Page 1 is a table from which to guide your teaching on simple machines (lever, wheel and axle, pulley, inclined plane, wedge, and screw). It explains what the simple machine is, what it is commonly used for, where it can be found, and a picture.
This is a .pdf meant to be viewed like a slideshow (go to View and click on Full Screen Mode). It shows the aforementioned astronomers and their theories with an image of Galileo's own telescope and his own watercolors. This slideshow complies with
To Pop or Not to Pop
This worksheet can be be folded (hamburger-style) and cut to reveal a pop-out of a flower, or not (printout as is and color coordinate). It comes complete with labeled sepals, petal, pistil (stigma, ovary, eggs), and stamen
Modeled after Hasbro's Guess Who, this game is designed using 24 Virginia Studies VIPs (Very Important People). Guess the Mystery VIP (Very Important Person) on your opponent’s card by asking one question per turn, and getting rid of faces that
Practice your multiplication skills while playing a fun game of tic-tac-toe with the products. Students will play with a partner (or partners with slight modifications) using a deck of cards and a laminated scoresheet. Each student is assigned a
This 3 page .pdf delivers notes on the eight planets in an organized table. Page 1 shows the notes page in its entirety (the final product) helpful for displaying classroom-wide on a projector. Page 2 depicts just the chart without the colorful