Use old classroom crayons to take your students through the steps of the rock cycle in a fun and engaging way! You will need a hot plate, old crayons, plastic knives, and aluminum foil. Lab sheet comes with open ended response questions.
Introduction to adaptations..... Picture section where students should point out the purpose of the adaptation and how they help the organism to survive. See Adaptation Notes that go with it (for free)
This form can be included in a student's file, presented at an IEP or 504 meeting, etc. 10 rows included for each month of the school year. Columns are labeled as "Date" "Topic" "Session Notes" and "Goals" A great tool to keep track of things
Problem Solving, Early Intervention, School Psychology
Printables, Classroom Forms, School Nurse Documents
After students have completed their research page (which is free, on my site), have students complete this brochure or pamphlet and present them to the class. This would make for a great bulletin board display!
Have your students fill this out as they watch the Brain Pop video "Moon"
Includes all words in video with blank lines for students to fill in as they watch. Great reference sheet for do-now or exit ticket activity.
Keep parents and teachers on task with an agenda for your meeting. Use this format everytime; just plug in the type of meeting, purpose, and teacher names. Agendas can be helpful in sticking to a time limit, keeping the topic of conversation
Good review of Scientific Method or a physics lesson on gravity. Measure the height of a ball bounced when dropped on three different surfaces. Includes data chart, graphing space, and open ended response area.
This video follows the PBS Documentary "The Secret of Life Episode One" that can be found on youtube or PBS for free on the discovery of DNA. Questions go in order of the film. Great to have students fill out while they watch.