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Unit 6 Science Fusion 3rd Grade: Plants and the Environment

Unit 6 Science Fusion 3rd Grade: Plants and the Environment
Unit 6 Science Fusion 3rd Grade: Plants and the Environment
Unit 6 Science Fusion 3rd Grade: Plants and the Environment
Unit 6 Science Fusion 3rd Grade: Plants and the Environment
Unit 6 Science Fusion 3rd Grade: Plants and the Environment
Unit 6 Science Fusion 3rd Grade: Plants and the Environment
Unit 6 Science Fusion 3rd Grade: Plants and the Environment
Unit 6 Science Fusion 3rd Grade: Plants and the Environment
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These are Quiz Quiz Trade Cards for Plants and the Environment that were created based on Science Fusion 3rd grade Unit 6. I used this as a review activity for my students before the Unit 6 Test on Plants and the Environment. There are 21 cards, great if you have up to 21 students.

You can also use this as a center or task cards for students to work individually or in small groups. You can cut the cards and make it a matching game where students have to match the question to the answer.

On the left side is the question and the right side is the answer. If you fold the papers, cut and laminate them, you can reuse them every year! My students loved it and it was a great way for them to review the unit on energy. Also, I sent them home with my students as study guides for them to study before the test.

Another idea is to print them and give them to students to use as flashcards to take home to study with. My students enjoy using them and they feel better prepared for assessments by practicing the flashcards at home.

I made these for 3rd grade, but they could be appropriate for 2nd, 3rd, or 4th.

If you are not familiar with Quiz, Quiz, Trade, please read below:


What you will need:

A set of questions and answers printed or written out on cards. (THESE CARDS)

Procedure:

Teacher announces: Quiz Quiz Trade
Students:
Find a partner.
Student 1 asks Student 2 the question on the card.
Student 2 either answers it or says I don’t know. (It is important to the speed of the game that students admit when they don’t know)
Student 1 either congratulates Student 2 or goes over the answer.
Student 2 then repeats the procedure with Student 1.
Student 1 and Student 2 trade cards and find a new partner.

I usually let students play Quiz Quiz Trade for about 5-15 minutes, depending on how complex the questions are.
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