This presentation contains definitions and pictures for weather, meteorologists, weather tools, seasons, water cycle, precipitation and cloud and storm types.Students classify and label pictures of seasonal clothing, seasonal outdoor activities,
Students explain why they think people eat.Food chain and food web definitions are given. A marine energy pyramid is provided.Students identify producers and consumers.Students identify herbivores, carnivores and omnivores.Students create 2 food
Students classify shapes by color, size and dimension.Students classify pictures into living & nonliving, color and type.The characteristics of amphibians and reptiles is provided.Students classify pictures of reptiles and amphibians.
Students classify items by size, shape, color and texture.Students classify items as living and nonliving.Characteristics of mammals and fish are provided.Students classify ocean animals into fish and mammal groups.Students classify mammals into
Students classify shapes by size, shape, color and texture.Students classify pictures by living, nonliving and by color.The characteristics of mammals and birds is given.Students classify pictures of mammals and birds.
These interactive slides cover bird characteristics, energy pyramid, food chains & webs, producers, consumers and decomposers, vertebrates & invertebrates as well as directions for owl pellet dissection.
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Needs are of a plant are described.Functions of roots, stems, leaves, flowers and seeds are described.Students sort pictures of fibrous roots and taproots.A xylem tissue activity is provided.Photosynthesis, pollination and fertilization are
The parts of seed and the conditions necessary for growth are given.Plant pollination and fertilization are explained.Stages of plant life cycles are provided.Students move word labels and pictures to create plant life cycles.A seed dispersal
This presentation contains definitions and pictures for weather, meteorologists, weather tools, water cycle, weather symbols, precipitation, climate and cloud & storm types.Students label parts of the water cycle, forms of precipitation and
Needs of a plant are described.Functions of roots, stems, leaves, flowers and seeds are described.Students sort pictures of fibrous roots and taproots.Photosynthesis is described.Students sort pictures of roots, stems, leaves and seeds that we eat.
Characteristics of arctic tundra, taiga and temperate forest biomes are described.Plants and animals from each biome are given.Students label the names of animals from all three biomes.Students classify animals from tundra and temperate forests.
Five common microbes (germs) are described with their effects on humans and how proper hygiene or thorough cooking is the key to avoiding getting sick.Microscope & cartoon pictures of the microbes are provided.
Characteristics of rainforests, deserts and grasslands biomes are described.Plants and animals from each biome are given.Students label the names of animals from all three biomes.Students classify animals from grasslands and rainforests.A grassland
Descriptions of savanna, freshwater and marine biomes are provided with examples of plants and animal species.Students identify names of animals in each biome.Students classify freshwater and marine animals.
Basic types of matter are defined and observable and measurable properties are listed.Students sort matter.Experiments for solids, liquids and gases are provided.Tools for measuring properties are provided.Students sort metric and standard measure