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Looking for a hands-on way to take a look at the continents before they were formed? The Pangea Puzzle Activity allows students to explore how the continents were once formed and begin to draw conclusions through fossil evidence. This low prep activity is designed with the middle school student in mind. It can be used in a home, distance learning, 1:1 classroom, or traditional school setting and it comes in both a PDF and an editable digital Google Docs TM format.What's Included?Teacher Directi
This is an informational passage and assessment on Alfred Wegener and the theory of continental drift (Pangaea), something we all know a bit about but very few understand completely. In keeping with the needs of middle school-age students, the text is written in an interesting and understandable style and is not overly scientific. It was written specifically for Grade 5-8 students and can be used in a number of ways by teachers (close reading, direct instruction in class, independent practice, h
Fun addition to a NGSS middle school plate tectonics & Earth's history unit! There are only 10 boxes to cut, so it doesn't make a big book, but kids clearly see the progression of the continents over time. Great supplemental activity when teaching seafloor spreading, continental drift, plate tectonics, etc.! In this activity students will:Color and cut out the provided "flip book" picture boxes. Staple the picture boxes to create a "flip book" type project that shows plate movement over m
OVER 250 sold and counting!Review the sample and buy with confidence knowing EXACTLY what you are getting!This package includes a ready to go lesson plan with accompanying video. This will allow for a class led discussion, video presentation introducing the super continent, Pangaea \ Pangea, how it was formed and how it evolved in to our present day continents. Student will then be ready to create their own map of Pangaea \ Pangea using cutouts. Keywords: Search:pangea, Search:pangaea, continent
Grades:
4th - 7th
*Note this activity has been converted to a google slides activity as Jamboard cannot be uploaded on TpT yet. If you would like the link to the Jamboard version of the activity, I can provide that upon request*Curious about how you can make learning about Continental Drift and Pangea interactive and hands-on during virtual learning? Want to ditch the unpredictable adobe flash compatibility issues of simulation websites but still thoughtfully engage students in learning and exploration?Try this a
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
In this activity, students will cut apart and match up continents using fossil evidence to make a "supercontinent" like Pangea. This resource includes:Pangea puzzlePangea puzzle keyPangea puzzle questionsPangea puzzle questions key
Plate Tectonic Theory | Pangea & Continental Drift | Interactive Lesson Activity | Videos & Puzzles This digital lesson on the history of the Plate Tectonic Theory is perfect for your science classroom! Students read history, do interactive puzzles, watch videos, and answer questions along the way. This lesson covers Alfred Wegener's Continental Drift Theory, Pangea or Pangaea, Henry Hess and Seafloor Spreading, and ends with the Plate Tectonic Theory. You can present this to your studen
Introduce the theory of plate tectonics with evidence from the continental drift hypothesis! Students must help the game-world version of Sir Alfred Wegener as he strives to convince a disbelieving world that the continents are moving and have moved over time! Students are presented with eight landmass puzzle pieces and they must interpret coastlines, landforms, and fossils to rebuild the supercontinent of Pangea! This activity is a great review of Earth Layers and a wonderful preview of Plate T
This lesson is the perfect way to have your students connect continents to recreate Pangea without the need for paper, scissors, or printing. Students will have an intro reading, then they will move onto connecting the continents to recreate Pangea. Afterwords, students will answer questions that prompt them to provide reasoning their Pangea model. Lastly, students will forward model where the continents will likely be in the future, and confirm their model with a video. This powerpoint can be s
Looking for a no prep way to learn about Pangea? The Pangea (Pangaea) Activity Bundle allows students to explore how the continents were once formed through a puzzle activity, bingo, and the creation of a presentation. This activity is designed with the middle school student in mind, can be used in a home, distance learning, 1:1 classroom, or traditional school setting, and it comes in both a PDF and an editable digital Google Docs TM format.There are a total of 3 resources at a 20% DISCOUNT.Wha
Grades:
7th - 8th
This is a 1 period activity (approx 30 min) for middle school students. In the activity they will watch a video and respond (5-10 min), then will rebuild the continent of Pangea with the provided images (10-15min), and finally reflect on how they were able to use the provided clues to put the continent back together. The lesson is available as a Google Slides doc, and should be distributed to students so that EACH STUDENT GETS THEIR OWN COPY, to complete and turn in.
