SOL 2.7 Seasonal changes on organisms for Google Classroom Distance Learning

SOL 2.7 Seasonal changes on organisms for Google Classroom Distance Learning
SOL 2.7 Seasonal changes on organisms for Google Classroom Distance Learning
SOL 2.7 Seasonal changes on organisms for Google Classroom Distance Learning
SOL 2.7 Seasonal changes on organisms for Google Classroom Distance Learning
SOL 2.7 Seasonal changes on organisms for Google Classroom Distance Learning
SOL 2.7 Seasonal changes on organisms for Google Classroom Distance Learning
SOL 2.7 Seasonal changes on organisms for Google Classroom Distance Learning
SOL 2.7 Seasonal changes on organisms for Google Classroom Distance Learning
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  1. This bundle includes Google Drive online resources for all of your second-grade science curriculum, specifically aligned to the Virginia SOLs for the new 2018 science standards.This digital resource uses Google Slides™ and can be used on Google Classroom and Google Drive. This resource also includes
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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.

More questions?

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!

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