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Written specifically to help your young science increase their understandings of fast and slow changes on Earth's surface. Comes with 2 levels (approaching and on grade, 800+ words) to accommodate the needs of your young readers. Also has 5 reading comprehension questions. Supports standards:NGSSS SC.1.E.6.3 - Recognize that some things in the world around us happen fast and some happen slowly. NGSS 2-ESS1-1 - Use information from several sources to provide evidence that Earth events can occur q
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1st - 2nd
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A fun piece of informational text to infuse some science into your reading block. Comes complete with a test marking activity and graphic organizer. Also has 3 M/C questions. Supports the Florida standard: Recognize that some things in the world around us happen fast and some happen slowly.
9 M/C Assessment Questions: Original assessment questions covering Florida standards SC.1.E.6.3
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Specifically written to cover Florida standard : SC.1.E.6.3 Recognize that some things in the world around us happen fast and some happen slowly.This passage is written a grade level. Sorry, we don't have other level quite ready. Comes complete with 5 ELA style questions that will make your reading coach smile. Readability:  All of our text is checked with multiple metrics to assure it is at an appropriate complexity for the student. By using multiple metrics, our experienced and knowledge staf
Passage describes how the Grand canyon was formed slowly over time by water. Cover standard: SC.1.E.6.3 Recognize that some things in the world around us happen fast and some happen slowly.This passage is written at Grade Level (1st Grade). All of our text is checked with multiple metrics to assure it is at an appropriate complexity for the student. By using multiple metrics, our experienced and knowledge staff are better able to determine an appropriate grade level rating. In most cases (we are
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1st - 2nd
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Science: Earth's ResourcesGraphic Organizers, Vocabulary, Writing Component(s), Compare & Contrast (7) , Scientific Method Graphic Organizer, Cause & Effect.Standard(s) SC.1.E.6.1; SC.1.E.6.2 SC.1.N.1.1 SC.N.1.2 SC.1.E.6.3-Big Idea 6: Earth's Structures-Big Idea: 1 The Practice of ScienceWhat Can We Find on Earth? What Can We Observe About Rocks? Where Can WE Find Water? What Changes Earth?-Vocabulary-Assessment-Flipbooks-Graphic Organizers-Scientific Method-Writing Components -Cause &am
Description: Students will examine how long sugar cubes dissolve in hot and cold water to compare how things happen at different rates. Florida Sunshine State Standard(s): SC.1.E.6.3 Recognize that some things in the world around us happen fast and some happen slowly.
This notebook activity can be used to supplement teaching of how Earth's land changes over time. Some changes happen fast and some happen slow - can you figure out which one goes where?! Earth structures: SC.1.E.6.3 - Recognize that some things in the world around us happen fast and some happen slowly.
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K - 3rd
Created by our resident Ph.D, these assessments items are aligned specifically to Florida's NGSSS. The bundle contains all of the over 70 assessment items, bundled as a unit. Great for summative or as a formative assessment. Save over 4 dollars by buying this bundle.Covers Florida Standards: SC.1.E.5.1; SC.1.E.5.2; SC.1.E.5.3; SC.1.E.5.4; SC.1.E.6.1; SC.1.E.6.2; SC.1.E.6.3; SC.1.L.14.1; SC.1.L.14.2; SC.1.L.14.3; SC.1.L.16.1; SC.1.L.17.1; SC.1.P.8.1; SC.1.P.12.1; SC.1.P.13.1;Everything we produce
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This is a mini unit that answers the essential question, "What Changes Earth?" In this mini unit you will find foldables for both fast and slow changes. You will also find two versions of a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting the two. One is a cut and paste. The other is a writing activity. Last you will find two cause and effect handouts. SC.1.E.6.3 Next Generation Florida Science Standards Identify ways Earth's surface changes; Compare and contrast fast and slow Earth changes; Explain how
Take your learners to the beach! These editable, Bitmoji virtual field trips templates are great for multiple purposes! Use them to end the school year or start a new unit. Tackle multiple standards like sun and water safety, force and motion, fast and slow changes, plus much more. They are loaded with videos related to 8 first grade Science standards, but can be changed with resources that match any grade level! You can also add your own personal Bitmoji to every scene/ trip for added flare.&gt
