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Science Vocabulary Hands-On Instruction

Science Vocabulary Hands-On Instruction
Science Vocabulary Hands-On Instruction
Science Vocabulary Hands-On Instruction
Science Vocabulary Hands-On Instruction
Science Vocabulary Hands-On Instruction
Science Vocabulary Hands-On Instruction
Science Vocabulary Hands-On Instruction
Science Vocabulary Hands-On Instruction
Product Description
Hands-On Science Vocabulary Instruction

Tired of having students copy definitions? Do your students not have the background experiences needed to relate to the vocabulary when it's introduced? This guide is an opportunity to introduce new science vocabulary using hands-on experiences!

There are four parts to each lesson:
Part 1: The teacher leads the students in an activity for 10-15 minutes. They draw and record what they did in their notebook.
Part 2: Use direct instruction to teach students the new terms using motions, listening, talking, drawing, and a foldable page.
Part 3: Students revisit the activity page and identify what they did using their new vocabulary.
Part 4: Students do an "I Learned" page as Output.

What are the 21 topics included?
Variables
Force and Motion
Potential and Kinetic Energy
Mixtures and Solutions
Relative Density
Light
Transparency
States of Matter
Electrical Circuits
Mass and Volume
Magnets
Erosion
Fossils
Revolve and Rotate
Rock Cycle
Soil
Plate Tectonics
Lunar Cycle
Food Chains
Ecosystems
Adaptations
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Important Product Notes

• Please check the preview to see more of what is included.

• Teaching the concept but want different words than I included? This resource includes editable vocabulary fold-up templates for you to quickly make your own! Just enter a text box with the terms you want. The editable file is in PowerPoint.

• The materials required are likely in your classroom, your home, or the Dollar Store. What do you need? Paper, foam runways (from pool noodles), a Slinky, water bottles, oil, beads, tape, sand, salt, flashlight, foil, wax paper, plastic wrap, a lens, balloons, circuit sets, bar magnets, trays, sedimentary rocks, clay, glue, Styrofoam balls, pie pans, ice cream cones, chocolate chips, graham crackers, Oreos, gummies, spoons, clothespins

• This file is included in the 5th Grade Science Bundle {Texas Edition}.

From The Science Penguin
Total Pages
85 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
N/A
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