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Where Do Puddles Come From?

Elementary Science Institute: Kindergarten


  • Michelle Salagado


Join us for an exciting day to learn about Ambitious Science Teaching, the Next Generation Science Standards and an aligned science unit focused on puddles, weather and heat,  This interactive and entertaining workshop will bring science to life as we explore everyday events through a STEM lens. This workshop will allow all teachers to enjoy learning about basic weather & climate concepts, engage in a lesson by lesson overview of a kindergarten unit entitled, Where Do Puddles Come From, and discover the connections between science ideas through hands-on explorations. All teachers are welcome to take part in this exciting program. No science background needed.

  • Date:  Saturday, June 1, 2019
  • Time:  8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Location:  Univeristy of Washington, Miller Hall Room 122, 2012 Skagit Lane, Seattle, 98105
  • STEM Clock Hours:  Six are available for purchase at $18.00 (expense included in the stipend)
  • Stipend:  $228 - W-9 form must be completed and submitted at the workshop
  • On campus parking - $15.00. Neighborhood parking is difficult to find.

Event Notes

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Univeristy of Washington, Miller Hall Room 112
2012 Skagit Lane Seattle WA 98105


  • Sat, June 1 2019 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM


Event # 87336

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Professional Hours
Clock Hour Number: SEI0515
6.00 Clock Hours $18.00
6.00 STEM