DIFFERENTIATED & VISUAL Vocation forms for students to use while on campus or out in the community to gain more knowledge on the basics of career skills and job sites. Students can observe a job site to get an idea of what they do on a daily and if they are interested in inquiring about a job t
A collection of four astronomy lessons for upper elementary students. Students observe and record their shadows over the course of a day and year. They use ratios to determine the height of objects. They use a model to demonstrate understanding of day and night, seasons, and eclipses. They use a
Do you have a unit on the sun? Use these graphic organizers to help students record their observations as they explore movement of the sun and movement of shadows. This resource includes:
2 Observation sheet (sun and shadows)
2 Conclusion sheets (sun and shadows)
1 Writing page: What I like to do o
This sheet gives space for students tThis sheet gives space for students to make their observation about shadows. Students choose an object, place it on the box, and trace the outline of the shadow created by a lamp placed at the bottom end of the page. It could be included as a page in students’ sc
This resource is perfect for recording observations of shadows. There are four sections for students to record their observations of the shadow of an object at four times throughout the day. There is also a section in each box for students to record their observations about how their shadow change
Montessori FREE Watch Me Work Shadow Observation Form EDITABLEThis is a Word Document so that you can easily edit the questions and the information you would like to gather. We offer parents opportunities to come into the classroom and observe their child throughout the school year. This is one of
This resource is for the 5th grade NGSS Performance Expectation: 5-ESS1-2 Represent data in graphical displays to reveal patterns of daily changes in length and direction of shadows. Save when you buy the bundle!These lessons are also part of a 5th Grade NGSS Space Bundle that cover 5-ESS1-1, 5-ESS1
Includes both PDF and Easel Activity Versions for Distance Learning and in-person instruction.Learn about Light and Shadows with this Winter Read Aloud STEM Activity!Integrate STEM in your classroom with this engaging Winter Companion Activity to Owl Moon by Jane Yolen. This is a fun way to integrat
Learning about Earth's rotation, light and shadows? In this Earth Science Shadow STEM, students create a shadow catcher to see how Earth's rotation effects shadows. Students use the engineering design process in this shadow activity to investigate, plan, create, improve, and evaluate their catcher.
Options! Options! Options! This document works for distance learning or remote learning away from school. You can also use it at school with a whole group, small group, or as an individual task. Use it in the classroom or for homework. Make this work for you! Read below and check the preview so that
Pre-service teachers can use this form when assigned hours for field experiences, observations, student teaching, or internships. Students in high school may also want to use this as a form for job shadowing a teacher. Additionally, mentor teachers can use these forms for their student teachers or n
These pages are meant to help introduce the changing lengths of shadows to children. I have included 2 versions of a Shadow investigation- measuring the length of someone’s shadow several times during the day and over several days to see patterns in the length. One version follows the Scien
What is a shadow? How it is made? Why does it change? These are a few of the questions that students will learn throughout this week long unit.
This unit is designed to last five days. Each day, students are in charge of their learning! Students will learn through observations and experiments!
These 24 task cards are GREAT for individual, small group, or full class review for Earth Science Regents students. These have been so helpful for my special education and ELL students!
My task cards require students to explain processes, draw diagrams and graphs, interpret pictures, graphs, maps
Summer can still be fun and educational for preschool and kindergarten using these science centers for early childhood. Students will complete simple experiments and observations as they learn about SUN AND SHADOWS. Do you have a hard time finding authentic and age-appropriate materials to put in yo
⭐ With the increase of screens in almost every area of life, our students are quickly losing the ability to sit still, ponder, and observe things around them.⭐ With this journal, I've provided 30 printable activities for you and your students to use to slow down, enjoy nature, observe and wonder. Si
This lesson is compatible with the 1st Grade Next Generation Science Standards* 1-ESS1-2, which states that the student will “[m]ake observations at different times of year to relate the amount of daylight to the time of year,” and Common Core Mathematics 1.MD.B.3.This lesson teaches students about
This no-prep job shadow lesson provides students the opportunity to investigate a career and/or work environment of their choice while simultaneously developing their formal writing and public speaking skills. Tied to 7 Common Core standards, this experiential learning project will propel your stude
• DESCRIPTION12 animals and 12 silhouettes for your child to learn the shadow concept and boost their cognitive and visual skills. + Short term memory+ Hand-eye coordination + Visual memory+ Similarities and differences + Attention to detail+ Concentration+ Observation• DISCLAIMERPlease supervise yo
Knowing the names of objects is important for vocabulary development. The following Boom Cards™ provide students a chance to see a shadow and find the picture that matches.Students are presented with the shadow and 4 pictures to choose from. They can choose the picture they think matches the shado
In this experiment, students explore the question: Why does my shadow change throughout the day?
This worksheet gives students the opportunity to hypothesize, record observations, record measurement changes and come to a conclusion based on their observations. There are guided questions at the end
This product includes 44 discussion question cards for the book Shadow Weaver by MarcyKate Connolly. The questions are great for classroom discussion, literature circles, book clubs, novel studies, or student writing prompts. An answer key is not included as most of the questions are open to interpr
Being able to draw, or being an artist, is a sought after skill among most children. Somewhere around the age of 7 or 8, creativity dwindles and children become less convinced that being able to draw truly is a life skill. And so it remains with most adults today. Drawing is admirable; but for many,