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Use this interactive notebook to you teach Fossils to your students. Students record information learned on the flip books and paste them into their Science notebooks. {Answer suggestions are provided.} Included in this notebook you will find: Flip books, Science experiments, Task Cards, independen
Different types of fossils. True form, cast, mold, and trace fossils. Students will replicate each type of fossil and glue it to the handout.
Just as in the T.V. show “The Amazing Race” for which contestants travel around the world on a giant scavenger hunt, in this Geologic Time Scale Amazing Race project, your students will be embarking on a journey through time as they choose time periods to visit along Earth's Geologic Time Scale and
A visual journey for your students to learn all about macromolecules from these stations. 27 Stations (34 task cards total). Laminate these (or use sheet protectors) and enjoy for many years! These organic compounds task cards are my "exhibition style" task cards- students go to each station or "ex
This activity provides excellent instruction on the geologic time scale and the evolution of life on Earth for your Biology or Life Science students in grades 8 - 12. This activity can be used as a classroom activity or a homework activity during your "History of Life on Earth" or "Evolution" units
About SNAPs Lab Stations ActivitiesSNAPs Lab Stations Activities require students to use science, math, literacy, problem-solving and engineering skills. They are designed to enhance students' understanding of scientific concepts and help students apply scientific ideas to the real world. Each stati
This lesson teaches students how we measure the age of rocks using relative and absolute dating. Students will learn about superposition, fossil locations, and radiometric dating. Video links and fun hands-on fossil activity link included. Included in your purchase is:- 18 slide powerpoint presentat
These video worksheets allow students to follow along as they watch the listed Bill Nye video. Watching a video is no longer a passive activity!! Students are engaged during the video as they must listen AND write at the same time; definitely an important skill for students to master. Each video
The Fossils pack will give you plenty to work with when it comes to teaching fossils! *Also includes digital access via Google Slides.What’s included: Printables- (with answer keys) • Fossils PowerPoint Review – 10 questions that go over the slides which can be used either as a quiz to see if they p
About this ProductThis differentiated unit is composed of interactive notebook lessons organized into chapters. Each chapter includes:• An overview with photos of the completed INB activity• One page of input notes (differentiated when necessary)• At least one INB activity (key included)• A 4-5 ques
This is a great resource for introducing students to Geologic Time Scale/History of the Earth ESS1-4! Students are engaged and think critically! Students first sort the pictures and discuss their rationale as groups (most will be in the wrong order), then students present to the class why they put t
For a more visual description go to gonyoscience.com/building a geologic timeline The Building a Geologic Timeline bundle will introduce students to Earth's geologic past. The intro presentation is designed to hold student's attention while giving them a better understanding of both biological and
In this lab you use a chocolate chip cookie as a representation of how archeologists/paleontologists excavate sites. Have your students engage in an exciting lab where they dissect a chocolate chip cookie using forceps (tweezers), q-tips, tooth picks, water, paper towels, and cotton balls. Enjoy an
Today I bring you a material on a topic that I find very interesting and my students love... Everyone has ever heard of Machu Picchu, but this place hides much more of what we know! This activity can be both physically and digitally used.It includes: P1: - Text "The Lost City of the Incas". P2: -
Written in Bone by Sally M. Walker: A Nonfiction Book Study Unit is designed for teachers of students reading Written in Bone: Buried Lives of Jamestown and Colonial Maryland by Sally M. Walker (Carolrhoda Books, Lerner Publishing Group, 2009). This engaging nonfiction book will inform your stu
This fossil activity will have your students collecting information about fossil layers on the first day and then using the fossils to place the layers in chronological order. I have typically used this lesson after I have introduced fossils and the principle of superposition. I have included a few
Introduce cladograms with something that almost every student has, cell phones! Trace the evolution of cell phones with the 10 cell phone picture/information cards. Also included... 3 differentiated versions of the data table: - Completed data table - Data table with only the categories and ce
Can't take your students to a fossil dig? Bring the "dig" to your students! Each student receives a chocolate chip cookie and follows this PDP guide as they conduct an excavation! My students absolutely "dug" this activity and I'm so excited to share it with you.
This purchase contains 45 photographs for commercial, personal, and educational use of rocks and minerals. Use real life photos to spark excitement and discussion during your rocks and minerals unit! Create TpT products and resources using real life photos of various igneous, sedimentary, and metamo
A fun student centered activity where students go on a scavenger hunt to answer a questionnaire. They will have to locate clue cards hidden around the room, read the clue cards and decide what information can be used to answer questions. Not only will they have to decide what information to use, but
"Quiet, all of you! They're approaching the Tyrannosaur paddock!" - Dinosaurs are cool! Surprise your students with 10 zen tangle, dinosaur coloring pages to allow for educational, mindful coloring in your classroom. This is the safest way to show your students dinosaurs, I promise! All coloring pag
Archaeology - Digging Up the Past PowerPoint introduces the subject of archaeology and digging to solve a puzzle. The PowerPoint asks: How can we find out what happened a long time ago?, Where do we find these things?, What is the work of archaeologists?, What are artifacts?, What is stratigraph
*Video is needed for completion of this product*Please make sure you have access to the video prior to making your purchase*This worksheet can be used to accompany the Bill Nye video FOSSILS (Season 4, Episode 19).The worksheet has a series of questions that help students stay focused on various sci
About this Product:All items in this product are 100% EDITABLE. The product includes:• PowerPoint Presentation (89 differentiated slides)• Scaffolded Notes (modified/completed notes included)• Summative Examination (answer key included)• Copy of the Presentation, Notes and Exam saved as Google App F

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