This lab is Modified for Special Ed and/or English Language Learners. It’s also EASY PREP, it's hands-on, students are engaged, it includes many physics concepts and I give you a link to my PREZI that has the info and scaffolding they need in order to succeed at this lab. My modifications are a WORD
Primarily aimed for teachers of students in grades kindergarten through second, “STEM For Young Learners: Dough” presents jam-packed projects for budding scientists, mathematicians and engineers. These activities help you make and create wonderful classroom experiences. Using the theme of dough as a
This resource is an activity designed to help your students practice telling the difference between potential and kinetic energy.
The resource includes 30 cards that students must sort into the appropriate categories. Some cards include images only and some cards include words only. There are 15 e
Card sorts are amazing! They give students the ability to work with vocabulary in a way that helps foster meaningful discussions with one another about content and helps you as the instructor to check for understanding.You could use this card sort in the beginning or the end of a unit. I prefer to u
This is great for mainstream, SPED and English language learners. You have front-loaded vocabulary, visual representations of Kinetic and Potential energy and it's EASY PREP!!! I also provide teacher directions and a key...-Print pages 3, 4, 5 and 6 of this document for each group.-Have the student