Perfect for back to school, new semester, and establishing routines to maintain classroom management. Bell Ringer, Get Started, Engage, Do Now... no matter what you call it, those first few minutes of class should be routine. Students enter, get situated, and start working on content relevant material to get warmed up for the lesson. These Nature of Science Warm-up pages are designed to print two-sided so that a week of work is in one place. Each topic contains five prompts, increasing in cognitive complexity through the week. *PLUS: Condensed version for semester-long classes or shorter pacing.*
Student Warm-Up Sheets - 8 pages
Warm-Up Answer Keys - 8 pages
CONDENSED Version - 4 pages
NATURE OF SCIENCE
NATURE OF SCIENCE REVIEW
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