06 March 2016

New Product Giveaway

I haven't hosted a giveaway in a long time and what better time than now to introduce a new product!

Kelly Avery from Mrs. Avery's Island and I decided to collaborate and start developing Science Units. After much thought about what we wanted our units to be called we decided on Simply Southern Science.  We recently uploaded our first set.  It is a unit that covers Density.   Let me tell you, this unit is jammed packed with goodies.  

If I was recommending this unit, I would suggest it for second grade - sixth grade.  I know this is a wide range, but the unit is designed that it could be taught with younger and older kids and adjusted with any rigorous teaching.  We have included experiments such as, The Density Tower, STEM Challenge:  Build a Floating Raft, and a Coke/Diet Coke:  Which will float?.  Any of the experiments could be done as whole class or groups. We even give you our suggestions and weekly lesson plan layout for teaching this unit.

What else does it have besides experiments?  It is packed with vocabulary, a vocabulary foldable, a differentiated activity using the computer, lesson extension ideas, scoot game, assessment, exit tickets, links to learning videos and literature sources, teacher guides, and much more.

We started off with density, because it is a hard topic to understand.  Also, density products are not in abundant amounts.   We both needed something that we could use with our own class.  We are currently working on our second unit and will be adding more soon.

We are sure that you will love this product, we wanted to let two lucky winners have a chance to grab a copy of this product.  Be sure to follow along for freebies and more chances to win!!!  Also, be sure to share with your colleagues and fellow bloggers, so they can have a chance to win too! I will announce the winners, once the giveaway is over.  Mrs. Avery's Island is also hosting a giveaway with more chances to win this product.  Hop on over to her blog for a chance to Pin it to Win it Giveway!

Thanks for stopping by and taking a peek!  Good luck!  I {heart} comments and followers!



  1. My favorite science topic to teach is simple machines.

  2. I like to teach animals and habitats.

    Mary Love Strange


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