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Help in Water Cycle observation

Discussion in 'Science' started by Darthteacher, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. Darthteacher

    Darthteacher New commenter

    I am being observed in my science lesson on Thursday, my last
    observation didn't go well at all and as a result this one has become

    I have been teaching the water cycle to
    children in my class and want to know if anyone has ever taught an
    interactive follow-up type of lesson that was successful and got
    everyone engaged? i'm teaching Year 6. The lesson could involve drama or
    teachnology, etc.

    Could you send any ideas to my email
    and I will also check this site: hillsmichael@yahoo.com

    you VERY much for any help received.

  2. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

    Google drama activity the water cycle (pages from the web, not just uk). There's a nice activity which appears on two pdfs (slightly different in appearance, but basically the same) which could suit you quite well.
    There's an interactive activity on the woodlands junior site:
    Only just noticed your post, so hope this isn't too late for you.


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