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    Write a science lesson plan appropriate for use in an early childhood classroom.

    After creating the lesson plan, list at least two extension activities.

    Concept: This is stated in complete sentence(s) and is appropriate for an early childhood classroom.

    Objective/ Standard: This states a specific state standard.

    Materials: Lists all materials used in the procedure.

    Advanced Preparation: This includes all tasks that must be completed by the teacher before the lesson.

    initiating activity - This is an activity, story, song etc... used to get the children's attention and interest in the topic.
    how to do it - This section provides thorough step-by-step directions on how to complete the activity with the students.

    Evaluation: Includes at least 3 questions you will answer to determine the success of the activity and the children's level of interest and learning.

    Extension:Includes two activities that each addresses one or more different multiple intelligences then the activity in the lesson.

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    Lesson Title: "Having a Ball with Buoyancy!"

    Concept: This lesson uses sensory and inquiry-based activities to introduce students to key terms: weight, float, sink, volume and buoyancy.

    Objective/ Standard: STANDARD SKP1 Students will describe objects in terms of the materials they are made of and their physical properties.

    Materials: vocabulary words on card stock for weight, rubber duck, volume, density and buoyance, mini plastic swimming pool, water, ...

    Solution Summary

    A sample lesson of brainstorming is presented briefly for elementary science. This lesson employs sensory, multiple intelligence, and inquiry-based activities to introduce students to key terms: weight, float, sink, volume and buoyancy.