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Students will enjoy learning about science laboratory equipment with these colorful lab equipment posters and Equipment Gallery Walk. Lab equipment includes common tools, tools for measuring, tools for dissecting and safety equipment. Great for student engagement and retention. Allows for student au
Ancient Egypt Science and Technology Gallery Walk is an activity to explore 8 important scientific and technological developments of Ancient Egypt such as the sun clock and the use of simple machines in construction. Get students up and moving while they gather, analyze, and discuss information!
Ancient Mesopotamia Science and Technology of Mesopotamia Gallery Walk is an activity to explore the important scientific and technological developments of Ancient Mesopotamia such as the wheel. Students work in groups to go on a gallery walk and make notes about from the gallery displays. Studen
This resource includes seven science gallery walks. Tired of just giving lectures? Here is a creative way to teach or review the different science topics! In these gallery walks, each poster includes a short definition, brief description, fun facts, pictures and more.You can post each poster around
The Solar System Scavenger Hunt Challenge allows students to move around the classroom while reading passages and answering questions. The activity is structured as a cake bake-off where students determine the missing ingredients of a recipe. You can use the Solar System activity as an introduction
The Water Cycle Scavenger Hunt Challenge allows students to move around the classroom while reading passages and answering questions. The activity is structured as a cake bake-off where students determine the missing ingredients of a recipe. You can use the Water Cycle activity as an introduction o
Students love to work together in a collaborative environment in scenarios that have them curious and excited! This gallery walk is perfect for introducing a new unit of study. The gallery walk is designed to go right along with the Pearson Science textbook. Students will walk into your room and whe
Students love to work together in a collaborative environment in scenarios that have them curious and excited! This gallery walk is perfect for introducing a new unit of study. The gallery walk is designed to go right along with the Pearson Science textbook. Students will walk into your room and whe
This science activity is intuitive and brings out a student's creative nature. Students are tasked with producing a weather forecast map of a specific state. Students illustrate various weather conditions by creating a map key of symbols and signs. Students infer weather concepts and patterns throug
Students love to work together in a collaborative environment in scenarios that have them curious and excited! This gallery walk is perfect for introducing a new unit of study. The gallery walk is designed to go right along with the Pearson Science textbook. Students will walk into your room and whe
Gallery Walk on the Basic Tools of Science! Students will love walking around taking notes on the tools instead of sitting listening to you! Included Tools: ThermometerTriple Beam Balance ScaleElectric ScaleSpring ScaleGraduated cylinderErlenmeyer FlaskBeakerTest TubeTest Tube rackTest tube tongsPet
I created this for my Biology class to use after they make Claims, Evidence, Reasoning posters for their lab results. Useful for any post lab discussion.
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This Print and Go Design Challenge is a creative way to introduce or review historic developments in the field of Environmental Science without boring notes! This two part activity starts with a challenge to create a logo which represents someone who has made significant contribution to the world o
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8th - 12th
Hang the posters around the room. Give each student a form (included) to fill out. Break class into 7 groups. Give them 3-4 minutes at each station. For extension, have students write the word origin (included on posters). When students finish, either collect for a grade or have students glue i
Gallery Walk for an overview of the beginning of the year terms.Students love to work together in a collaborative environment in scenarios that have them curious and excited! This gallery walk is perfect for introducing a new unit of study. The gallery walk is designed to go right along with the Pea
After having students make group project posters, posters can be hung around the room and students use the gallery walk ticket to review the topics of the posters. This activity was created for 6th grade science in the state of Florida. Great end of year lesson to have them make the posters and then
This is a great way to do a quick assessment while students get to move around the classroom. You will need to use the alphabet letters on the 2nd page to label the different items scattered around the perimeter of your class or you can simply label pictures of the items if you don't have the speci
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3rd - 8th
Your students will feel as if they stepped back in time to the Harlem Renaissance with this engaging activity. To begin, students will be introduced to the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s with a short film clip and lecture. They will take notes on the creative lecture template provided. They will th
This engaging and fun activity has students walk around the classroom viewing placards of important Enlightenment philosophers and completing a corresponding worksheet. Students will learn not only their interesting ideologies but also their important contributions to Democracy. Both Print & Dig
Engage students with this synthesis essay unit that centers on a juicy, relevant question and provides student-choice. Students will choose one of three subtopics (science, technology, or social media) and examine if society has taken it "too far." This analytical synthesis essay prompt will require
This Nuclear Chemistry Pros and Cons Through History activity allows students to learn a little about and ponder events within the field of nuclear chemistry. Included are ten mini-posters (1 page each) that cover the following topics:-Chernobyl accident-Three Mile Island accident-Fukushima accident
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7th - 10th

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What does an ecosystem include, what is an aquatic biome and a terrestrial biome, and how do human activities affect ecosystems? While the standards closely align with 5th Grade NGSS standards, if you are teaching about ecosystems and organisms in general, this may be perfect for you! Here your stud
Tired of just giving lectures? Here is a creative way to teach or review the different forms of energy! In this gallery walk, each poster includes a short definition, brief description, examples, and pictures.You can post each poster around the classroom. Each student, or pair of students, can be gi
Get your students excited about science with this hands on unit about habitats!This unit includes full lesson plans and student task cards (with pictures). It is designed to be used as a 2 week long, centers and project based exploration unit. Week 1:Monday: Build schema and introduce habitats by co

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