks of the Trade Thursday topic is...
Link up your innovative ideas for storing and organizing
student supplies tomorrow!

To complete this day of relaxation,
I am joining "Just Reed" for her fun "10 Pin Linky"

Here are 10 of my favorite Science and Social Studies pins:

Science
Ha
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Snickers bar represents rocks
So cool!...and delicious!
Plant Needs activity
A great tangible reminder for the things a plant needs
This site has TONS of science videos on everything from life, earth and physical.
An AMAZING website, full of engaging science videos
Wordles displayed as clouds with science vocabulary. Great for end of the year.  Get small groups together to come up with words from a certain unit. (Also see Wordle.net.com)
What a great review activity - or a writing prompt!

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Social Studies
Create Trading Cards for Historical and Fictional Characters - The Web Version
A fun and engaging way for students to study historical figures!
This is a great chart for fifth graders!
A great chart for explaining the different roles
of the government
10 minute newscasts-Great for Current Events
10 Minute newscasts - would be great for implementing
current events in the classroom
Anytype of printable map needed..big or small.
Printable maps - of any country/continent!
Biography Bottles...it's a water bottle!  Love it!  Would be great for biographies in social studies, or characters in language.
Biography bottles!
Students make characters out of water bottles - too cute!

Check out Just Reed's linky party to find more great pins!
As if our Pinterest boards aren't full enough... :)

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