This is a powerpoint on potential and kinetic energy. I included lots of graphics, explanations, and a quiz. There are many examples and demonstrations of potential and kinetic energy. Real-life situations such as, roller coasters, football,
This powerpoint on ecosystems discusses definitions, gives examples, and allows students to apply what they have learned to questions about ecosystems.
The ppt discusses the following:
Definition of ecosystem
Types-forest, desert, ocean, rainforest,
This is a powerpoint on animal adaptations. I included lots of graphics, explanations, and a application questions. Definitions, types, and examples are discussed. Different animals (with sound effects) are discussed with adaptations.
This powerpoint explains the definition and causes of sound. Pictures are included for examples as well as an explanation. The following is covered:
outer, middle, and inner
This is a 28-slide powerpoint on science safety. It contains responsibilities of students and teacher, general safety concerns, safety rules and symbols, "What's wrong with this picture?", "What's wrong with these statements?", and the safety
This powerpoint contains information about heat. The following is discussed:
sources of heat
physical changes from heat
chemical changes from heat.
This test is on science safety in the classroom. It goes along with my powerpoint and study guide that is listed separately.
It has true/false, short answer, multiple choice, and fill in the blank answers.
It covers responsibilities, rules,
This PowerPoint explains the difference between physical and chemical changes. It gives many examples with pictures, many with animation or video. The last page of the PowerPoint has a joke page related to matter changes.
This is a 6-box comic strip with lines to write captions under each. This is a great review activity to do with students in all subjects. I have also included a direction sheet and a rubric for a science activity on the water cycle. These can be
This powerpoint covers solids, liquids, and gases, physical and chemical changes, and examples of each. There are 18 slides with animation and sound effects. Most slides have interactive links to demonstrations and videos. At the end of all my
This study guide correlates with my animal adaptation powerpoint. Students fill in the study guide while discussing each slide. This helps upper elementary students prepare for note-taking in the upper grades. The students can preview the study
This study guide goes along with my ecosystem powerpoint. It allows students to follow the ppt and find missing information on the study guide. Teachers may use this during the ppt or as a review after the ppt. I sometimes break it into multiple
This powerpoint gives information on the following:
Each is defined and many examples with pictures are given. A "test" is given at the end that allows students to work in groups or
This study guide follows along with my PowerPoints on "Relationships in an Ecosystem" and "Food Chains and Webs."
It works great as a step-by-step guide as you work through the PowerPoints.
Both PowerPoints and study guide usually takes 2 or 3
This PowerPoint contains information about food chains and webs. It will define and give many examples of the following:
order of the food chain
Types of food chains
This is a daily/weekly math warm-up or math game. It includes instructions, ideas on how to use or change the rules, worksheet, and reproducible pages. Students will enjoy this opposed to the same old warm-up sheet. They will become very excited
This is used with our interactive math notebooks. It gives the students an excellent visual on rounding up or rounding down. The students will glue the numbers on the correct side of the roller coaster as guided by the teacher. I am not sure why
This is a study guide for science safety. This goes along with my powerpoint and activities that you will find listed separately.
This has been adapted for fourth grade, but can be used for third through fifth. (Louisiana Comprehensive Curriculum