Doodle notes for describing global patterns (jet stream and ocean currents) influcence on local weather in measurable terms such as temperature, air pressure, wind direction and speed, humidity and precipation.
This worksheet is intended as an engage piece of instruction. This is a great way to begin your unit on Humans Impact on the Environment. As the future, it also prompts students to "predict" the future.
This a student lab. Students are tasked with the challenge of creating a lab that models the processes of weathering, erosion, and Deposition.
You can choose whatever materials you would like to make available to your students. Below is the list
Help students overcome the confusion of understanding the similarities and differences among WEATHERING, EROSION, AND DEPOSITION with this doodle note!!! Each process is color coded to help students even more!
Teacher Tips are included as well as
Students can take notes on ways humans can protect themselves from hazardous weather. Be prepared! Take Cover! Plan Ahead! Secure Loose Objects! Notes include the following:
Have students learn and take notes about the impact human are having on our environment. These doodle notes cover DEFORESTATION, URBANIZATION, and DESERTIFICATION.
For an engage piece to do BEFORE they take notes, check out my "Human Impact on the
Students will enjoy learning about the scientific method with this doodle note! This note emphasizes that the scientific method does NOT end when the experiment does. It is a continuous cycle of experiment, analyzing, and experimenting again.
Follow the steps of the scientific method to uncover the truth about those pesky paper towel commercials! Students will become a true investigator as they test the absorbency of four different brands of paper towels. This is usually a 2 day lab.
This is a lab that allows students to be hands on when it comes to the rock cycle. They will make each type of rock- sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous. This could be done in one lesson or split into 3 lessons (one for each type of rock).
This worksheet will ask students to define the main vocabulary words for the Nature of Science Unit. There is also a column for them to draw a picture for the word as well as a column where they must come up with a way they will remember the