Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Investigative Reporting

Well it has been busy to say the least. We have had fun with rocks, soil and earthworms! As we were rapping up our study with rocks, the children keep coming in with unique and interesting rocks to investigate. In fact, today we got a rock in the shape of a perfect triangle. We put that special rock in a safe place for further investigation. As part of our Science time we have included a "share" time after our investigations. We use some super special Scientist glasses and aprons when we are reporting to the class. As we are moving on to the study of other things we have found a way to keep rock investigations going at the same time. We now have Rock Reports. If you find an interesting rock and you want to share what you have found you have to fill out the Rock Report and you have to report that data to the class. We wanted to share that with you so you could keep your investigations going too!

Click on the image above to get your copy!

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  1. I just love this rock report! Thanks for sharing!

    Lori (
    Teaching With Love and Laughter

  2. My son and I will be starting your rock unit soon. Love the reporting outfit.

    BTW- what does your rocket chair say?curious.

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  4. Is the rock report still available as a freebie? I can't find it on TPT.

  5. Is the rock report still available?

  6. I love the rock report sheep and it says it is free but I am unable to find it anywhere??? Is it no longer available?

  7. Hello! Can I get a copy of the rock report? Thank you!

  8. Hi,
    I LOVE your rock report. Could I please get a copy of it? Thank you!



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