THIS RESOURCE IS IDEAL AS A SCIENCE CENTRE TO REVIEW THE CONCEPT OF SOURCES OF LIGHT.
THERE ARE 28 TASK CARDS FOR STUDENTS TO SORT INTO THE CATEGORIES OF:
TASK CARDS CONTAIN DEFINITIONS, PATHWAYS, OR VISUAL EXAMPL
Why use this activity?This activity is a simple card sorting activity where students collaboratively determine whether items are or aren't light sources. This could then be used to prompt class discussion and define what a light source is. There is also a reflection component to allow students to me
Students will sort examples of natural light sources, artificial light sources, and light reflectors.
6th grade core science vocabulary for light unit. This can be used as introductory sort to quickly see what students know about light sources or it is a great review. This focuses on students bei
Download the preview for a FREE Print-and-Go Sorting Activity potential IEP goals and pictures of the product.
This science product includes 8 file folders (or 16 single-page) science-related sorting activities that are de
Sources of Energy Unit: Completely revised for the new school year! This unit keeps your students engaged while learning about heat, light, and sound. The hands-on activities keep your students active while learning!
This unit contains:
- Small sort cards for heat, light, and sound (2 sets of 18 c
This BUNDLED energy unit includes EVERYTHING you need to teach your students about kinetic and potential energy, as well as light, heat, motion, chemical, gravitational and electrical energy for between 3 and 4 weeks - in a fun and hands-on way! -- This BUNDLE includes the energy unit, posters AND
This is a complete resource with everything you need when teaching the year 5 unit on Light and its sources. Included in this packet are:
•Vocabulary Posters with definitions and diagrams. (17 Posters)
(Light, Light source, artificial and natural sources, translucent, transparent, opaque, white lig
I hope this will help you with your Energy Unit in science!
I have used this sort in centers, as an assessment, or classwork assignment. This is given once all the energy sources have been taught. I have included a Spanish sort, which is super helpful if you are implementing a Dual Language program.
This activity provides a fun, engaging, and meaningful way to review sources of natural light and artificial light. Students will cut out examples and glue them in the correct column.
Answer key included.
This Light and Sound Inquiry Pack is a detailed Science Inquiry. There are explicit notes for each section and many activity sheets to choose from to record learning. This pack includesThe Big So What?Key UnderstandingsSkill DevelopmentInquiry QuestionsEngage – Define Light and SoundComplete a KWHL
Time for another inquiry unit! This time, it is about sound and light!! This product is organized with lessons and individual printables in order of use. Following these pages are student workbook pages that correspond with each lesson. Also, a student self-assessment page is included at the end of
This HUGE energy unit includes EVERYTHING you need to teach your students for at least a month about kinetic and potential energy, as well as light, heat, motion, chemical, gravitational and electrical energy - in a fun and hands-on way!
The following essential questions are covered:
• What is en
The teaching theme focus for this packet is Shines and Sparkles, Lights in the Darkness of December, with an emphasis on sources of light. This pack is developmentally appropriate for preschool and pre-K children.IMPORTANT: Be sure to click on the PREVIEW link to see some more pages, and to make s
Sources of Energy Sort Cards: These sort cards are perfect for teaching your students sources of energy. These hands-on sort cards keep your students engaged and can be used for review or assessment. This unit contains:
- Small sort cards for heat, light, and sound (2 sets of 18 cards, 36 total)
This activity teaches students about the three sources of light. Included is an informational text describing the sources of light, followed by higher order thinking short answer questions. The answer key label's the Bloom's level for each question. A categorizing activity is also included in whic
- Five-flaps foldable that fit in the composition book: People and animals need light to see, plants need light and heat to grow, we need heat to keep us warm, some animals need heat to survive, and we need heat to cook our food. Students sort pictures in each category.- Sort Activity: Light, heat,
ENERGIZE your students with these Forms of Energy real pictures to sort, printables and activities! This is a great addition to your Forms of Energy curriculum and will add discovery and excitement to your Science Center! What other teachers have said about this product:"The sorts and coloring pages
Where does light come from? How are sounds made? Find the answers to these questions and more during this NGSS-aligned light and sound unit! The week-long unit includes detailed daily lesson plans with literature suggestions. It incorporates science, reading, writing, math and handwriting. It also
Are you as second grade teacher and need some items to help you teach science? If so, you will love this growing bundle! Currently, this features 6 products: my Healthy Habits Bundle, my Force and Motion Set, my Forms of Energy set, my Landforms and Water Sources Bundle, my Weather Observation Set,
Meet the Next Generation Science standards with this interactive notebook for primary scientists! Students will explore all about light and sound through interactive flap books, demonstrations, and hands-on explorations. Included in this packet:-Notebook cover page-Light KWL flap book-"All About Li