Annette Hoover
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Annette Hoover
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With the purchase of this worksheet you will have two options for assessing students’ knowledge between renewable and nonrenewable resources. The first has 16 pictures of different resources, students write renewable or nonrenewable on the line to
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This is a 31 slide Powerpoint that describes both renewable and nonrenewable resources. It gives examples of each. Toward the end it will show a picture of a resource and the students guess whether it is a renewable and nonrenewable. You may also
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This 34 slide powerpoint was made based on the website: http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/FEATURE/education/squirm/skworm.html It teaches what soil is made of, the horizons of soil, types of soil, and conservation of soil.
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This is a great assessment tool after my Potential and Kinetic Energy PowerPoint. There are two different formats for your choosing. One describes an activity and the students write whether it is an example of potential or kinetic energy (better
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Teach the phases of the Moon by using this 24 slide PowerPoint. It begins by describing the orbit of the Moon around the Earth including words such as perigee and apogee. It then describes the eight phases of the Moon: New moon, waxing crescent,
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Do you want to teach a lesson about the life cycle of stars? This worksheet corresponds with a 38 slide PowerPoint that teaches the life of a star beginning with a nebula. Terms defined, discussed, and illustrated are protostar, nuclear fusion,
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This worksheet corresponds with my PowerPoint on Weather Fronts. It describes four different types of fronts and what kind of weather develops from each: Cold fronts, warm front, stationary front, and occluded front. Students can fill out while
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This is a 20 slide PowerPoint that describes sound energy. It describes how sounds are vibrations that travel in waves. Transverse and compressional waves are described. Amplitude and frequency are also discussed. There are several experiments
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This is an 8 page note taking guide worksheet that guides students through a 50 slide PowerPoint which teaches students how to read the Periodic Table of Elements. It begins by teaching the subatomic particles that make up each atom. It explains
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This is a worksheet that allows students the opportunity to finish drawing a shape over a line of symmetry. It also gives the students a chance to draw their own symmetric shapes on a grid with a line of symmetry. Included are instructions for a
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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Do you want to teach a lesson about the life cycle of stars? This 38 slide PowerPoint teaches the life of star beginning with a nebula. Terms defined, discussed, and illustrated are protostar, nuclear fusion, main sequence, red giant, white dwarf,
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Are you teaching a unit on stars? This 38 slide PowerPoint describes constellations and gives opportunities for students to identify several. It continues by relating information about binary, triple, and quadruple star systems. Next, three types
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This is a helpful tool for learning about solar and lunar eclipses. The worksheet was created to correspond with the PowerPoint “Solar and Lunar Eclipses”. Questions over solar and lunar eclipses are given. Students are invited step by step to
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This 28 slide PowerPoint describes comets, asteroids, and meteors. It begins by defining a comet and then describes the five parts that make up a comet: The nucleus, coma, ion tail, dust tail, and hydrogen envelope. There are pictures to
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This is a 13 slide powerpoint which teaches about the circulatory system. It teaches the three main parts of the system, the three different kinds of blood vessels, and what is in blood.
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This is a helpful tool for learning about solar and lunar eclipses. The PowerPoint contains 38 slides. Solar and lunar eclipses are both explained with beautiful pictures. Students are invited step by step to draw an example of each eclipse
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If you are looking for an overview of the Solar System, this PowerPoint may be for you. There are 24 slides that cover the objects found in our solar system: The Sun, the eight planets, dwarf planets, asteroids, comets, and the Oort cloud. There
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This note-taking guide corresponds with my “Seismic Waves of Earthquakes” PowerPoint. Students can fill in will viewing the PowerPoint. It covers the three different types of seismic waves produced by earthquakes. It also suggests on how students
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This is a 50 slide PowerPoint which teaches students how to read the Periodic Table of Elements. It begins by teaching the subatomic particles that make up each atom. It explains how to read each entry within the Periodic Table; the atomic number,
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This PowerPoint covers the three different types of seismic waves produced by earthquakes. It also suggests on how students can demonstrate the different types of waves with a slinky. Words defined and illustrated are focus, epicenter, primary (P)
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I have 17 years of classroom experience. I taught 3rd grade for 9 years, 4th grade for 1 year, and am now currently teaching math and science to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders.

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