This anchor chart covers the basic physical properties of matter (volume, mass, texture, shape, texture, and hardness). This is a great resource for students to put in their science journals or display in your classroom.
Students in collaborative groups will investigate how forces affect motion with this hands-on science lab activity. Using rubber bands as a sling shot and toy cars students will explore how the amount of force, the mass, and friction affect their
Includes a cloze passage about Earth's movement of rotation. Students will use words from a word bank to fill in the blanks of a paragraph. Concepts cover the key concepts Earth's rotation and time zones.
Includes 24 task cards with an answer key where descriptions are given about an object and students must identify which solar system object (planet, comet, asteroid, moon) is being described. Set up is great to use for a Quiz-Quiz-Trade activity.
This resource will provide you with step by step directions on how to implement a fun STEAM challenge integrating the importance of models and connecting it with the construction of houses to withstand hurricanes. Resource also includes student
Students will apply their knowledge about forces and motion with a STEAM challenge. Students will go through the engineering design process to design an egg that will roll down a ramp the slowest. The purchase includes directions, descriptions on
This PowerPoint lesson engages students in a fun STEAM challenge integrating the importance of models and connecting it with the construction of houses to withstand hurricanes.
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This light energy anchor chart is a great resource to display in the classroom or in a student's journal. The poster describes how light travels in a straight line, and how light travels with reflection, refraction, and absorption.