Valentine’s day is a big day for teenagers and this is a way for everyone to participate, even if they aren't in a relationship. In this fun project, students create 3 valentine cards with a chemistry or physics theme (there are separate handouts and power points for each topic) and present it in an envelope.
These are terrific to put on a bulletin board. Students are so punny and clever that they draw lots attention even weeks after the presentation.
This inexpensive product is a good example of what you can expect from my products. 1) Editable student handouts 2) rubric for quick grading 3) power point with lots of images to present or drive the activity. Each student handout has a list of topics covered in the class.
You can assign this as a partner project as well and it works for a sub plan if your district allows you access to the computer labs or library when you have a sub.
• Hands on experience
• Encourages creativity
• Cooperative Learning
• Teacher instructions and set up
• Reinforcement of science concepts
• Student handouts
• Grading rubric
Keywords: chemistry, stoichiometry, periodic table, physics, kinematics, dynamics, project, substitute teacher, sub plans