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iLearn Science Slides and Lab Activities will help you kick off your year of science fun! Perfect for Back to School! Your students will learn about safety, tools, measurement, data analysis, and either the scientific method or C-E-R (claim, evidence, reasoning).
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UPDATED FOR 2022: Added more exploration stations, updated slides, new differentiated notes booklet + digital student notes, added C-E-R version of Skittles investigation, added printable + Google Forms quiz with key
A suggested teaching guide provides a suggestion of how to schedule 10 days of iLearn Science.
This file includes:
Lesson 1: What is science? discussion slides, notes, & notebook activity
Lesson 2: How do we practice safety? discussion slides, notes, & notebook activity
Lesson 3: Which tools do we use for observation? discussion slides, notes, and exploration stations
Lesson 4: Which tools do we use for measurement? discussion slides, notes, and exploration stations
Lesson 5: Which measurement system is used in science? discussion slides, notes, and notebook sorting activity
Lesson 6: How is data collected and analyzed? discussion slides, notes, and calculating averages practice
Lesson 7: What are graphs? discussion slides, notes, and reading a graph practice
Lesson 8: How do scientists investigate? discussion slides, notes, and following a procedure practice
Lesson 9: Choose either What is the scientific method? or What is C-E-R? to complete the Skittles investigation
Assessment: 10 question quiz in printable format and Google Forms
In order to do all of the activities, you will need a variety of common science materials.
Exploration Stations: hand lens, magnet, prism, mirror or microscope, balance, spring scale, centimeter ruler, timer or stopwatch, 100 mL graduated cylinders, thermometers
Candy Investigation: cups, Skittles, spoons or stirring rods, stopwatch, thermometer
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1. This file is great for NGSS and almost any state's science process skills standards.
2. This file is not editable.