These human body systems posters were created as a review and anchor for the following systems:
The Skeletal System
The Muscular System
The Digestive System
The Circulatory System
The Respiratory System
The Nervous System
The Urinary System
Each poster contains a brief summary of the systems functio
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This is a 23 page packet full of activities to supplement a mystery or detective theme for grades K-2. Watch out Sherlock Holmes!
Graphics by melonheadz @ http://melonheadzillustrating.blogspot.com/
2 forensic science activities
mystery vocab sheets- can be used a matching game
This set has 8 boys, 7 boys and a cute beagle in different detective poses with magnify glasses, in disguise, taking photographs and using a flashlight. Also in set is a camera, flashlight, badge, top secret and evidence stamp, 2 moustaches, sunglasses, binoculars, 3 different footprints, paw print,
Crime Week! Never witnessed more learning occur in one week than during crime week! Problem-solving, critical thinking, inferring, and collaborating! This product includes 31 pages to bind together to create a detective notebook. The following pages are in this package...
2 Cover Pages to choose f
Discover Fingerprints in a fun, hands-on science center that is appropriate for students in the primary grades.
Students are asked to use hand lenses to examine their fingerprints and those of a partners.
Students will then lift their own fingerprints and compare and contrast them with partners. Th
** This experiment is also part of a BUNDLE of 7 simple and kid-friendly science experiments! Be sure to check it out on my home page! **
Simple science experiment that works great with any age students!
Materials: Ink pad and playdough!
You're going to love the Cops, Robbers & Mystery clipart bundle...and it doesn't take a detective to figure out what graphics you will get in this great set! If you like this bundle, you may want to check out the coordinating
A clip art collection of finger / thumbprints! There are 38 images in total in 2 styles: ones with black outlines and ones without. Each style has a transparent and white background for versatility.
Includes black lines of 3 finger print types: whorl, arch and loop.
Each image comes in both color a
This Science Elementary Forensics Unit is designed for 2nd and 3rd grade students. It contains various instructional lessons and experiments which enable children to learn the skills needed to "solve a crime". Sample prints, documents, and handwriting samples are all included. Instructional lesson
Add these cards to your Community Helper week. Children can use ink pads to record their prints, study them with magnifying glasses, and compare them to their friends. 4 cards are available. 2 are B/W and 2 are in color. Includes a spot for the child to write their name. One does not include the 's f
Types of Storms Thinking Links Activity - Thunderstorm, Hurricane, Tornado, and Blizzard - King Virtue's Classroom
Thinking Links are a great activity to use to see what students have learned! How do Thinking Links work? The students have to analyze each block and decide which ones go together. Then
Show your kids how diseases like the flu or common cold are passed by facilitating this fun activity.
Each student is given a dixie cup filled with water. One of the cups has mix of cornstarch and water in a diluted solution. *note - you want there to be just enough cornstarch so that the water isn
Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) shows are all the rage now... Who doesn't love a good mystery? Your students will just flip over the interactive hands-on activities included in this Common Core aligned unit! There are a multitude of learning opportunities, in a variety of subjects.
Included you wi
Flood and Drought Thinking Links Activity - King Virtue's Classroom
Thinking Links are a great activity to use to see what students have learned! How do Thinking Links work? The students have to analyze each block and decide which ones go together. Then, students color-code the related blocks (the k
I've just combined three of my top selling "Mystery Detective, Cops & Robbers" bundles into one MEGA Bundle! And you save 30%, just by bundling!
Clues about what is in the mega bundle:
- More 55 pieces of clipart (color and line art)
- 26 digital pages! (landscape and portrait layouts) 8½x11 fo
Are you looking for an engaging themed day to motivate and reward your students while still sneaking in learning? Well, this SPY Themed Day download is perfect for your needs! It has step-by-step instructions, 6 centers, mysteries to solve, and more! Students can learn how to lift fingerprints, mak
Interested in doing a fun, hands-on science activity with your younger students? This is the perfect learning experience! Explore fingerprints and how they differ with your students!
