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- Plan your 5th grade science units with these fun and engaging grade 5 science activities that your students will love. Perfect for teaching all the science standards for the year. Makes a great science review for the end of the year or standardized testing. These hands-on science activities and e$53.00$76.25Save $23.25
Review ALL 5th grade science standards in one easy to use flip book! This resource covers 25 topics to easily review all science standards prior to taking the state assessment. Now includes a printable and a DIGITAL version!
1. Basic Template (mostly blank)
- Use as a note taking space (add your own notes or what you think your students need most)
- Have students write down everything they remember about each topic.
2. Fill in the Blanks
- Great to use as a guided practice
- Use as note taking space where students can follow along but only write in a few words per page
- Great for students with accommodations
3. All Answers Included
- Send home for students to review everything they’ve learned
- Perfect for students with accommodations or absent students
All 3 versions are also available in Google Slides Digital format for you to send as a link to your students or upload in your Google Classroom!
Please use what you think is best for your students. I absolutely recommend differentiating between these three flipbooks to meet your students’ needs.
•Investigations and Experiments
•Observations and Inferences
•Galaxy and Stars
•Rotate and Revolve
•Sun, Planets, Moons, Asteroid, Comets
•Inner and Outer Planets
•Rocks: Igneous, Metamorphic, Sedimentary
•Weathering and Erosion
•Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources
•Water Cycle: Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation
•Precipitation: Rain, Snow, Sleep, Hail
•Weather Tools: Wind Vane, Hygrometer, Thermometer, Barometer, Rain Gauge, Anemometer
•Clouds: Cirrus, Cumulus, Stratus, Cumulonimbus
•Climate Zones: Polar, Temperate, Tropical
•Climates: Swamp, Desert, Mountain, Grassland, Rainforest, Tundra, Wetland
•Properties Of Matter: Mass, Volume, Shape
•Matter: Solids, Liquids, Gases
•Changes: Chemical And Physical
•Closed And Open Circuits
•Conductors and Insulators
•Forms Of Energy: Mechanical, Electrical, Light, Thermal, Sound, Chemical
•Forces: Balanced, Unbalanced, Gravity, Friction, Magnets
•Parts Of A Plant And Parts Of Flowers
•Plants Compared To Humans/Animals
•Life Cycles: Incomplete Metamorphosis And Complete Metamorphosis
•Flowering And Non-Flowering Plants
•Classify Animals: Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals, Fish, Arthropods
•Plants And Animals Adaptations
•Food Chains: Consumers, Producers, Carnivores, Herbivores, Omnivores
- As you work through a unit, complete the specific page from the review book.
- When you finish a unit, use the booklet page as a review before the unit test.
- Keep all the pages to complete the book at the end of the year before the state test.
- Have the students pre-make the book at the beginning of the year. Slowly refer to the topics as you progress through the standards throughout the year.
- Have students or a volunteer cut out each page.
- Bind the booklets so they last longer.
- You can punch holes in the top of the pages and put on binder rings.
- You can staple the top of the books (this may be more difficult because the book ends up being quite thick).
- Any other ideas? I would love to hear them!
*Updated 1/3/2021 for even easier cutting and printing!
This resource was created to serve as a review before 5th graders take the Florida Statewide Science Assessment (FSSA). It can be used for any science standards, but it specifically aligns to the Florida Standards. If you'd like me to compare it to other state standards, just let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.