Explore the need for water and how to be safe around water with the following varied and engaging activities. Including a complete powerpoint lesson, over 10 worksheet activities, and a water safety write the room - great for summer bulletin boards!This resource includes a Power Point Lesson with the following topics:Learning objective "I can" statements for SC.1.E.6.2 Activate Prior Knowledge - What we already know about waterWays to Use WaterUsing Water in the KitchenWater as a HomeMore Ways t
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PreK - 1st
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I am so excited to share this week of integrated science and phonics lesson plans! The lessons integrate science, poetry, and phonics and are centered around a poem. The poem topic is sorting objects by properties and is titled "Picnic Lunch." It uses multiple short i words. Whats Included: - Lesson plans - Anchor chart - Picture sort (whole group) - Venn Diagram - Read the room - Phonics worksheet (unscramble short o words) - Magnifier game - Poem with space for students to illustrate - La
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K - 2nd
Article (355 words) describes magnifiers and how they help us see the very small an the very far away in a way a first grader can understand. Comes complete with 5 reading comprehension questions. Supports standards: SC.1.E.5.3 Investigate how magnifiers make things appear bigger and help people see things they could not see without them.About Us:Candlelight Science is a group of educator/writers. All have been (most still are) traditional classroom teachers with an average of 20 years of experi
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An easy to read (392 word) article to help your students about what is on earths surface, from rocks, water, soil, to the living organisms that depend on them. Has two levels (on grade and approaching) to meet the need of all your young readers. Comes complete with 5 reading comprehension questions. Supports standards:SC.1.E.6.1 Recognize that water, rocks, soil, and living organisms are found on Earth's surface.
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An easy lesson to assign to students i these times of social distancing. SC.7.E.6.3 Identify current methods for measuring the age of Earth and its parts, including the law of superposition and radioactive dating.SC.7.E.6.4 Explain and give examples of how physical evidence supports scientific theories that Earth has evolved over geologic time due to natural processes.Check out our Freebie eLearning Activity: Click Here
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7th
10 M/C Assessment Questions: Original assessment questions covering Florida standards SC.2.E.6.2; SC.2.E.6.3
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2nd
This (331 word) article explains why water is essential , where it is found, and how to stay safe around it. Written in a way that s easily understandable for your students. Comes complete with 5 reading comprehension questions. Supports standards: SC.1.E.6.2 Describe the need for water and how to be safe around water.
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1st
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10 M/C Assessment Questions: Original assessment questions covering Florida standards SC.4.E.6.3 & SC.4.E.6.6.
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4th
6 original M/C Assessment items covering Florida standards (SC.7.E.6.3 & SC.7.E.6.4) Earth Over Geologic Time All assessments are in Word so they are very flexible. Use as a summative or bell work, the choice is yours.©Candlelight Science, LLC All rights reserved. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for teachers, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Teacher
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7th
6 M/C Assessment Questions: Original assessment questions covering Florida standards SC.1.E.6.1
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1st
6 M/C Assessment Questions: Original assessment questions covering Florida standards SC.1.E.5.3
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1st
6 M/C Assessment Questions: Original assessment questions covering Florida standards SC.1.E.6.2
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Florida NGSSS Science Standards:SC.4.E.6.3: Recognize that humans need resources found on Earth and that these are either renewable or nonrenewable.This product should be used to enhance your curriculum, and target this specific standard listed above.Included in this product:Teacher Directions and UseNatural Resources Vocabulary and Activities (discusses renewable and nonrenewable resources, industrial and energy resources)Florida’s Natural Resources Interactive Notebook Activities (the resourc

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