Grades:
6th - 9th
Looking for a fun way to review Pangea (Pangaea) vocabulary? This bingo game allows middle school students to review 24 different terms associated with the supercontinent. This is a no prep activity and can be used in a home, hybrid, 1:1 classroom, or traditional school setting and it comes in both a PDF and an editable digital Google Docs ™ format.What's Included?Teacher DirectionsStudent DirectionsBingo CardsBingo Clues and ChecklistWord BankStudent NotesBlank Bingo Card TemplateReflection Que
This is a digital version of a worksheet where students would cut, move, and and create Pangea. Students are able to rotate the continents around and drag them to fit as they would have in Pangea
Pangea Map Puzzle: Students use evidence to re-form the supercontinent Pangea! Using both fossil and geologic evidence, students will understand how Alfred Wegener supported the theory of Continental Drift. This activity does take time, but it's a great way to get your kiddos DOING! Fantastic follow up/ application question included.This resource now contains both PRINT and DIGITAL COPIES of this activity. A link has been added for the digital version (Which you can see HERE). If you already pur
Layers and Plate Tectonics Choice Boards and Activity Pages (Paper and Google Drive Versions), Digital Distance Learning & PrintEarth Science Layers and Plate Tectonics Activities, Choice Board, DigitalEarth Science Graphic Organizers, Earth Science Digital Interactive Notebook, Earth Science Summer School, Earth Science Google Activities ➤➤➤INCLUDED IN SEVERAL BUNDLE TO SAVE $$$→EARTH SCIENCE MEGA BUNDLE→Layers and Plate Tectonics BUNDLE→EARTH SCIENCE CHOICE BOARDS (Google or Paper Versions
This is the DIGITAL VERSION of my BEST SELLING Pangea Puzzle found HERE. I HIGHLY recommend you purchase the original for $1 more. It has BOTH the paper AND digital versions.This Google Slides activity has 6 slides. 1. Directions for students.2. Key3. Puzzle for students with movable pieces.4. Follow up questions for students.5. PUZZLE KEY for teacher6. Follow up question KEY for teacherLet me know if you have any questions! I show ALL student slides in the preview.Thanks!Lisa
Grades:
5th - 8th
Introduce and reinforce spelling for 30 basic Earth science vocabulary words with this fun word search worksheet. A brief definition is given for each of the words, assuring that puzzlers will be learning as well as having fun. Look in all directions (including backwards and diagonally) and watch out: some words do overlap, making things a little more challenging.The vocabulary words covered in this Earth science activity are:Ablation, Bedrock, Cave, Delta, Earthquake, Core, Crust, Erosion, Fa
This Earth Science foldable has it all! It ties in almost all of the Earth Science concepts. From: * Pangea to present-day-earth. (Axis, Tropics, Hemisphere, Equator) * Waves (Transverse and Compression) * Convection currents (Heat transfer through liquid) * Earth's inner structure ( Asthenosphere, Lithosphere, and Mesosphere) * Tectonic Plates * Earthquakes (P waves and S waves) You can make this lesson as simple or complex as your students need. It covers a variety of STAAR tested objecti
Students drag and drop the plates and interact with this fun, digital geoscience puzzle like activity. They place the changing tectonic plates in their correct locations on a map along with several other engaging activities(MS-ESS2-2 and MS-ESS2-3). This resource has three main components. 1) Digital map that the students drag tectonic plates on to while learning the locations/relationships. 2) Drag and drop labeling of the different types of boundaries and structures formed by plate actions.3)
This is a set of 48 cards covering transform boundary, convergent boundary, divergent boundary, Alfred Wegener, continental drift, Pangea, tectonic plates, subduction zone, continental crust, oceanic crust, mantle, sea-floor spreading, convection current, lithosphere, asthenosphere, and mid-ocean ridge. Each vocabulary term has a illustration card and definition card.With what standard does this resource align?This resource will aid students in moving towards mastery of Next Generation Science S
A MEGA Lab and Activity Bundle for Middle School Science. Life, Earth, and Physical Science. A total of 81 labs, activities, and demos. One pdf for each subject area. Table of contents for each includes: area of study, title of lab, uncommon materials, and duration. *I have been teaching all three areas of middle school science for 14 years. Labs/activities are my specialty. These are FANTASTIC. I promise.*For each individual labTeacher page with set-up, tips, timing, full materials listStudent
Earth’s surface has changed over time. Students will look at patterns of Earth’s features to examine these changes. Students will learn about Pangea, Continental Drift Theory, and seafloor spreading. Students will enjoy this great hands-on, research-based project to get students thinking about patterns of Earth’s features and fossil records and how they help to show geologic changes over time.In this unit:Students will collect evidence from the presentationcomplete their own research using QR co
EARTHQUAKES, VOLCANOES, TSUNAMIS, ACTIVITY PACKET, 37 pages, fully printable, no prep needed, print and go! Information, activities, assessments, teacher notes, plate tectonic, seafloor spreading, plate boundaries, mountain formations, mountains, biologyguy, middle school science, NGSS assessments.Thank you for purchasing this NGSS aligned resource “Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tsunamis”. This resource includes information and activities, which cover the core ideas from ESS1.C: The History of Plan
Searching for all the things to DO in your middle school Earth Science class?? YOU FOUND THEM! I've perfected and compiled all of my favorite, almost all unique to me, activities, labs, and demos for middle school Earth Science. **If you purchase my EARTH SCIENCE CURRICULUM, THESE ARE INCLUDED!** Each lab and activity is found within its corresponding UNIT.This is ONE pdf. There is a table of contents, and then for each lab/activity/demo...Teacher Page: materials, set-up, tipsStudent Page(s)Answ

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