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I created this to give students some hands-on practice with the concepts of food chains and food webs. This will make your students THINK about food relationships in an ecosystem! During this activity, students use cards to create food chains and then work to connect and overlap the food chains to
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Students will experiment with balloon rockets to observe and study Newton's Third Law of Motion and the principles of rocket propulsion. Students will collect, analyze, and graph data from the launches in this STEM lab activity.
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NEW and IMPROVED! I updated the previous version of this activity to make it more user friendly. This updated version should take about 1-1.5 hours to complete. I really like this activity and am quite proud to share it with the TpT community. This is a paper model activity where students will be g
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Students use PhET Sim to explore density in an inquiry based lab. Check out the sim here: https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/density-and-buoyancy/density_en.html This lab first walks students through finding volume through water displacement. Then students explore densities of different materials wi
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A critical problem involving gravity is given. Students must discuss and investigate this problem according to the principals of gravity.
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This triple beam balance provides a simple but powerful example for your measurement lessons! Included are three views: The whole scale, the beams in perspective and the beams separated for easier reading. This file is fully made with PowerPoint basic objects, so you can change each beam value ind
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This is a comprehensive Periodic Table Lab Activity Simulation for students. There are 3 documents: 1) Lab Introduction Document with Questions and setting the context to examine unknown elements from the Planet Pumpernickel 2) 9 page flash cards of unknown alien elements that have element propertie
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Students can pretend to be meteorologists and predict the weather in various parts of the United States by identifying the weather map symbols and recalling the associated weather.
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The activity is designed as a follow-up to my Data Bias activity (posted for free). Student use what they learned about data bias to create data presentations (graphs, charts) that help prove their point. Multiple scenarios are given where students are trying to convince their parents that their g
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This lab focuses on the colors of the visible spectrum and what colors of light are best absorbed and what color is reflected (green) by plants. It really helps students in understanding why plants ARE green and why they would not grow under green light, but do grow under red, orange, blue, and viol
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Access a free PhET simulation and allow students to work independently in discovering the effects of forces on objects.
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This activity was designed to be a PBL Entry Event or Attention Grabber for a larger unit on electricity and magnetism. However, it could be used as an introduction lesson into electricity and magnetism. Station 1: Ouch! You Shocked Me! - static electricity Station 2: Can
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Students transcribe DNA into a strand of precursor mRNA, identify codons, cut out introns, and attach a 5’cap and poly-A tail. They then translate the mRNA into the final protein. Genetic code and answers included. An excellent activity for senior biology students. Can be used as an individual a
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DON'T BUY THIS GAME! Get it for free by signing up for my newsletter at: https://middleschoolearthscience.github.io Rock Cycle Connect 4 Game includes a diagram of the rock cycle, a detailed lesson plan with suggested pre-game activities and
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These rulers provide a simple but powerful example for your measurement lessons! This file is fully made with PowerPoint basic objects, so you can rotate and scale each ruler individually, and you can change the colors to match your school colors, local college colors, OR your favorite PowerPoint t
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This is a class activity for students to act out the behavior of molecules of matter depending on their state.
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For this activity students will use use the website http://www.miamisci.org/ph/phpanel.html. There is a data sheet that students will fill in as they "test" red cabbage indicator, pH strips, and learn about pH numbers.
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This is part of the Getting Excited about Soil series there is also a lesson plan that goes along with this Power Point. This power point just touches over the basics and is very short to keep the attention of the younger audiences. It is a great way to begin getting students interested in agricultu
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This is a fun way for students to learn about light and color. Go through the app/lab yourself to ensure you have the few things you will need for them to complete all the experiments. IE: index card, etc...
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The app is free and this is the lab sheet that guides students through the app with higher level thinking questions and also ensures that students learned the information you wanted them to. You may want to have students bring in headphones for this one!
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This investigation leads students through the process of conducting a simple experiment that tests the effect of force on an object. Students will follow the Scientific Process to design, test, record results, and communicate conclusions about their experiment. Start with a common problem and let k
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This product is intended to give you and your students a hands-on opportunity to predict and observe how water can change states. This is intended to be a culminating investigation after your study of states of matter. It is also intended to be a small group activity. First, students will be given a
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Rootbeer float activity.
