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Are you working on developing earth science curriculum? Do you need another reference guide or looking for some ideas to use in your classroom? Here is a trio of resources to help you out! Teacher's Guide - 342 pages Student Workbook - 365 Pages Textbook - 725 pages Sections (taken from the tab
The Universe 101 Reading Packet covers some basic middle school and high school level astronomy topics, such as the structure of the universe, the big bang theory, evidences of the big bang theory (red shift, cosmic background radiation, distribution of elements in the universe), the star life cycle
This digital and print workbook is designed to introduce students to the evidence that supports the big bang theory. Based on the NGSS Evidence Statements themselves, it is crafted to assist students in developing and cementing the understandings necessary to meet the standard. Ideally, students sho
This is a very short booklet that briefly explains ways to identify and classify rocks and minerals. It also explains Mohs scale of hardness. It has two short quizzes inside.
What if every part of the flower could come to life? In this science trade book, they do! If a Flower Could Talk focuses on the petal, stem, leaf, roots, pistil, and stamen. Some other flower terms mentioned are as follows: sepal, calyx, filament, anther, stigma, style, ovary, seed, pollination,
A one page reading passage on how soil is formed, the different grain sizes of soil and why it is important. This is a very information filled passage. Key vocabulary words included in the passage are inorganic organic decomposer humus grain size sand silt clay horizon topsoil subsoil parent mat
This workbook is designed to provide the content necessary to address the Next Generation Science Standard HS-ESS2-3: Develop a model based on evidence of Earth’s interior to describe the cycling of matter by thermal convection. Students learn about Earth’s structure by examining evidence scientist
This article compares the Sun and Polaris (the North Star). Use this text to teach NGSS standard 5.ESS1.1 and/or to practice comparing and contrasting details from a single informational text.Using my Top Hat Graphic Organizer in conjunction with this article will help students organize important de
This is a 20 page visual glossary for all sixth grade science vocabulary terms. I also teach an honors course so some seventh grade terms are in the glossary as well. It's a great dictionary and visual resource for the students to use in the classroom.
This is a wonderful science journal that focuses on Ecosystems! It offers individual practice, partner work, and small group or whole class lab activities. This is a supplement to the Macmillan McGraw-Hill 3rd grade Science Curriculum– Unit A: Life Science: Looking at Plants and Animals and Unit B
This mini-book is a perfect way to introduce your two-year-old class to an apple unit. Using simple color pictures, this book introduce basic apple facts, including flowers on the trees, apple tree needs, and apple colors.
Higher Altitudes in Earth Science - Student Edition: Higher Altitudes in Earth Science develops the students understanding of the earth and its surroundings. Meteorology, geology, astronomy, climatology, and oceanography are explored along with weather forecasting, volcanic activity, earthquakes, st
Enjoyed and tested by students in and outside the classroom.Environmental advocacy remains as an important role today as it was more than 100 years ago when John Muir was champion for protecting the environment. Muir’s persuasive writing, accomplishments and advocacy for forests, wild lands and wild
Help connect young readers using this informational booklet on science commone core standards.
This book is for students with reading and listening comprehension deficits. It is ideal for visual and kinesthetic learners, particularly those who love to draw, but it can be beneficial for students with other learning preferences and interests as well. It covers the California Science standar
You've found a great non-fiction resource about forest layers. NOTE:**This is not a Rain Forest Book!** Very few teacher resources talk just about forests that are in North America, let alone Oklahoma!! This big book is 11x17 in size and full color with actual photography taken from forests in Ok
This is an introduction to WikiCurriculum hosted at clayscience.wikispaces.com. WikiCurriculum is designed to allow students, teachers, parents, and experts to suggest updates, changes, and resources. This model makes ClayScience the most adaptable science curriculum on the planet. It is available f
Simple and direct Geology text to be used as a resource in a middle school science class. The text can be used for explicit reading activities or as a student support resource.
Higher Altitudes in Earth Science - Teacher's Edition: Higher Altitudes in Earth Science develops the students understanding of the earth and its surroundings. Meteorology, geology, astronomy, climatology, and oceanography are explored along with weather forecasting, volcanic activity, earthquakes,
This is a leveled Earth Science textbook for middle school students. Includes being a scientist, geology, water/weather, and astronomy.
This is just one page of the 51-page booklet of weather curriculum available entitled "Weather in the Classroom". This weather unit has been used by over 500,000 students all over the country over the last10 years and is not available on Teachers Pay Teachers!
In this product you will find resources to help you teach land and water.Incluido encontrará: lecturas, hojas de comprensión, claves, recortables, foldables y otras actividadesTemas: meteorizaciónerosióndeposición los efectos del agualos efectos del vientolos efectos del hielola composición del suel
This mini textbook serves as a vivid, engaging, lively, and comprehensive review of oceans for students in upper elementary through middle school. It serves as the perfect launch pad and foundation for any oceans unit, covering most or all of the curriculum. Here’s what it covers:World oceanGeograph
This is a seventeen page book about leaves. Through colorful paper illustrations, trees through the seasons, colors, counting and critical thinking are taught to children. This book is aimed at children two to three years old. No lengthy paragraphs, no complicated language. Just right for two-ye

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