Use this student-engaging lesson to introduce new science concepts or to review a unit of study. First, cut apart the squares and tape around the classroom. I always laminate first so I can save the cards for next year. Then, pass out the student scavenger hunt so kids can go around and fill in t
This is a Bingo game with a difference -- the formulas are ANYWHERE on the card instead of under a letter. There are 45 chemical compound formulas on 25 different cards. There is an Identification Chart to help students find a formula or its name.
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This is a fun, quick and easy to use pack with everything you need to explore Floating and Sinking. It includes experiments, activities, worksheets, checklists, flip book, crown, word bank words and labels and a fun little make a boat book for Kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 2. It is made to go hand
This game is your standard Bingo format, except with a slight twist. Instead of calling out the letter-number combination, the teacher or group leader reads a definition that goes with a word about electricity. Great for small groups, partners, or whole class if you don't mind more than one winner,