An engaging, interactive, and COMPREHENSIVE review of the tested concepts relating to Force and Motion. I created the visually stimulating content, you can use it in a number of ways to enhance your students’ performance. This product is a powerful tool for rereinforcing previous learning and working toward student mastery of the standards related to force and motion concepts.
This PowerPoint contains 54 illustrated slides, with corresponding student pages that can be used as “bell work” or placed in students Interactive Science Journals. I created this for my 5th grade class to use as review before their unit exam that covered Force and Motion. I will use it again to review before students take the state benchmark assessment.
This PowerPoint can be used in several ways:
In a game format: I have my students get into small groups with a small white board. They write the correct answer on their individual board. I also take it a step further and have them tell my why the other answers cannot be correct. They love to compete with each other! I have also used this in a more organized game format with either Bazinga cards or Grudge Ball.
Can also be used as daily warm-ups or bellringers as a whole group. However, if you want more accountability, I have included corresponding student pages in case you want to have more individual accountability within a whole group setting.
I included the presentation in both a PDF and a PowerPoint format. I left the student pages in a editable format so you may add or eliminate any questions you believe are relevant to your class!
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