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Trina Deboree Teaching and Learning Suggested Materials

Ava Twist, Scientist by Andrea Beaty

Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Beaty

Izzy Peck, Architect by Andrea Beaty

Questions, Questions by Marcus Pfister

The World Is Waiting For You by Barbara Kerley

Week One:

  1. Hand lens (set of 10 on Amazon are $11.80)

  2. Safety Goggles (pack of 12 for $12.90)

  3. Small box of salt

  4. Cornstarch

  5. White sand (use fine, crystalline sand for best results)

  6. Backing soda

  7. Small cups for experiments (enough for 4 at a student/pair/or team)

  8. Vinegar

  9. Plastic 5 ml eyedroppers (1 per liquid so 2 total x number of kids/pairs/teams)

  10. Teaspoons

  11. Wooden sticks

Week Two:

Properties of Matter Pirate Adventure App

Things That Float and Things That Don’t by David Adler

OR Captain Kidd’s Crew Experiments with Sinking and Floating by Mark Weakland

Week Three:

Izzy Peck, Architect by Andrea Beaty

100 Most Famous Buildings/Structures of All Time {Video on Youtube}

Particles of Matter by Trina Deboree

Week Four:

What’s the Matter in Mr. Whisker’s Room?

100 count small brown bags

Pack of 12 assorted color balloons (you may need 2 packs)

Pack of 25 blue marbles

12 pack of small jars with lids (glass)

Unit 2: Processes That Shape the Earth Suggested Materials

Unit 3 Earth Systems

Processes That Shape the Earth

Stem Unit 3: Earth’s Materials
Earth’s Materials: A Science Reader by Trina Deboree