Science Interactive Task Cards for Force and Motion
Supplement your science curriculum with Interactive Task Cards for each content unit.
Designed with essential questions and 8 interactive web resources for your students to use to find the answers to the essential questions. I require my students to answer the essential questions in their science notebook. It works kind of like a webquest. Start with writing the essential questions, then use the 8 interactive sites to look for the answers. Finally, write down the answers to the questions to show what you’ve learned. I use it as an “if you finish early” activity, but it could also be used as an ongoing research project during the unit. You can also use it as a teaching tool and guide your students through each website (if you don’t have the devices for each student to complete this independently.
Check out the preview file for a free example (Lab Safety and the Scientific Method) to get an idea of how this product works. It will download as a zipped file, so please make sure you can unzip it before downloading.
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Other Series of Interactive Task Cards Available:
4th: Earth Materials, Landforms, Animals and Adaptations, and Electricity and Magnetism
You may request other units by emailing me firstname.lastname@example.org. I will need about a week to fulfill requests.