Animal Habitats - Great addition to a Habitat Unit with activity pages, writing ideas and pages to complement a zoo field trip.
Polar, Ocean, Forest, Rain Forest, Desert and Grassland Habitats
Label the zoo map (Color cut and paste)
Spiders are fascinating creatures! Learn about what makes them so interesting, as well as helpful to us, and so much more!
The majority of the mini-books include the answers (when relevant) at the end of each activity. The answers are set up in a way where they can be cut and glued to the mini-book
Cell Physiology Mega Bundle. Includes 5 Complete Unit Plan Bundles. Cell Structure and Function, Mitosis and Meiosis, Enzymes and Chemical Reactions, Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
By far, my most popular products are my complete unit plan bundles. This Cell Physiology Bundle c
The package: "Lesson on: How Batteries Work" includes everything you will need to run the lesson.
- 5 Mission Assignments:
-Mission 1: Alkaline Battery
-Mission 2: Nickel Cadmium Battery
-Mission 3: Nickel Metal Hydride Battery
-Mission 4: Lithium Ion Battery
-Mission 5: Your Missio
Students love to study animals! This animal adaptations workbook is designed to help them understand what adaptations are and how animals use them. The material is designed to use as individual lessons or across several weeks/months.
Check out this incredible Baby Animals Mini Unit. Your student will learn tons of fun facts about baby animals and also practice comparing and contrasting different baby animals!
*** 73 PAGES ***
Baby Animals Featured in the Unit:
Lion Cub, Tiger Cub, Spider Monkey Infant, Whale Calf, Elephant C
This resource is a great supplement to any unit on the seasons of the year. Students will learn about the four seasons using a variety of engaging activities. They will learn how the Earth’s rotation and tilt cause the seasons, and about the months of the year. This mini-unit will also help them i
Constellations, Stars, Galaxies & Nebula PowerPoint: Stop getting lost looking for stars & constellations! This lesson not only teaches about the stars & constellations, but how to find them too!
This PowerPoint on Locating Constellations, Stars, Galaxies and Nebula can be used for any
Watching tadpoles turn into frogs is a simple, fun way to learn about life cycles and observe frogs up close, and learn about Science!
I created this Frog Lifecycle Notebook so kids could:
- Visualize the frog cycle
- Learn more about frogs
- Write down weekly observation, note where in their lifec
Print out 5 different Life Cycle Posters with directions on assembly and usage this Spring to bring into the classroom concepts of Biology and Science. Spring is a great time to introduce the life cycles as things all around us in the environment are beginning to grow and change from plants to the a
This is a lesson of different kind of zoo animals from different parts of the world. The first page of each animal shows either their skin or fur depending on the animal. The second page is the actual animal that matches the skin or fur. The there is a fact about each animal.
A fun and hands-on way to introduce your students to the wonderful world of science. Includes lessons on the scientific method, variables, and two of most important skills in science, observation and communication. Each of the 4 lesson plans have several hands-on activities using simple inexpensive
This booklet includes a nonfiction passage about the inner planets, common core activities and think marks poster for nonfiction text.
This “Reading to Learn” booklet is meant to supplement your core curriculum and provide fun and engaging educational material. They are perfect for Close Reading! T
This four page mini-unit includes a vocabulary flipsheet, a page for explaining uneven charges and like/unlike charges, a page showing how charges move to create static electricity, and a summary page for students to demonstrate what they've learned about charged objects. This makes a great addition
Apple Unit contains over almost 80 pages of material specifically designed for students with special learning needs, especially autism. This unit on apples addresses the characteristics of apples in a simplified but rigorous way for students with diverse learning needs to make mean
Interactive Powerpoint lesson on the differences between chemical and physical changes. Students are able to click through the powerpoint and learn the differences between chemical changes and physical changes. A quiz with answers is included. The powerpoint includes a total of 26 slides. Great for
States of Matter Pack Includes
Label ice, water and gas, color the heating and cooling arrows
Sates of Matter molecule handout with illustrations
Glue molecules on the states of water
States of Matter create a flip book (two inside page options)
Solid, liquid, gas fun cut
This 47 slide presentation with AWESOME moving backgrounds and vivid animations includes all of the energy standards for South Carolina. Included is a menu slide with hyperlinks to each energy topic. No need to view the whole powerpoint searching for one topic! Hyperlinks have also been included thr
A complete unit on chicks and oviparous animals!
Page 4-5 are two different versions of an are-can-have chart for the first day.
Page 6-8 is a Chicken Life Cycle.
Page 9-13 is a Chicken Life Cycle Mini-Book. Page 14 has the pictures to cut out and glue in order, one on each page. Students a
INTERDEPENDENT RELATIONSHIPS IN ECOSYSTEMS, NGSS MS-LS2.A, information and activities, 24 pages, next generation science standards, Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy, AND Dynamics NGSS MS-LS2. ecosystems ws, animal interactions, predator prey worksheet,
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This packet contains work on natural resources that will easily go with any unit. It covers topics like nonrenewable resources, such as fossil fuels which include coal, oil and natural gas. It also covers renewable resources such as geothermal, and wind. It touches on solar and nuclear energy and
Students will be introduced to the metric system and the basic units used. The will then learn prefixes and how to convert between larger and smaller units (g -->mg)
Includes practice problems, word problems, and measuring lab.
