5th Grade Science TEKS Planning Guide: Changes to Earth's Surface (Erosion, Sedimentary Rock, and Fossils)
Who is this for?
5th grade Texas teachers using the TEKS and Science Penguin resources
What is it?
This is a three-week schedule of activities to teach students about the formation of sedimentary rock, recognizing how landforms are the result of changes to Earth's surface by wind, water, and ice, and identifying how fossils can help us understand past living organisms and their environments (Unit 6). The majority of the activities themselves can be found in the Texas Science Mega Bundle
or on my personal website.
This is my planning guide based on 5 days a week with 60-70 minute departmentalized classes. Every campus, teacher, class, and student is different, so trust your professional judgment when planning for your students.
Are you interested in a special Mega Bundle with the resources you need for the 5th grade science TEKS? Click to see the Mega Bundle
Other Available Planning Guides
Scientific Method and Tools
Matter and Mixtures
Force and Motion
Weather and Water
NOTE: At this time, I am only able to keep up with these planning guides for the 5th grade science TEKS. I plan to make more for the other 5th grade science TEKS units.