Every experiment begins with a hypothesis. In this hands-on science lesson, young botanists will learn about making educated guesses by planting and observing the growth of their very own lima bean seeds.
Leap into a spring lesson plan about the water cycle, with the help of a friend in the book *The Little Raindrop*. Students will learn features of the water cycle and retell the journey of the raindrop verbally and in writing.
STEM learning (science, technology, engineering and math) is crucial for helping kids to understand how things work in the natural world. You can support this early on with these first grade science resources. Not sure how to begin? Try our candle burning experiment or our chicken life cycle experiment. If your kid is ready to explore the next level of scientific concepts, try our second grade science resources.