Science Lesson 1 for Middle School: Complete Lesson Resource (Digital and F2F)
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Have you ever walked though a sheet of paper? Begin with this challenge as you introduce your students with this day 1 science activity. Use our flexible, visually engaging, complete, value packed 45-minute lesson for middle school. Going online, teaching face to face or a little of both, this package has you covered. Use our editable lesson presentation, student notes and Google Sorts at the click of a button. Students will connect science to their lives, learn about major break through in science and discuss major concepts. Included are learning activities that reinforce both in class and at home. Use this lesson from start to finish or break it up into a series of activities you can use over a week. Additionally, this would make a perfect “Snow Packet” lesson for those in the north. Originally designed for a mainstreamed 7th grade classroom, this lesson can be modified for lower and upper grades.
• Root words
• Alexander Fleming
When you purchase this resource, you'll receive:
• Bell Ringer
• Lesson Presentation
• Link to Recorded Lesson
• Note-taking guide
• In class reinforcement activity
• Homework assignment
• Closure activity
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