This is a second grade activity where the students observe mixing four different solids and four different liquids. The lab guides the students through the lab giving them directions for measuring liquids and predicting results. There is also a
This is the full lesson plan for this 45-50 minute 1st grade Science lesson.
In this lesson students are classifying different materials by using their senses and recording their observations in the Natural or Human Made Guided Observation Journal
This is a 2nd grade Guided Inquiry Journal where students will record their findings for the Mixing Solids and Liquids Science Lesson (Lesson Plan available for download on TpT)
There is also a Mixing Solids and Liquids Assessment available on TpT.
This is a 4th grade Social Studies Lesson (35-40 minutes) that is the introductory lesson for Exploring the Physical Characteristics of the United States activities that can span up to a week. You will need: This Land is Your Land Lyrics available
This is a guided inquiry science journal for second grade that includes responses for 14 items (natural, human made or both). This could be used for one long lesson or spread out over several days introducing two or three new materials each day and
This is the coordinating assessment for the Natural or Human Made Science Observation Journal (available for free!) This could be given as the consecutive day's lesson after they have completed the journal which you can find
This is a coordinating activity with the Physical Characteristics Lesson Plan 1 (4th grade) available for download. This is the first activity which includes listening to the original song written by Woody Guthrie on Youtube and highlighting the
This is a 1st grade worksheet that can be used as an assessment for fact families.
This particular version already has the plus and minus signs filled in and could be used as a scaffolding assignment for those that are struggling with the concept.
This is a worksheet/assessment that has dot cards on it and lines to write the four facts in the fact family!
There is another very similar version of this one that has the plus and minus signs included to help guide the student to the answers. It