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This set features 40 digital task cards over the concept of force and motion! This would be a perfect activity for first, second, and third grade students. This resource features vocabulary that is essential for learning about how things move. The slides are all very student friendly, and your cl
This is a great way to practice a little bit of science while having fun! In this game, students look at objects and decide if they are magnetic or not as they move around the game board. The science game can be used for stations/centers, partner games, or small group practice. A printable is inc
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K - 2nd
Great vocabulary review game for Electricity and Magnets Includes Word cards and Definition cards Each word matches one or more definition cards to help students understand various aspects of the definition. Includes: standard definition, use of the word in a defining sentence and pictures. To pla
Use these whole group and small group games with your students to help review all that you have taught in your magnetism unit!The games include:1) A sorting game where students look at 24 different cards and decide if they are magnetic or not magnetic. Students record their answers on a recording
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2nd - 5th
Magnets Quiz Show! Designed as a question and answer game format, students can review your magnets unit and have fun doing it! Categories: Attract / repel Types of magnets Magnetic fields Support / refute (students must support or give evidence to refute a statement) Vocabulary 25 Questions To inc
Magnet unit has 12 integrated, differentiated, and engaging activities, games, lessons, and assessments to supplement your temporary and permanent magnet unit! This unit covers everything from what a magnet is to the types and examples of magnets, along with vocabulary. Please view the preview to ge
This product, by It’s Not Rocket Science, is a vocabulary review resource of energy, electricity and magnetism vocabulary terms including: Conservation of energy, thermal energy, work and power, current, circuits, and magnetism, inspired by the popular game "Taboo."How can I use this?      • As an
This task/scoot card set focuses on the science topic magnets. Play whole class, in centers, or as a small group game. Game cover and directions pages have been created in both portrait and landscape. You choose which orientation you prefer. The set includes: 24 Task/Scoot Cards Answer Key Rec
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2nd - 4th
This is a great powerpoint that is loads of fun for your students. It is chopped full of standards based questions about "heat" and "magnets" for third graders in Georgia. Your students will BEG for more when they play this fun game.
Magnetic Game Board - Magnets - Attract or Not! Magnets Magnets Magnets Magnets Magnets Magnets Magnets Reading Wonders Reading Wonders Reading Wonders Reading Wonders Science/Literacy Centers, Learning Centers, Games http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Jackie-Hurley This product has
Magnets Quiz Show! Designed as a question and answer game format, students can review your magnets unit and have fun doing it! Categories: Attract / repel Types of magnets Magnetic fields Support / refute (students must support or give evidence to refute a statement) Vocabulary 25 Questions To inc
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2nd - 4th
Get every student in your class fully engaged to review for testing, at the end of your electricity and magnets unit, or any time that you need a fun science activity. It's a great hands-on activity for a sub day or a day when your schedule is out of whack. This is an "I Have...Who Has" game for a c
a 31-slide review game based on the book Magnets Push, Magnets Pull by David A. Adlertrue or false, multiple choice, picture answers*correct answers turn green, incorrect answers turn redvarious slides of "Teaching Moments" -- things to go over with your students to further a discussion -- found in
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2nd - 3rd
With 42 question cards on permanent magnets and electromagnets this is an enjoyable and challenging board game for up to six players per set. It is suitable for all abilities. Included in this PackGame board42 Question cards with questions of varying difficultyTeacher answer sheetInstruction sheet.
I use this Quiz, Quiz, trade game at the end of the Applied forces section of our Science book. You can play this game three separate ways. The instructions are included. There are approx 45 questions. I also have a Sound Quiz, Quiz, Trade, but it is separate from this. If you download, pleas
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3rd - 4th
A compendium of seven, enjoyable and challenging games on atoms, molecules, elements, compounds, chemical symbols, formulae and naming compounds. Each game is fully resourced, suitable for all abilities, comes with full instructions and is easy to run. Games IncludedFind the Pair DominoesSmart Boa
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5th - 9th
This game reviews the properties of magnets using a fun trivia game based on the popular game show, Jeopardy®. It is in PowerPoint format and is very simple to use. When playing with the class, view it as a slide show, click on the point amount and it will take you to the corresponding question. On
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2nd - 4th
This game board features comprehension questions and vocabulary from the story "The Power of Magnets" The kids love to play these board games! It is perfect for early finishers or when you just have an extra few minutes. I have several more to go with other stories in Journey's. Check out my store t
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PLEASE EXTRACT THE FILE BEFORE PLAYING! I CAN'T STRESS THIS ENOUGH. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE POWERPOINT/GOOGLE SLIDES BEFORE DOWNLOADING THIS PRODUCT! This game would be a wonderful addition to your science lesson. I have included an answer document as well as a recording sheet for your student
Magnets Scoot Game Use this game to conduct a Scoot review at the end of a unit on magnets or use the questions in place of task cards. This file includes an answer key, student recording sheet, and 12 questions related to magnets. Questions can be found in color or in black and white. Additional
FUN WAY TO LEARN MATH!INTERACTIVE MAGNET GAME FOR PRESCHOOLERS!Instructions for use:1. Print the Number Fishes.2. Laminate/Paste to a folder.3. Cut out the fishes.4. Add a paper clip to the fishes.5. Create your fishing rod with a stick, a string, and a magnet!6. CATCH the FISHES and ENJOY LEARNING
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PreK - 1st
A quick push and pull game for your students to practice the attraction of poles on magnets.
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1st
A great way to consolidate learning on respiration with this pack of cards which can be used to play two games – wildcard and snap. So much fun, students don’t even realise they are learning! Prior Knowledge RequiredMagnetic materials can be made into magnets.Iron, cobalt and nickel and their alloys
A dominoes game with questions and statements on magnets and electromagnets instead of answers. Prior KnowledgeMagnetic materials can be made into magnets.Iron, cobalt and nickel and their alloys are magnetic materials. Unlike poles attract and like pole repel. There is an invisible magnetic field

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