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     Austin ISD PreKindergarten teachers can share activities with others.


Online Collaborative Projects

CIESE (Center for Innovations in Engineering and Science Education) provides collaborative projects for K - 12.  Each project is complete with instructions, activities, and support.

Collaborative Projects


The Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education


This Internet-based collaborative project will allow your students to share information about the plants, animals and non-living objects found in their schoolyard environment with other students from around the country and the world.

Square of Life Project Details - These are the kindergarten Square of Life project details used in my classroom.

Square of Life Rubric  - This rubric was used to evaluate the students.  Because our big buddy class and parents assisted with this project, it was helpful to have a very specific rubric.



Intel Engage

The Teachers Engage section of Intel is the main hub for their professional community.  You will find general discussions and resources focusing on  effective uses of technology in the K-12 classroom.  This is a wonderful professional development site where you can get support for your teaching!


NSTA Early Years Blog:

Early Years logoThe Early Years category is all about science education at the most elementary level: prekindergarten through second grade. Early childhood science teachers need their own place to find resources and get support. This online companion to Science and Children‘s Early Years column is your place to interact with colleagues and share the joys and challenges of your classroom. Join the conversation!


Participate in the Lost Ladybug Project. Click on the link to learn more about this world-wide project. The students will  take pictures of ladybugs found on your campus. They will then upload them to the project website, as they help the project leaders learn where the many ladybug species are living. 


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