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This pack has more than 50 pages of tried and tested worksheets for your Middle School student. The activities only need minimum teacher direction, but at the same time they provide maximum learning for the kids in the class.Use the fabulous Google Earth Pro application to complete the worksheets. I
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This is a real-world math task based on the total solar eclipse that will take place on August 21, 2017. This task includes 5 real-world problems based on traveling to see the eclipse (using actual facts from this upcoming event)! The following concepts are included: Repeated Addition and/or Mul
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In this laboratory exercise, students will be able to construct a scaled model of the solar system. The finished model is nearly two meters long! All of the paper shapes to create the lab are included in the model template, so no adding machine tape is necessary.The model displays the modern concept
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This product addresses concepts related to Earth’s Place in the Universe: Analyze and interpret data to determine scale properties of object in the solar system.This activity is part of my much larger MS-ESS1-3 product: Scale Properties of Objects in the Solar System.This product consists of a chart
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This is a two for one activity set. Both of them involve taking distances in space and scaling them down to sizes observable on Earth. The first activity calculates sizes of the planets based on shrinking the Earth down to a 1cm diameter and then showing the spacing of the planets on a football fiel
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This product addresses concepts related to analyzing and interpreting data to determine scale properties of objects in the solar system.The product includes several posters, directions and calculations for making scale models, charts, and comparisons. The best way to see all that is included is to
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This is a nice little activity for helping your students get to understand how gravity works. In this activity students will be required to calculate how much they weigh on other planets in our solar system. Once they know how much they would weigh, they are required to create a bar graph showing
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This is an ISS or sub work packet which takes no prep. Keep this handy, or quickly print for the times when you have a student(s) in ISS and didn't know until that morning or when you wake up feeling terrible.This packet includes a full day's worth of activities that covers all subject areas (readin
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How do scientists determine the absolute age of a fossil? What is radiometric dating and how can we use isotopes to determine the age of something that may have lived and died before recorded history?This detailed lab activity explores the science behind radiometric dating and easily and clearly pro
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An exercise used by the student to determine the actual size of a dinsaur by its foot print. These can either be cut outs or reproductions.
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This a lab for an Earth Science class measuring the amount of water vapor in the air/ relative humidity. You will need psychrometers, water, and clocks with a second hand. This lab is better fit for an honors middle school class or high school class. The lab will take a week as measurements need
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This lesson is designed to give the students opportunities to conceptualize the vast distances involved in Astronomy, what role the speed of light plays with information in the Universe, and the time/velocity difficulties with interstellar travel. The lesson was intended to be a fast-paces primer fo
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An essential element in learning any subject is relatively of the subject matter to the learner. By comparing two ideas, on concrete and one abstract, the learner can easily create logical deductions about the information presented. In science education many times students are confronted with e
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Are you studying the plant life cycle? Do you need to data for the classroom that gets students excited? Use this product to keep up with bean plant growth. Watch your bean plant as it goes through its cycle of life. Use the collected data for math problems in the classroom. Create a bar graph with
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Does your project based learning include recycling? Do you need to collect trash data? Use this product to keep up with monthly trash collection data. How much of the trash you pick up or collect can be recycled? Your students will soon become recycling experts with a platform to tell others about.
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Practice worksheet using Density equations (Mass, Volume, and Density).
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These can help support your lessons on primary weather, seasons and weather symbols. Print symbols and laminate, use to graph the weather over a period of time.
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Step by step instructions to create a scale model of our atmosphere layers. Calculations and answer key are also included.You will need a copy of the FOSS Book: Weather and Water, or google the article "Thin Blue Veil" to use as a reference.
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This is a smartnotebook file. This activity has students creating two different graphs that show the thickness of the layers of the earth. They are to then compare the graphs and determine which better displays the data.
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In this lesson, you will learn how to create a normal distribution curve with Google Sheets. A normal distribution curve is a Bell curve. Here are some of the things you will learn.query the data into a new sheetsort and filter the dataUse Named Rangesuse AVERAGE, MEDIAN, MODE, and STANDARD DEVIATIO
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Use real data to illustrate weather's relationship with Climate. This data provides the foundation for discussion on the four seasons as well as natural weather events such as hurricanes, El Nino, La Nina, and how it pertains to the North Carolina coast and surrounding states. Each collection, supp
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Students will use the free resource, Model Ecosystems, provided by McGraw Hill's virtual labs as well as a spreadsheet included in the download to analyze and compare the biodiversity of different ecosystems. This resource would be a good introduction to Simpson's Biodiversity Index, species richne
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