Tuesday, January 13, 2009

ok, question for mommies!!!! (or teachers)

Anybody here know a good yet SIMPLE science fair project for a kindergartner????

22 comments:

  1. Lol - Welcome to MY world!

    Did they not give the kids some ideas? What are they studying in science, module, unit etc., give me something to work with and I can give u some ideas!

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  2. Why aren't dads allowed to answer?

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  3. dads can answer, it just that most time the mothers are STUCK with such tasks! LMAO

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  4. DOUBLE DUNNO. LMAOO

    Seriously, they are more into the plants, rocks, simple kinda stuff. I really don't know becasue they don't get science *homework*. Mostly reading, writing and math.

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  5. What da hell?

    Ok then, I need to know what r they currently studying? I'd call but Strep has got the throat all fucked up

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  6. WELL DAH!!!!, THAT EXPLAINS THE 360 BLAST!

    As far as I know, they only study reading, writing and math! LMAO and lets not forget RELIGION.

    Your questions are making me feel highly INADEQUATE!!! lmaoo

    I need to question my teacher more. But, I dont complain on the curriculum cuz she is reading very well.

    but I just found this dancing raisin thing. I think that is gonna be a winner!

    http://members.ozemail.com.au/~macinnis/scifun/miniexp.htm#16

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  7. Funny, I was gonna say rocks! That was Johns first one - google kindergarten science projects "rocks" and do that - rocks are the easiest, however will u be able to collect a few with the weather your having?

    If u have time u can do a plany, jus scoop some seeds and watch the bitch grow, or better yet antamoy of a leaf - she can draw, label, and speak on it.

    Excuse the spelling on qwerty!

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  8. what i do? lmao seriously? I laugh cuz I am always be accuussssssssed! lmao

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  9. yanno, this was fucking with me for about 5 minutes or so. lmaooo I just realize you MEANT plant!! lmbooo

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  10. Ok, I have to say it...as a teacher...

    A science project in KINDER??? WTF!?!?

    Personally, and my school tends to work this way...we try not to assign projects that the PARENTS are just going to end up doing.

    Ant farms are cool though...lol.

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  11. Just had to put her in the bougie private school, didn't ya! ;-)

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  12. *whistling*

    believe you me, when I can get her into a good magnet multiracial public school she will be going!

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  13. How about "Sink or Float"? I did a project & used items as coins, paper dollars, marshmallows, a sponge, toy blocks, etc. Sorry I don't recall much more.

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  14. How about a Mini Solar System out of cookies. Each cookie is a different planet...and after the project is over...she has a snack!

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  15. i like sink or float...let her predict what will sink and then test it

    or you can do absorption of light. put two ice cubes on paper(one white one black) and see which one mets faster set a timer to remind her to check it every 5 min or so. you may want to have her use a digital camera to take pictures get a clock in the frame so that it records what time the picture was taken. you may want to use a light bulb to make the whole thing go faster

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  16. She could always mix blue and red paint together and make purple. Kindergarten stuff...right?

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