We’re excited to share these stories, tips and updates from Letters to a Pre-Scientist community members!
by Ms. Cronmiller, 6th grade teacher in CA. Find all of the teacher blog posts here. This poem illustrates the excitement, chaos, and quiet moments
Mrs. Haney’s students kicked off 5th grade with a science investigation project! We ask each of our teachers to share a glimpse into their classroom
LPS leadership and scientist volunteers had a blast participating in the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Family Science Days in DC over
Our next teacher blog post comes from Sarah Murphy, a 6th grade teacher in Chicago. Read all of the blog posts written by LPS teachers
It’s fair to say that I wouldn’t be in grad school if not for all the fee waivers I received. How many people didn’t pursue
It’s hard to believe that LPS has been operating for 8+ years and yet most members of our leadership team have never met in person
Throughout the year, we ask each of the teachers hosting Letters to a Pre-Scientist in their classroom to share a bit about their science classroom.
Throughout the year, we take a peek into the classrooms hosting Letters to a Pre-Scientist. In this post, Ms. Farmer shares the excitement of her
Throughout the year, each of the teachers hosting Letters to a Pre-Scientist is asked to write a blog post about their science classroom. In this post,