Bring engaging and interactive activities into your classroom with these science notebook pages. This resource contains 21 different interactive notebook activities covering safety, metrics, and the scientific method. Interactive notebooks are the perfect tool to help students compartmentalize what they have learned. These activities are great to use for vocabulary practice, concept reinforcement, independent study, class reviews, or in small groups/tutorials. Check out the preview for examples of several activities.
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Included in this product are the following 21 notebook activities:
-Safety 4 Square
-Fire Blanket vs. Fire Extinguisher Venn Diagram
-Lab Procedures Petal Activity
-Safe vs. Unsafe Lab Procedures Pocket Activity
-Safety T-Shirt Design
-Safety Bumper Sticker
-Science Lab Equipment
-Lab Tool Basics
-Lab Equipment Basics
-Triple Beam Balance Practice
-Graduated Cylinder Practice
-Steps of the Scientific Method
-Variables Petal Activity
-Observations and Inferences Venn Diagram
-Observations and Inferences Pocket Activity
-Observations and Inferences Petal Activity
-Metric Units and Tools
-Metric Conversions (Length, Mass, and Volume)
-Safety Hazards (Lab Rats) Activity
26 example pictures of completed activities have been included for teacher reference.
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