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K-2 Labs Materials List: Grade K

Created By

EL Education

Topic

  • Curriculum

Type

Language Arts Curriculum Resources

This list includes all the materials needed to effectively implement the K-2 Labs for grade K.

Note that many of the items on this list (e.g., cardboard, feathers) may already be available in a school building, and also are easy to purchase at local crafts or hobby stores.

Kindergarten, Module 1

Materials

  • String (one roll per work station or pre-cut 12-inch strips)
  • Work station materials (modeling clay, common kitchen materials and safe cooking utensils, felt or magnet boards)
  • Building blocks (one set of wood or linking blocks)
  • Whiteboard (one large to share or several small)
  • Dry erase markers (one per student)
  • Hand or Finger Puppets (several to share)
  • Dress-up Materials (assortment of regular items including fun pieces of fabric, dress shirts, ties, bags, glasses, costume jewelry, etc.,
  • plus a few specific items like lab coat and stethoscope, tool belt and hardhat, fire hat, police badges)
  • Magnifying glass (one per student in the Create Lab)
  • Craft sticks (five or six per student)
  • Pipe cleaners (five or six per student)
  • Brads (make several available)
Kindergarten, Module 2

Materials

  • Toothpicks (several per student)
  • Liquid glue (one container per student)
  • Hair dryer (one)
  • Plastic sandwich baggies (one per student)
  • Cotton balls (one per student)
  • Watering can or squirt bottle (one)
Kindergarten, Module 3

Materials

  • Eyedroppers (one per workstation)
  • Spray bottle (one per workstation)
  • Plant growth collections (one for teacher modeling and one per workstation).
  • Examples:
    • seeds: sunflower seeds, dried peas, beans
    • shoots: bean sprouts, dill, alfalfa
    • seedlings: small tomato, pepper, basil plants
Kindergarten, Module 4

Materials

  • Eyedroppers (one per workstation)
  • Spray bottle (one per workstation)
  • Plant growth collections (one for teacher modeling and one per workstation).
  • Examples:
    • seeds: sunflower seeds, dried peas, beans
    • shoots: bean sprouts, dill, alfalfa
    • seedlings: small tomato, pepper, basil plants


Created By

EL Education

Topic

  • Curriculum

Type

Language Arts Curriculum Resources

This list includes all the materials needed to effectively implement the K-2 Labs for grade K.

Note that many of the items on this list (e.g., cardboard, feathers) may already be available in a school building, and also are easy to purchase at local crafts or hobby stores.

Kindergarten, Module 1

Materials

  • String (one roll per work station or pre-cut 12-inch strips)
  • Work station materials (modeling clay, common kitchen materials and safe cooking utensils, felt or magnet boards)
  • Building blocks (one set of wood or linking blocks)
  • Whiteboard (one large to share or several small)
  • Dry erase markers (one per student)
  • Hand or Finger Puppets (several to share)
  • Dress-up Materials (assortment of regular items including fun pieces of fabric, dress shirts, ties, bags, glasses, costume jewelry, etc.,
  • plus a few specific items like lab coat and stethoscope, tool belt and hardhat, fire hat, police badges)
  • Magnifying glass (one per student in the Create Lab)
  • Craft sticks (five or six per student)
  • Pipe cleaners (five or six per student)
  • Brads (make several available)
Kindergarten, Module 2

Materials

  • Toothpicks (several per student)
  • Liquid glue (one container per student)
  • Hair dryer (one)
  • Plastic sandwich baggies (one per student)
  • Cotton balls (one per student)
  • Watering can or squirt bottle (one)
Kindergarten, Module 3

Materials

  • Eyedroppers (one per workstation)
  • Spray bottle (one per workstation)
  • Plant growth collections (one for teacher modeling and one per workstation).
  • Examples:
    • seeds: sunflower seeds, dried peas, beans
    • shoots: bean sprouts, dill, alfalfa
    • seedlings: small tomato, pepper, basil plants
Kindergarten, Module 4

Materials

  • Eyedroppers (one per workstation)
  • Spray bottle (one per workstation)
  • Plant growth collections (one for teacher modeling and one per workstation).
  • Examples:
    • seeds: sunflower seeds, dried peas, beans
    • shoots: bean sprouts, dill, alfalfa
    • seedlings: small tomato, pepper, basil plants


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