The posters from apples and gravity are created with the objective to meet the needs of your diverse students.
•They emphasize the of your lessons
•Target students misconceptions
•Hold students accountable to writing concept taught
•Build background knowledge
•Attract everyone’s attention
•Posters are 100% TEKS aligned
•Remain relevant and current learning accessible to students, reminding them of prior learning and enabling them to make connections as new learning happens.
Ideas for Implementation:
•For laying the foundation for a new unit of study and giving an overview of concepts.
•Note- taking during whole group instruction.
•If questions arise during homework or tutorials.
•A tool for questioning, to expand ideas, and to contribute to discussions and solving problems in class.
•In small group:
•You can reteach the concept and have the students work on the assignment together.
•Laminate and place this resource in a center for students to work in pairs or independently.
•Use posters as a follow up after small group instruction.
•By having each student work on the posters for the concepts they struggle with.
•Add on student supplemental folder
•Use as part of a test review.
•Glue the posters in the hallway and classroom wall so students can read as they wait in line.
•After engaging activities students can start filling the blank.
Believe me they will just look amazing on your science wall or science journals!
Plus! Each poster includes a Did you know? section that grabs student's attention.
Full page color poster to display in classroom (8.5x11 sheet of paper).
Fill in the blanks color poster to display in classroom (ideal for centers, tutorials, support concepts, and working in a whole or small group).
Color pocket size perfect for student journals (half of a horizontal 8.5x11).
Color journal size perfect for student journals (fits any composition journal).
and NOW!!! mini size you can create a section of reference posters in your journal
Poster size can be printed up to 36’’x48
This product gives you access to posters content as well as future content added!
Don't spend your instructional time reading a black&white science book or spend your valuable time coloring science images. Science occurs through observation and experiments. Provide your students the appropriate visuals and let’s bring back the time needed for engagement and hands on activities.
Apples and Gravity