Science - A Complete Introductory Unit!
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This Science bundle contains 15 resources. This is a great way to start any Science teaching year. Resources include.
Lesson 1: Rules for the Laboratory-Back to School
A presentation that takes pupils through the 10 rules for the Science lab. A great back to school refresher.
Lesson 2: Hazard Symbols
- This lesson introduces pupils to signs and symbols, why we have them in Science and specifically symbols that are found in the laboratory. Pupils are asked to look at every day symbols and their meanings and to discuss why we have symbols. They are then introduced to 9 hazard symbols and their meanings. This lesson comes with a blank hazard symbols mind map to complete during the lesson. They must then carryout research for homework and record it on this mind map (we print it onto A3 paper). In addition, there is a set of hazard flash cards for a recall and a doodle task. test can be printed and laminated for reuse. They are great for revision also!
Lesson 3: Science Apparatus
- This is an introduction lesson to demonstrate how pupils draw scientific apparatus in diagram form and the uses of these within the laboratory. This resource pack contains: A PPT (30 slides) & handouts (2) covering 10 different apparatus. Included in this resource is one of our timers complete with MUSIC. Activities include: Starter Task: Show Me Whiteboard activity
Examples of how to draw each item in diagram form and tasks to support this.
Plenary (Exit task) : Doodle Task
Lesson 4: Volume
- This is an introductory Science practical lesson to demonstrate how pupils measure volume and teaches them the importance of accuracy. This resource pack contains: A PPT (24 slides) and handouts (1 sheet) . Included in this resource is two of our timers complete with MUSIC. Activities include: Starter Task: Thinking Skills question
Demonstration on how to accurately measure liquid.
Experiment on measuring different volumes
Plenary (Exit task) : Beat the clock
Lesson 5: Time
-This is an introductory Science practical lesson to demonstrate how pupils measure time and teaches them the importance of accuracy. This resource pack contains: A PPT (14 slides) and handouts (2 sheets) . Included in this resource is two of our timers complete with MUSIC. Activities include: Starter Task: Thinking Skills question
Activity on on recording time digitally. Pupils will find out when completing the challenges that they won't be accurate. Therefore, they will want to repeat challenge reinforcing the need for repeat experiments to find averages. Experiment on measuring different times and two practical challenges.
Plenary (Exit task) : Think, Pair Share- Please note…This Exit Task/Plenary is designed to draw out the findings of the measuring time activities. These being that the children will learn that using a stop click to seconds and hundredths of seconds will give them a precise time. However, this is not 100% accurate due to human error (reaction times). You should discuss how to improve on accuracy ( use of repeats and find an average).
Lesson 6: Temperature
-This is an introductory practical lesson to demonstrate how pupils measure temperature and teaches them the importance of accuracy. This resource pack contains: A PPT (12 slides) and handouts (2 sheets) . Included in this resource is two of our timers complete with MUSIC. Activities include: Starter Task: Thinking Skills question
Activity on on recording temperature. Pupils are asked to estimate the temperature of certain items and plot them on their worksheet. Then they are given the answer and asked to plot the temperatures correctly. Experiment on measuring temperatures. Plenary (Exit task) : Slap it up- Pupils are asked to write something they have learnt in the lesson and a question they would like to ask and slap it up on the board before they leave.
Lesson 7: Variables
- This is an introductory lesson explaining the concept of variables within a scientific investigation. This resource pack contains: A PPT (12 slides) and handouts (1 sheets) . It is recommended that an experiment of your choice accompanies this PPT in order to reinforce the significance of variables. Included in this resource is two of our ultimate bubble timers complete with MUSIC. Activities include: Starter Task: Thinking Skills question. An activity that is to be completed in pairs to reinforce understanding of the key terms studied this lesson. Plenary (Exit task) : this is our Back To School - Starter and Plenary Prompt Selector INTERACTIVE resource which is alone worth £3!
Lesson 8: Bunsen Burner
- This is an introductory lesson on the Bunsen burner. Pupils will have the opportunity to use a bunsen burner and if successful gain a certificate and a Bunsen Burner License.
This pack contains PPT: 17 Sides Work Booklet: 8 Pages. Pupils will be taught about the history of the Bunsen burner. There is an opportunity for the teacher to model how to set up the bunsen burner. They will then have to create a flowchart on setting up a Bunsen burner. Once this is complete, pupils will take it in turns to peer assess each other on accuracy and safety. Included in this pack are A4 certificates and credit card size bunsen burner licenses. The exit task is based on our interactive 5W activity. The 5w selector will select one of the 5ws (who, what, where, when or why) and the teacher should pose questions based on this selection about the Bunsen Burner. Pupils can fill in the 5w sheet as the plenary/exit task progresses.
Lesson 9: The Fire Triangle
- A PPT based on a practical lesson on the fire triangle. Pupils will have created paper houses previously to burn during the lesson. Burning the paper houses practically demonstrated the fire triangle. Includes a bell task, discussion point, peer assessment, and a Pull The Udder One plenary, a tutorial on how to draw bar graphs with a differentiated bar graph worksheet.
Lesson 10: Graphs
- This is an introductory lesson Teaching the pupils the different types of graphs that we use in science. By the end of this lesson pupils will have an understanding of the different types of graphs and when to use them. This resource pack contains: A PPT (23 slides) and handouts (3 sheets) .
Activities include: Starter Task: Thinking Skills question. Explanations and examples of a Bar chart, different examples of line graphs and pie charts. Pupils will be asked to complete plotting activities based on data provided to them. Plenary (Exit task) : this is our Interactive Emoji Selector resource which is alone worth £3!
Interactive Emoji Selector
- This is a really fun AFL Activity!Teacher Instructions: You can copy and paste the Emoji selector slide into any presentation you wish or use the slide as a standalone resource. Click on the spin button to start the selector and the stop button to stop it. You can reset the selector at any time to restart the process.
Class Instructions: The Emoji Selector will generate three emotions. You must press ‘spin’ to start the selector and ‘stop’ to stop it spinning. The pupils will have to give reasons as to how each of the selected emotions relate to the lesson. I.e. if the selector lands on ‘Happy, Frustrated & Shocked’ the pupils have to give one thing that made them happy, one thing that frustrated them and one thing that shocked them during the lesson.
Bell Ringer & Exit / Summarization Prompt Selector
- This is a really fun INTERACTIVE resource , complete with MUSIC and our very popular 60 second Ultimate Bubble timer!! You can copy and paste The Starter and Plenary Prompt Selector slide into any presentation you wish or use the slide as a standalone resource. To make the selection, click on the spin button to start the selector and the stop button to stop it. You can reset the selector at any time to restart the process. Pupils need to have a sticky note each for this task in order that they can 'slap it' on the board with their answer.
Teacher Feedback Sheet- For use when marking books as a summative feedback for pupils and parents.
Science Reward Jars
- This PowerPoint Contains two reward jars for use in science lesson. The aim of this is to positively reinforce good behaviour. A great Visual behaviour management strategy! Simply press the right arrow key to add an item to the jar and the left arrow key to delete it.
Science Vocabulary Booklet- An A-Z vocabulary booklet that is left blank for pupils to write specific vocabulary that they need to know. The majority of pages are dedicated to a letter. were as come letters (Y & Z, for example) share a page. The booklet is 39 pages long, this will allow you to have it printed back to back in magazine form as either an A5 (printed on A4 paper) or A4 booklet (printed on A3 paper).
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