Kindergarten & First Grade Science Interactive Notebook- over 100 topics

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Are you looking for high-quality, engaging science resources that are developmentally appropriate for your kindergarten or first-grade students? This kindergarten and first-grade science interactive notebook is loaded with science over 100 Science Topics that you can use throughout the year and it is aligned with many of the Next Generation Science Standards. This is exactly what you need. Your students will love showing off their knowledge as they explore and learn about a variety of topics in an organized way. You will love the simplicity of this Science Interactive Notebook as the lines are simple and easy to cut. Students simply cut on dotted lines and fold on solid lines. You choose the order of science topics that makes the most sense for your class.

In this resource, you will find:

Over 100 science topics

Alligned with Next Generation Science Standards

✔ Builds Scientific Foundational Skills and scientific vocabulary

✔ Reinforce and assess the science topics presented in class

✔ Conduct Science Experiments using the Scientific Method

✔ Anchor Chart Science Posters to hang in your class

✔ can be in Print form to use in a notebook or use it on any Digital Device

✔ Engages students' curiosity as they explore the world around them.

Please check out the preview or video to get a better look at more sample pages.

***Newly Revised July 2022 (see below)***

This Science Interactive Notebook includes the following:

-table of contents

-Scientist's Tools

-Types of Scientists

-Scientific Method

-Five Senses

-Color Wheel to recognize primary and secondary colors

-Mixing Colors to make new colors


-The Four Seasons

-Types of Weather

-Weather Calendar

-Weather Graph

-Weather Forecasting Tools


-Rainbow Experiment

-Types of Clouds

-Cloud Experiment

-Water Cycle

-What Melts in the Sun? (Experiment)



-Life Cycle of an Apple Tree

-Life Cycle of a Pumpkin

-Life Cycle of a Butterfly

-Life Cycle of a Frog

-Life Cycle of a Bee

-Life Cycle of an Ant

-Life Cycle of a Sunflower


-Day and Night Sky

-Phases of the Moon

-Phases of the Moon Calendar


-Planets in our Solar System

-Rotation of the earth as it travels around the sun

-Fun Sun Fact Sheet


-Earth's Layers

-Examining Rocks

-Types of Rocks

-Types of Soil

-Examining Seashells

-Needs and Wants

-Bodies of Water

-Where Does it Come From?

-Who Made It?

-Materials Hunt

-Land Formations


-What Animals Need to Survive

-Adult Animals and Baby Animals Match

-Sort Animals by Where They Live

-Diurnal and Nocturnal Animal Sort

-Carnivores, Omnivores, Herbivores

-Animals that Hibernate

-Animals that Migrate

-Animal Movement

-Animal Speed (fast or slow animals)

-Animal Features

-Oviparous vs. Viviparous


-Several Animal Diagrams to include(beavers, tigers, elephants, giraffes & 6 More)

-Food Chain

-Label woodland animals

-Label grassland animals

-Label Arctic animals

-Label rainforest animals.

-Label sea creatures

-Label insects

-Diagram of a butterfly


-Label A Flower

-Plants Need...

-Living and Nonliving

-What Makes an Insect?

-Leaf exploration

-Types of leaves and trees


-Label a Human Skeleton

-Label a Human Heart

-Human Body Systems

-Human Body Organs

-Finger Prints

-Finger Print Experiment


-Food Pyramid, sorting four major food groups

-A Healthy Meal

-healthy vs. unhealthy foods

-Germs Experiment

-Washing Hands


-Illuminates Light vs. Does not Illuminate Light

-Define Transparent, Translucent, Opaque

-Can Light Pass-Through?

-Light Sources Sort (man-made, natural)

-Sound Sort

-Things That Are Used to Vibrate


-Sources of Energy (heat, light, sound)

-The States of Matter

-Push and Pull

-Laws of Motion by Isaac Newton

-Simple Machines

-Magnetic/ Not Magnetic

-Sink or Float

-Which is Heavier?

-Balance the Scale

-Who made this?

-Materials Hunt


-Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

-Things to Recycle-(plastic, paper, glass, metal)


(easy and fun with things that you can find and are readily available in a classroom or at home)

-phases of the moon


-ramp exploration

-ice cube investigation

-Ballon experiment

-Static electricity

-Shadows experiment

-Air pressure

-String Telephone

and more

-Answer Key/ Posters, Fact Sheets, KWL Chart

-Sample pages of the final product


***Newly Revised July 2022 to include even more topics and science experiments****This product can also be used in a digital platform for remote learning on Easel. Please watch the preview. At the end of the video, you will see a glimpse of how this can be implemented for virtual learning. The directions are changed to make it easy for the students to use on a device. You can change the directions to meet the individual needs of your student on the digital overlay. Several updates were made to save you lots of time for teachers to easily implement this product for virtual learning. You now have the choice of printing this out to use in a notebook or use for online learning in Google Classroom. ****


Check out my five minutes YOUTUBE video on how to incorporate Interactive Notebooks SUCCESSFULLY in your classroom. The video above is only a two-minute clip of this science interactive notebook only. The video below is just helpful tips to get started with interactive notebooks and not the actual product as many of the sample pages are included in the preview.

Here is what a few customers recently wrote after purchasing this notebook.

Marysa G.
July 2, 2020

Extremely satisfied

Oh my goodness, how is this product so inexpensive? This is amazing it covers such a broad spectrum of science topics. I teach at a private school where academic standards are very high and I really think my parents will be impressed by these completed notebooks. I am so excited to use it as a pacing guide too. Kindergarten science can be so broad; I'm so glad I have this for next year. Pro Tip: I know it's time-consuming but I would definitely recommend making a master notebook before you start teaching this.

Christa H.

Amazing resource touched on all of the standards and the kiddos loved it!

Meghan R.

After looking at several different interactive notebooks, I decided on this contains all of the topics we will cover in our new curriculum this year and more! I like that the format is simple yet comprehensive - great work :)

Peleaulani U.

This is exactly what I was looking for. It's concise but with good information. If we want to elaborate on a certain subject, it's very easy to add in without interrupting the flow. My daughter is really enjoying creating her science notebook. The price is fabulous too! Mahalo for taking the time to create this and also for sharing it with us at such a great price.


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Total Pages
230 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Make observations to determine the effect of sunlight on Earth's surface. Examples of Earth's surface could include sand, soil, rocks, and water. Assessment of temperature is limited to relative measures such as warmer/cooler.
Use observations of the sun, moon, and stars to describe patterns that can be predicted. Examples of patterns could include that the sun and moon appear to rise in one part of the sky, move across the sky, and set; and stars other than our sun are visible at night but not during the day. Assessment of star patterns is limited to stars being seen at night and not during the day.
Use a model to represent the relationship between the needs of different plants or animals (including humans) and the places they live. Examples of relationships could include that deer eat buds and leaves, therefore, they usually live in forested areas; and, grasses need sunlight so they often grow in meadows. Plants, animals, and their surroundings make up a system.
Read texts and use media to determine patterns in behavior of parents and offspring that help offspring survive. Examples of patterns of behaviors could include the signals that offspring make (such as crying, cheeping, and other vocalizations) and the responses of the parents (such as feeding, comforting, and protecting the offspring).
Use and share observations of local weather conditions to describe patterns over time. Examples of qualitative observations could include descriptions of the weather (such as sunny, cloudy, rainy, and warm); examples of quantitative observations could include numbers of sunny, windy, and rainy days in a month. Examples of patterns could include that it is usually cooler in the morning than in the afternoon and the number of sunny days versus cloudy days in different months. Assessment of quantitative observations limited to whole numbers and relative measures such as warmer/cooler.


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