The students will participate in a lab to test whether the temperature of water affects the rate at which Alka Seltzer dissolves. They will be asked to write a hypothesis, record their data, create a table, and form a conclusion.
These questions can be used as an entrance card, exit card, review, or short assessment. It reviews key vocabulary about forces such as: force, gravity, friction, net force, balanced forces, mass, and weight.
Students will answer discussion questions before going on the Google Expedition and then answer critical thinking questions afterwards as well. The Google Expedition discusses the importance of coral, Global Warming, pollution, and the effects of
This is a worksheet/resource that can be used in conjunction with the Google Expeditions App and Google Viewers. It provides students an opportunity to activate prior knowledge with discussion questions, comprehension questions, and an extension
Students will work in teams to design, create, and test a structure made out of aluminum foil. The teams will compete against each other to create a "boat" that holds the most amount of coins while floating on water. They will have to make
Students will practice creating a hypothesis, following directions, recorded data, creating a graph, and forming conclusions during this lab. This lab deals with calculating speed using distances and time.
This project format allows the students to choose which activities they would like to complete in order to show their understanding of physical science topics. All of the tasks will showcase their comprehension of energy, forces, and motion.
The students will play a game of "I Have, Who Has" to assess their knowledge of basic physical science vocabulary terms. This can be used as a review game, reinforcement, or informal assessment tool. This game encourages whole class participation
This worksheet/form can be used by the students to answer the science "Do Now" question for five days. There is a checklist for the students to use to self assess their work and a rubric for the teacher to use to grade the papers.
Students will be assigned a key vocabulary term and asked to create a pennant to explain their topic. The student will need to include the definition in their own words, a symbol representing the term, an illustration, and a real-life example. A