Monday, March 14, 2011

Water Cycle!

So here it is!! I don't have much wall space in my room, so it's an interactive trifold bulletin board! My students absolutely love it :)

The right hand side has a description of evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection. The terms in green are on velcro and the students have to stick it onto the correct location. 

Students will be able to explain the water cycle by using their bracelets! 

You can get the bulletin board printouts (not the scenery. that is card stock),  3 labs, an assessment, and the water cycle bracelet, on sale for $2.00 here!

P.S. Didn't I work hard on this??? <3

Disclosure: FiancĂ© not included!

P.S.S When I started blogging a few months ago I didn't think 198 people would ever follow me!! 2 more followers and I'll host a giftcard giveaway :)



Ms.M said...

I love it! I too have very little wall space & often use trifold boards. I find the best part about this is that you don't have to take it apart. You can put it away as is & take it out again next year!

BTW, you have 198 followers because your fabulous. :) Can't wait for the giveaway.

Ms. M

Conchy said...

Sooooo cute! Love it! BTW what font did you use and where can we get it?


Ms. Durning said...

The font is called LDJ Olde Typeface and it's free if you sign up for their newsletter along with 8 other fonts!

Mrs. Saoud said...

Oh, I am jealous! My husband lost a bet to get him to help out in my classroom. It must have traumatized him because that was six years ago. He won't consider making another bet!

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Kris Hughes said...

I love it! thank you so much for sharing!!

Lorena said...

Just curious if you included the song that goes with the bracelet which makes remembering the water cycle so easy and fun.

Ms. Durning said...

I have a couple of water cycle MP3's and we sing one to the tune of "she'll be coming around the mountain" but it's not specific to the bracelet.

Lorena said...

There is one to the tune on skip to my Lou. If I can locate it I'll post a link to it.

Lorena said...

Here is the link to the song and poster. Just realized some of the vocabulary might be to advanced for a first grader. Not sure.

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