Creating Curious Classrooms: Elementary Science K-5 Hook, Line, and Anchor Phenomena! Thursday, July 13 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM ET The webinar will also be made available on-demand. The elementary years are full of curiosity and exploration, making it the perfect time to lay the foundation for a lifelong love of science. In this 30-minute episode of Creating Curious Classrooms, discover how real-world phenomena help elementary teachers create that foundation and inspire students to get curious! Learn from former school administrator, Ryan, and elementary science curriculum specialist, Erica, as they: Unpack the unique opportunities and challenges that administrators face in the elementary grades Demonstrate how modern instructional practices can enrich science units, such as leading with anchor phenomenon that introduces students to a mysterious real-world occurrence Encourage student’s natural curiosity and get them excited to make more real-world connections throughout a science unit, and then extend their learning Keep it real with engaging, flexible lessons that only need a few minutes of prep, so any educator can teach science Together, Discovery Education and Mystery Science offer a variety of curriculum options to empower educators with time and energy to focus on what matters most.