They will surely love this engaging learning activity!
This lesson plan gives you a fun hands-on lesson all about being a detective and working out a variety of secret clues from code breaking using mirrors, water, code wheels, Morse code and more!
It includes lots of activities the children can perform in the class and then take home and share with the
This is an investigation into fingerprint types and occurrences. It is a science and math lesson that involves the students classifying their own fingerprints and finding out the most common type of fingerprint. It takes anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours depending on the amount of background knowle
The student detectives will conduct many hands-on science labs to determine who the suspect was that committed the crime on campus. During labs the students will analyze fiber and hair, fingerprints, handwriting, and blood. In the end, the crime will be solved and the suspect will be identified. To
Powerpoint on Plant adaptations:
This is based on Californian Standards.
- includes the lesson structure
- Essential question/s
- Information to teach
- Inquiry questions for learners
- Encourages cooperative learning in groups
- Includes a KWL chart
- Starter and wrap up to check for
This is a complete 10 lab forensic unit based on Cinderella and the Glass Slipper appropriate for elementary students.
Did Cinderella really lose the glass slipper? Many girls wear the same shoe size, can you prove that the shoe really belongs to Cinderella?
The labs include:
1. Shoe Print
Erosion and Weathering Thinking Links Activity - King Virtue's Classroom
Thinking Links are a great activity to use to see what students have learned! How do Thinking Links work? The students have to analyze each block and decide which ones go together. Then, students color-code the related blocks (
A way for students to test and then cut and sort the everyday objects (picture-word cards) as magnetic (attract) or non-magnetic (repel). Essential vocabulary is reviewed--attract and repel. It can also be done as a follow-up or quiz after a magnets investigation/lab is performed.
"Fire Investigator Versus Fireman" are questions about: the job of a fire investigator, about fires, and a Venn-diagram asking students to compare and contrast a fireman's job to a fire investigator's job. This is a terrific group or individual activity for fire week.
This handout provides student
Discover how our finger prints set us all apart. We are all unique in different ways and our finger prints are no different. This activity helps students discover and think critically about how we vary.
FREEBIE! This is a fun song I wrote to help teach and explain the scientific method to students.
For South Carolina teachers, this aligns to:
3.S.1A.3 Plan and conduct scientific investigations to answer questions, test predictions and develop explanations: (1) formulate scientific questions and pre
Ever wondered how the dinosaurs became extinct? A power point, aimed at Year 2, looking at 4 theories and how they played a part in the extinction of the dinosaurs. The last 4 slides are for the children to cut up and design their own poster
Keep in mind that these study cards were created as a part of a Science Tools Unit. If you feel that you will benefit from all the assessment related items, I have a Science Tools Assessment Bundle available at my TPT store. This can save you money :)
It is my hope that this will help your students
This is a document you can edit and use for yourself. Just replace the yellow highlighted areas with what you need to write, and delete the gray highlighted examples I've provided.
I used this template for New York's edTPA and passed on the first try. Every time I have given a demo lesson, I wrote
This PowerPoint makes it easy for Elementary students to understand a fundamental physics equation. We clear up common misconceptions about the speed of falling objects. This would make a great conclusion to a class experiment, or could be used as a jumping off point for individual research.
There are 8 simple crimes that have taken place. It is your students job to figure out who the culprits for the crimes are. On each crime sheet there is a short cvc word that the children have to try to uncover by matching the number to the fingerprint. Each fingerprint has a small letter written on
For this fun investigation center, the students have to use the clues left behind in the crime scene to figure out "Who Stole the Cookies From the Cookie Jar". There are 8 suspects to choose from.
You change the suspect and clues each time, which will keep your children eager and thinking throughout
I created this assignment, homework, and/or project for my third grade class this year. It all revolves around what our names mean. Students will interview their parent/guardians and learn answers to the following questions:
- Why did our parents give us our name?
- What does my name