This product is a visually engaging, complete 2 to 3-day lesson on observations and the metric system for middle school science. Everything you need is included in the 39 page document, doodle notes, task cards, bell ringers and an editable presentation. Students learn types of observation and how the metric system is used in science. This metric system component is meant as a quick review since many of these topics are repeated in previous courses. Originally designed for a mainstreamed 7th grade classroom, this lesson can be modified for lower or upper grades. The first and last lesson in this series can be found following this links. Lesson 1 Lesson 3: Experiments
• Quantitative Observations
• Qualitative Observations
• Metric System
• Metric Prefixes
When you purchase this resource, you'll receive:
• Bell Ringer
• Editable Lesson Presentation
• Doodle Notes
• In class reinforcement activity
• Task Card Lab Activities
• Closure questions
• Lesson plan with teacher notes
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