Innovative
Classroom

Center Focus

Object Observation

  1. Provide a container filled with various objects that students can look at closely. This will help them learn to be careful and accurate when observing.
  2. Have a form available where they can record their observations. Include a list of properties for them to notice: smell, texture, color, weight, etc.
  3. Have a place for them to include a scientific drawing.

More Center Focus Ideas

Still Life
What Happens to the Paper?
The Mayflower Compact
Bottle Flutes
Tile Probability
Dough Dreidel
Irish Mobiles
All About Easter
Dice Probability
Know Your Presidents
What’s Your Valentine Worth?
Puppets
Crossword Trivia
Mini-Parade
The Mayflower Voyage
A Family Quilt
Roses Are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink
If the Earth Were Flat
Fact and Opinion
Spinner Probability
Where Did the Easter Bunny Come From?
Put the Story in Order
What is the Moral?
The Great Wall of China
"A Busy Year" Art
Homophones
The First Thanksgiving
Melting Ice
U.S. Percentages
Ice Insulation
All About Columbus
Toothpick Sculptures
Re-tell A Story
The Heart of the Matter
Situational Conversations
Totem Pole
Leaf Estimation
Crooked vs. Straight
Scattergories
Valentine Flower Pots
Decorative Vase
Journal Topic: Space Exploration
Time Capsule Diorama
All Kinds of Genres
National Olympic Trends
Spin-and-Spell
Balloon Rocket
Columbus Acrostic
Story in a Bag
Discover Music