This is a one week unit on plants. These are complete lesson plans. The teacher and class predicts and observes plants over the course of a week. **includes technology** (Digital camera & Picture Printer). Students loved this!
This unit is designed to be used over a one week period focusing on a different aspect of whales each day. The unit includes basic whale anatomy, the two types of whales, and whale habits. Easy to understand by lower elementary. A whale craft project suggestion is included along with a poem about
This is a packet meant to accompany your flower or plant unit. It has four interactive plant "wheels" students could use for notebooks or journals. It includes labeled and unlabeled flower diagrams, pocket chart strips, portable word wall, flower male/female attributes, T or F check up page, the fo
This engaging hands-on unit teaches students about electrical circuits.
Here's what's included:
Activity 1: Light it Up!: Students investigate different ways to light a light bulb using a wire, a bulb, and a battery.
Activity 2: Insulators and Conductors: Students investigate a variety of mat
This 44 slide presentation with moving backgrounds and vivid animations includes all of the animal standards for South Carolina. Included is a menu slide with hyperlinks to each animal topic. No need to view the whole powerpoint searching for one topic! Hyperlinks have also been included througho
This is a very comprehensive resource to be used as part of a 1st or 2nd grade unit on Space and the Solar System. This is a tic-tac-toe menu covering nine possible learning centres/activities/class investigations about space concepts. Teachers can have students select the activities to complete b
This brief study was created to teach an overview of the praying mantis to young children. The enclosed pages will teach students the main points regarding a praying mantis, including where they live, what they eat, who their predators are, their anatomy, etc.
The unit includes a fill-in-the blan
The purpose of this activity is to allow students to think critically to answer an EXTREMELY fun question. In this case, does Diet Coke really provide the best mentos/soda eruption? The students will need to use the scientific method to determine a way to answer that question. They will also need
This mini unit includes activities to help students build a conceptual understanding of states of matter and how molecules move within each. This is a rather abstract concept for young students, so providing hands on experiences where they can make observations and construct their own knowledge is
This is a unit on Newton's 3 Laws of Motion and Forces including Incluned Planes, Atwood's Machine Lab to study Newton's 2nd Law, friction, and free body diagrams. I have used this unit in my physics class.
This is perfect for a one or two week study on zoo animals! The animals include: lion, tiger, giraffe, zebra, elephant, and monkey. Each animal has a color and black line. You have a wide range of things to do like a KWL chart, label the animal, and read facts about the animal and answer questions.
Students can use this foldable and station information cards to understand how biomolecules are broken down in the digestive system. The teacher should laminate and post the four cards (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids) in four different areas of the room or on the wall. Then, have
This mini unit includes 5 hands on engaging activities designed to help build a conceptual understanding of properties of matter. Teacher instructions as well as all student activity sheets are included.
Activity 1: The Properties Game This first activity is a game to help develop a conceptual un
This engaging inquiry-based mini-unit helps students develop a conceptual understanding about the importance of reducing, reusing, and recycling. Here's what's included:
Activity 1: Earth’s Water: This inquiry activity helps students conceptualize the available water for human consumption. Exten
A simple yet great, fun and interactive MS Power Point presentation on Plants based on 5th Grade Scott Foresman: Science textbook.
I know there is a lot of information around. However, I wanted something more specific for my pupils this school year.
It is oriented to Unit A “Life Science”, Chapter
I LOVE this lab! My students LOVE this lab! When I am introducing the scientific method, few labs are easier to complete than this one and the materials couldn't be easier to prepare. This investigation helps students to understand how the independent and dependent variables affect the distance t
This 41 slide Inquiry Unit PowerPoint comes complete with a hyperlinked main menu:
Triple Beam Balance
Estimated Time: 14-16 hours
By the end of this course, students will have an understanding of the structures and function of the circulatory system, including the heart, blood vessels, blood, and the role of lymphatic system.
anterior vena cava, antibody, antigen, aorta, arterial duct a
All in one five senses unit! This unit contains daily large group and small group activities, all handouts, posters, standards, and teaching suggestions you will need for the week. This unit takes the topic of 5 senses and makes it fun and interactive for the students. Take a look at the preview and
Graphing skills every Physics (General Science) student must posses. 3 types of mathematical relationships and their graphical presentations. These 5 pages of theory and practice is the part of Math for Physics/Science Students mini-course I have developed for my Regents Physics class.
By the time students reach middle school, they have learned how to fill in the data on a table, bar chart, and graph, but they still need to learn how to create (construct, make, or draw) one from scratch. This is a PowerPoint presentation, with lecture notes and associated worksheets, that demonstr
The labs for the five senses were created to teach students from K – 8 about the senses of their body. This zip file includes the labs for “Edible Eye”, “Great Vibrations”, “Simulated Stomach”, “Sugary Spine”, "Candy Heart", "Candy Cell" and “Nervous Nerves”. Also, there are handouts designed especi
This is one of four mini-journals in a microorganism unit for 5-8th grade. (6th Grade Utah Core Curriculum) It includes the study guide for the bacteria unit, a bacteria lab, a bacteria classification lab, and vocabulary. It is meant to be copied two-sided for each student and stapled with a booklet
Explore the prairies of North America by studying animals that make those grasslands their home. This set includes one cover page for the set. Each animal includes, one fact sheet, 3 basic-lined pages and 3 primary-lined pages. I've also added additional templates if you choose to study additional