SCIENCE BELL RINGERS & CLASS POSTERS: SCIENCE TERM OF THE WEEK
Familiarize your students with common science terms in a fun and engaging way with this ready-to-use resource that will last you the whole year. It can be used to supplement lessons, as a weekly bell ringer, and/or as a classroom bulletin display!
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The Powerpoint presentation teaches students common science terms from different disciplines with an easy-to-understand definition as well as related short video clips! After they learn the term, have students record the meaning of the term (in their own words) using the science term of the week booklet (editable), then put up the ready-to-print classroom poster on your "Science Term Of The Week" board!
This is an excellent way to introduce and familiarize students to terms that they may see during the course of their middle and high school science years in a fun and engaging way.
INCLUDED IN YOUR PURCHASE:
• 40 Slide Powerpoint presentation that includes the term, the branch of science, an easy-to-understand definition, and a link to a short video clip or a small question activity (videos require YouTube and are 6 minutes or less).
• A Science Term of the Week booklet for students to record their definitions.
• A "Science Term Of The Week" poster with posters for each of the terms to display on a bulletin board.
SCIENCE TERMS INCLUDED:
Force, Velocity, Gravity, Matter, Atom, Elements, Periodic Table,
Compound, Proton, Electron, Neutron, Atomic Number, Bonds, Wave, Inertia, Mass/Weight, Friction, Continental Drift, Erosion, Rocks (Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic), Fossils, topography, Galaxy, Eclipse, Black Hole, Light Year, Constellation, Richter Scale, Atmosphere, Atmospheric Pressure, Ecosystem, Natural Selection, Organism, Cell, DNA, Nucleus, Heredity, Carnivore, Herbivore, Omnivore, Scientific Method, Hypothesis, Theory
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