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Talking About Teaching Science

Sharing lessons and classroom activities designed for secondary science teachers and homeschool families on Teachers Pay Teachers. Learn More

Sharing things I've learned over 18 years of teaching high school science. Some thoughts, suggestions, and maybe some inspiration here and there.

If you love your students and enjoy your subject then the rest has a way of working out.

This is it . . . Day 5 of the 5 Days of Holiday Cheer! I’m so excited because you are going to LOVE your gift! It’s from me and 14 other secondary science sellers on TpT and it’s HUGE! Click on the gift tag to access your download on Dropbox. Merry Christmas! Carla   

To me, everything about nature and living things is like a huge arrow pointing to God.


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Psalm 148:1-5

“Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord from the heavens; praise Him in the heights! Praise Him, all His angels; praise Him, all His hosts!
Praise Him, sun and moon, praise Him, all you shining stars! Praise Him, you highest heavens, and you waters above the heavens!
Let them praise the name of the Lord! For He commanded and they were created.” Psalm 148:3-5

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