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Genetics is at the heart of modern biology. This tutorial will guide students through the sex-linked inheritance (X-linked recessive) pattern. The tutorial begins with a review of Mendelian genetics and then proceeds into the rules and patterns of X-linked inheritance. Along the way, students will m
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This bundle includes 4 awesome units to support the study of weather. These units are aligned to NGSS standards, and also include many opportunity for students to integrade language arts with reading, writing, and presenting. These units are available separately, but you will save by purchasing al
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This lesson is great for any age to teach the steps of the Scientific Method. I prefer to do this the day after we go over what the Scientific Method is. The students will be able to construct an understanding of the scientific method by going through each step. There is a student handout that the
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Water Cycle Connect 4 includes a diagram of the water cycle, a detailed lesson plan with suggested pre-game activities and a preparation checklist, tokens for each player, a familiar looking gameboard, a visual example of gameplay and easy to follow game instructions. Field tested with sixth-grader
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The eternal battle of mitosis vs. meiosis comprehension becomes a whole lot easier. In this Mitosis vs. Meiosis animation, the individual stages of mitosis and meiosis are presented together so students can see the subtle differences between each. This is NOT a typical PowerPoint with main idea bull
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Upper Elementary students learn about the structures animals have to help them with nutrition, self-defense, reproduction, and communication. Inquiry activities include: Activity 1: My Beak is Better Than Yours: Students focus on the beak structure of birds and how this specific structure helps
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I can not begin to tell you how much I love using this model in my class. It demonstrates weathering, erosion, and deposition (without the use of stations, water, or sand!) at a minimal cost. It is a hands-on model that takes very little class time and just a small amount of teacher monitoring. T
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This is a great way to introduce a unit on taxonomy, the diversity of life, and the six kingdoms of living organisms. This is a group activity, but it could be done individually as well. I am including the full directions below so you can get an idea of what this activity entails. There are four fol
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An interactive simulation of combined gas laws - Charles's law, Boyle's law and Gay-Lussac's law, showing the relationship between pressure, temperature and volume. Use the circular handle to change volume and the switch to light the fire and increase temperature. To get a better look at the molec
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This has students going through the rock cycle and interacting with mini experiments along the way. It's a great way to introduce your rock unit! The ipad app is free and this is the lab sheet to guide students through to ensure they are recieivng the information you want them to.
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Do you wish you could turn your 2D seasons diagrams into a 3D experience so your students could really understand how the tilt of Earth affects seasons? How powerful would that be for your struggling students? Now you can! Seasons AR by Haney Science is an innovative product that utilizes the powe
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New and Improved! This animation has literally been years in the making. The previous version was nice but it always bothered me that it did not include crossing over, which is a major stage of meiosis. This updated meiosis animation follows a diploid human cell as it undergoes meiosis in order t
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This STEM based activity challenges students to "figure" out a way to dry their hands with the least amount of paper from a paper towel. This activity is based on a video from TED Talks. Students work in groups of 4 to brainstorm and then create and then demonstrate how to dry their hands in an ef
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These rulers provide a simple but powerful example for your measurement lessons! This file is fully made with PowerPoint basic objects, so you can rotate and scale each ruler individually, and you can change the colors to match your school colors, local college colors, OR your favorite PowerPoint t
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Activities to better understand safety in physics. Can be set up as science centers with an activity to go through at each station for middle school.
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The lunar phases are typically hard for students to learn, mostly because they are really hard to visualize. Thus, I created a simulation using styrofoam balls stuck on pencils to help students see exactly why the moon "changes shape." This lesson focuses on the integration of diagramming, keen obse
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This lesson uses the Jason Digital Lab Coaster Creator to teach students about the transfer of potential and kinetic energy. Students will construct a roller coaster and then make modifications to improve the design. If the coaster does not have enough energy it will not make it to the end and too m
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Eco Explorers in Action is an activity created collaboratively through Iowa State University. You can view standards and a page-by-page teacher guide at http://ecoexplorers.weebly.com/teachers.html. We hope you enjoy this interactive experience! Grade: K-3 Required Resources: 1. One copy of the
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This is a free iPad app and these are the worksheets to guide students in using the app and getting the most information from it.
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Students virtually construct different circuits and complete different tests to learn aspects of the parallel and series circuits. This is the lab sheet that guides students through the app to ensure understanding.
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This incorporates wave interactions and light energy and has students delving deeper in to light aspects.
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Students interact with Oscillators to understand intensity and frequency and tuning forks to understand pitch. You might want to have students bring in earphones for this one!
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This 3 States of Matter 3D Clip Art Set includes the the 9 pieces of clip art shown in the preview, separately in jpg and png formats. Check out my store for more clip art and bundles. This clip art may be used for personal or commercial use. This includes items you may wish to sell on TPT. Please
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Super fun animation that is a real hit with middle school students (surprise surprise). Animates how molecules move from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration, using a context that students can relate to.
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This is a great computer model of what factors affect natural selection. Students are "predators" and eat dots on the screen. They collect data on how the population changes over time and how variation, population size, and heritability of a trait affect how the population changes over time. The
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The Fraction Wheel Pulley Machine This interactive application uses pulleys to create an animated fraction wheel. Students connect different size pulleys and turn a crank to produce multicolored fraction wheel sections. The possible fractions include all fractions with denominators less than or eq
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Objectives: Students will be able to: ● Construct a model of an atom. ● Determine the charge of an atom or ion. ● Explain how to determine the numbers and types of subatomic particles in an atom. Materials Needed: ● Computers with Internet access
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This is one of my favorite activities for teaching the Scientific Method! For the activity/lab, I set-up 8 stations around the room, each with: 1 - an empty oyster pail (Chinese take out container) 2 - a sealed oyster pail containing two random objects 3 - a collection of 10 objects that could be
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