Assessment for Learning. Spread cups on table and have students race to correctly order, smallest to biggest. Great visual way to show levels of organization. This would also work for DKPCOFGS, sorting individual body systems parts, even the sequence of mitosis and meiosis, students could make their own sets and doodle diagrams on the cups.
Microscope for Kids + Notebooking Pages - Walking by the Way
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Salty Science: Is There Iodine in Your Salt?
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Tomatosphere / Tomatosphère
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The Franklin Institute Science Museum
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