To go in a notebook. Fun way to talk about mechanical energy. I also make a t chart one side sources of mechanical energy and the other produces of mechanical energy. I use one container per group and let them pass around every 15-30 seconds. Kids
This is a sort that allows the student to think about what the question is asking them. It is already in the correct order for answer key purposes. It is great as whole class or small group work. Our last test over light I had 90% passing. Have fun
15 questions that you cut and sort into the correct type of energy it is asking about. 3 questions for each energy. I cut apart the types of energies into strips and used them as titles to classify by. Great for partner work, individual, small
Includes the steps to the formation of fossil fuels along with important vocabulary. I used with a voice app and had them read in different voices. They enjoyed that part. It is also notebook size so you can have them glue it in.
Have students sort and answer the questions. Make a class set and use for multiple classes. Good use of common terminology. Quick assessment to help give immediate intervention. Have students work in teams or alone. For extension you can have them
STAAR style questions on the interactions of organisms that have the students discuss and match the answers. There are many variations you could play, but a recording sheet is also provides opportunity for reflection on incorrect answers. You decide