The Science Stations Units Bundle includes 11 physical, earth, and life science sets for a total of 99 stations. The topics are: ecosystems, natural resources, erosion, adaptations, space, properties of matter, changes to matter, mixtures, energy, weather and water cycle, and plants.
Updated for 2022! I think you'll love this update-- guided student sheets, an answer key, quicker prep, and improved activities for your class!
Looking for stations to review, enrich, and expand on your students' learning? Students need additional time to process new information and opportunities to deepen their knowledge. Stations are a great way for students to work through new information they learned during mini-lessons, reading, and labs.
- Natural Resources
- Weather and Water
- Ecosystems and Food Webs
- Properties of Matter
- Physical and Chemical Change
Read It: Read and answer reading comprehension questions.
Create It: Use your creativity to make something new.
Watch It: Watch an online video and answer questions.
Match It: Match concepts and determine relationships.
Analyze It: Analyze a photo, diagram, or table.
Draw It: Illustrate vocabulary.
Explore It: Explore the concept with a hands-on activity.
Explain It: Explain a photo, diagram, or table.
Sort It: Classify cards into categories.
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2. View the preview for details of what is included. Master Supply List provided as Bonus File.
3. Science Stations Units are different than Science Weekly Five. While some topics are the same, Science Weekly Five stations include 5 stations and are written at a lower level that requires recall and understanding (often used in 3rd-4th). Science Stations Units include 9 stations and are written at a higher level that requires more analysis and application (often used in 4th-6th).
Teachers love it!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "My students are extremely engaged with these materials! They are learning a LOT more from these hands-on activities than from using our science curriculum by itself."
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "This may be, hands down, the best money I have spent on a resource in school. The kids have loved doing the stations. I have used them during my enrichment period and they are all fascinated. They have asked to do these more than they have asked to do hands on labs which is amazing." -Katie B.