This is a foldable to either review or introduce the Cycles of Matter. It includes diagrams of The Water Cycle, The Carbon-Oxygen Cycle, and The Nitrogen Cycle. It also provides definitions and key elements to each cycle.
This lesson is a role playing activity for the novel Unbroken. It allows students to experience first-hand how American POW soldiers and Japanese POW guards felt during WWII. This lesson includes role playing cards, graphic organizers, and an
This foldable includes identifying different triangles and defining each with examples. It also includes the definition of the Triangle Angle Sum Theorem with examples with and without algebra. It can be used as an introductory lesson or a review
This is a fill in the blank set of notes that goes with the Cycles of Matter PowerPoint that I used for my 8th grade Science class. It includes The Water Cycle, The Carbon-Oxygen Cycle, and The Nitrogen Cycle.
This is a foldable that includes the following interactions among living things: Competition; Predation including: predator, prey, predator adaptations, prey adaptations; and Symbiosis including: mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism. It also
This is a review game BINGO to review all of the properties of Math. It includes Associative, Commutative, Distributive, Identity, Zero, Additive Inverse, and Multiplicative Inverse. It also comes with a list of examples to call out.
This is a lab that I used to review genetic disorders such as Cystic Fibrosis, Hemophilia and Sickle Cell Disease. The students must have prior knowledge of dominant and recessive alleles and sex-linked genes. They must also have an understanding
This packet includes:
* preview portion where the students preview the book, Inside Out & Back again and predict what the novel is about.
* KWL chart
* Guided Questions for the module
* Text Dependent Questions for poems 1 - 3 (1975: Year of
This is a foldable that allows the students to have some fun! Break out the colored pencils because in this lesson they get to color! The students color both the animal and plant cells according to the directions. There is also a written part
This is a lab that I use to help review the concepts of density, mass, and volume. It is a good review for the NYS Science Assessment. It is set up to be used as centers. Center 1 - Volume, Center 2 - Mass, Center 3 is Density, Center 4 - Student