First Week of School Complete Science Bundle

Laney Lee
Grade Levels
6th - 9th
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    If you’re new to education or maybe just to teaching science, and you’re feeling a little lost or overwhelmed, then this bundle is for you! I’ve compiled everything you’ll need to get through at least the first week of school successfully!

    Classroom Management

    Everyone knows you can’t start the year without a solid foundation classroom management and classroom procedures. I’ve included this Policies and Procedures presentation, which includes lots of teacher tips to make sure you’re covered on that front!

    10 years into my career, I still use this presentation every single day to review and practice procedures.

    Team Building

    Break the ice and get to know your students with some hands on activities that connect to the curriculum!

    • Tower Building Engineering Activity - Students design and build towers out of spaghetti noodles and marshmallows or aluminum foil. They examine how the Engineering Design Process is used throughout the process.
    • Dog, Goose, and Bag of Corn Activity - A hands on problem solving activity where students look at how the scientific method is applicable for solving any kind of problem, not just science!
    • Whale Band-Aid Activity - Applying the scientific method, students work as a team to find a way to flip over a small bedsheet or large piece of fabric while the whole team stands on it.


    I love to start the year with a fun investigation into what exactly scientists are! This student practice will be sure to get your students talking and engaged with the curriculum:

    • What is a Scientist? - designed to show students that anyone can be a scientist! Students will reflect on what scientific qualities they already have and can develop.

    Next, use these interactive Google Slides presentations to build a strong foundation in the discipline of science. These presentations are designed with tons of opportunities for student interaction and feedback to make sure that you don’t end up standing in the front of the room talking until your throat is sore.


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    Please check out this blog post for a guide on how I use these resources.


    Need more?

    If you're a new teacher, or looking to add to your toolbox, I've also created a comprehensive Classroom Management Handbook packed with strategies you can implement tomorrow.

    Check out my Nature of Science Bundle with more interactive lessons that are perfect for the beginning of the year.


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