This is a great resource to go through the different parts of the circulatory system and help your students understand how blood circulates inside the heart. You can use it with different levels, because it is up to you how much content you add in
This is a great lab activity to help your students understand the concept of density: they will SEE what it means while they play and try to make an egg float.
It is also a fantastic way to introduce the Scientific Method and make them think!
These rubrics will help you engage your students in their learning process by involving them in the assessment process. Use them before they set to work to help them understand what you expect from them and improve their creation of knowledge.
Using the characteristics of elephants' teeth your students will learn how to structure and organize an informational report.
Some facts are included and there is also space for them to research and find more interesting facts about elephants'
Two perfect activities for your Compare and Contrast sessions!
Activity 1: answer questions about crocodiles and alligators by analyzing the information in the diagram.
Activity 2: compare and contrast salmons and orcas and write own report.