Lesson includes How to Avoid Sunstroke and Dehydration, avoiding the peak hours of the day, the amount of time to be out in the sun and protection from the sun. - Writing prompt. - Quiz, writing prompt, identifying safety items when out in the sun, -Coloring pages, clip art, printables, answer key
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In this file, you get two original informational articles for 3rd-5th grade (I will be using it with my students in 3rd); 8 questions formed using FSA testing stems.
Students will read the a (one-sided) Sunburn themed informational text article with 8 questions written
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NOTE: This lab uses UV detecting beads
It doesn't matter if you call it experimental design, or the scientific method, this lab is a great place to start. Students are challenged to answer the question “How can you design an experiment to prove which sunscreen is the most effective in preventing su
The In a Sunburned Country lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles. Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, 180 Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests, and more. The l
Two fun beach vocabulary games at two different levels. This resource is great for reinforcing sight words and is a highly engaging game. It would be useful for studying Australia Day or a Summer theme in Years 1 and 2.
The game cards are put in a bag and each student draws a card and reads the w
A detailed lesson on the Electromagnetic Spectrum. All aspects and uses of each constituent part of the spectrum is detailed together with many pictures and diagrams. The Ozone hole, Doppler weather radar, microwave ovens and black holes are all used as examples.
This resource is my 3 page simple and straight forward worksheet, webquest or assessment on why ultraviolet light from the sun causes sunburns. The questions in this resource cover the following topics:Ultraviolet lightInfrared radiationVisible lightEnergyWavesFormatExplanationFill in the blankTrue/
“Bike Races, Hiking, Boys & Sunburns, ESL Poetry & Pronunciation Guide,” written by Norma Flores and available @teacherspayteachers.com, is a 12 page lesson in developing oral communication competency by turning confusing mispronunciations into funny message clarification interactions, while
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This is a high school level slide presentation (Microsoft Powerpoint) on the biology of sun/UV-induced skin cancer. It provides easy-to-understand mechanisms and explanations for how skin cancer is related to overexposure to sunlight/UV, which will hopefully be persuasive in keeping students from r
When Will the Sun Burn Out? Will the Sun ever blow up and kill us all? This Question Exploration helps Ss answer the Essential Question: What Determines the Life Span of a Star like the Sun?Question Exploration Routine is an instructional methods that teachers can use to help a diverse student popul
This PowerPoint slideshow highlights the dangers of sunburns and how to be safe in the sun. With years of treatment, including surgery, creams and radiation, my husband still continues to battle various forms of skin cancer. Sun safety is an important discussion for all ages. Stay safe!
Did you know giraffes have purple tongues to prevent sunburns? Besides learning facts, your students will learn to draw a Giraffe. Directed Lesson for ages 7-11, grades 1-5, adaptable, for homeschoolers & learning centers!This purchase is all printable pdfs.How I personally do this directed les
DID YOU KNOW?
Some animals are more susceptible to sunburn than others.
That 188 decibels is the loudest sound produced by any animal.
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This ebook comes with 50 questions about staring contests and sunburn, bridges and shivering, hats and ties, rings and necklaces, clowns and hair growth, fast turtles and spotted cows: Why do we sweat - our nose sniffs out friend or foe, danger or safetyWhy does your face get red - blood vessels an
What a great introductory activity for students to link their vacation sunburn to the integumentary system! Students test the effectiveness of various sunscreens by using UV color-changing beads. Background information on UV light, UVA, UVB, melanin, and skin cancer provides for solid student comp