These digital science activities cover seasonal and weather changes on organisms.
These resources are 100% online and can be used on Google Classroom and Google Drive. This Google Slides resource also includes an answer key.
This resource is specifically targeted toward 2nd-grade science SOLs in Virginia.
This product includes:
- Short answer: KWL chart
- Drag-&-drop: finish the paragraph about seasonal changes and organisms
- Drag-&-drop: match the definition to the vocabulary word (camouflage, dormancy, hibernation, migration)
- Drag-&-drop: match the tree with the season
- Drag-&-drop: match the camouflaged animal with the habitat
- Drag-&-drop: match the camouflaged animal with the description
- Drag-&-drop: match the animal with the migration description
- Short answer: look at pictures of animals hibernating, then explain why each is hibernating
- Drag-&-drop: identify if each plant picture is summer dormancy or winter dormancy
- Drag-&-drop: finish the paragraph about seasonal changes on the land surfaces
- Drag-&-drop: match the definition to the vocabulary word (weathering, erosion)
- Drag-&-drop: identify the causes of weathering
- Short answer: look at pictures of weathered rocks and identify the cause
- Drag-&-drop: spot the erosion on beach cliffs
- Drag-&-drop: identify changes that occur quickly and slowly
What do I receive?
Each product comes in the form of a PDF, which contains a link to the Google Slides resource, as well as a teacher guide and answer key.
What do I need?
This resource works great with laptops, iPads, and Chromebooks. If using iPads, the Google Slides app will give you the best experience.
How do I use?
These paperless resources can be used independently, with partners, in small groups, and even whole group as a class lesson/activity.
Email me at Kelly@GlitterinThird.com or check out my blog post series for answers to common Google Classroom questions.
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Please email me with any questions at Glitterinthird@gmail.com if you need more information!