Mette Christensen

Mette Christensen

Mette Christensen
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7 ideas for teaching the scientific method to your students: an experiment, task cards, video clip, games, and a free printable

Many upper elementary science teachers start off the year teaching their students about the scientific method. Notebook Printable Reference the scientific method all year. Use this free printable in student notebook

A collection of seaweed from the Jersey area of the United Kingdom, circa 1850s. Courtesy the Natural History Museum, London.

Affluent Victorians often spent hours painstakingly collecting, drying, and mounting these underwater plants into decorative scrapbooks. Mounted seaweeds collected by women living in Jersey during the and

Microscopic image of Pterothamnion plumula (a type of algae), by Ignacio Bárbara, 2006

Fractal branching patterns in nature - Microscopic image of Pterothamnion plumula (a type of algae), by Ignacio Bárbara, 2006

Seaweed (cut out cardboard, paste dark green crete paper, scrunch light green crete paper and paste) #YES TO VBS!!!

SANCTUARY Seaweed (cut out cardboard, paste dark green crete paper, scrunch light green crete paper and paste) TO VBS!

Seaweed salad is a favorite dish at sushi restaurants. Strands of seaweed are marinated in a dressing of soy sauce, rice vineger, sesame oil, and mirin (this same dressing is delicious with cucumbers as well). The salad is garnished with

Seaweed Salad: 1 ounce dried seaweed or wakame cup shallot, scallion or red onion 2 tablespoons soy sauce 1 tablespoon rice vinegar 1 teaspoon mirin (or sugar) tablespoon dark sesame oil 1 pinch cayenne salt, if necessary 1 tablespoon toasted sesame seeds