Happy Thursday! It has been a few weeks, but I’m thrilled to bring you Charitie’s Science Classroom as part of my Peek of the Week feature! I have received so many amazing submissions, and I can’t wait to share them all with you! You, my teacher friends, are fabulous and have such wonderful classrooms. If you missed my first Peek of the Week, click HERE and see Aubrey’s awesome classroom!
Charitie hand makes all of the letters that hang around her room. Love them!
Again, Charitie was in the middle of state testing when she took these pictures, and she showed me how she covered them up. I kind of LOVE this idea. Since she color coded them originally, hopefully students can use the same colors that she covered them up with as reminders of what is behind the paper. LOVE!
Charitie explained “PER” as Pathway, Energy source, Receiver–things needed for a circuit. I had to check with my science expert friend Ari on SRCC, and it stands for “Sedimentary Rock-Compaction and Cementation”
As a teacher who admittedly really dislikes teaching science, I had a great time looking in Charitie’s room. She obviously makes science fun, and I can absolutely see myself using some of these in a general-ed classroom. What great ideas she has!
Thank you, Charitie, for letting us peek into your classroom! It is such a great opportunity to see classrooms for other subjects, too!
If you would like to send pictures for Peek of the Week, scroll to the bottom of THIS Peek of the Week post!