I used this as a review activity for my seventh grade students. They had already learned about kingdoms, domains, eukaryotic cells, and prokaryotic cells.
The first eight questions require student to use their knowledge to solve these riddles. The
I used this flowchart with my students to help them understand the steps within photosynthesis. They used an interactive video and their textbook to fill in the blanks on the flowchart. The steps are numbered to help students organize the
I used this flowchart with my students to help them understand the steps within cellular respiration. They used their textbook to fill in the blanks on the flowchart. The steps are numbered to help students organize the cellular respiration process.
I performed this activity with my seventh grade students after learning about genetics, heredity, and Punnett Squares.
Feel free to use coins with two heads or two tails to vary the outcomes of the Punnett Squares.
My students really enjoyed this
I used this foldable with my fourth grade students to help them remember the steps of the Scientific Method.
Inside the flaps, we described the step in more detail. Here is a website that offers a great explanation of each of the steps:
While their teacher has left to go to the zoo, students are tasked to break into the boxes he/she left behind to get a special prize! The students will use their knowledge of plant and animal parts and their importance to complete different
The Star Gazer's Hidden Treasure is a Breakout Box adventure in which your students will discover the ancient secrets of the fictional Star Gazer civilization through the letters and notes of Dr. Vega and Dr. Sirius. Dr. Sirius is excavating the
This activity was a great way to introduce my fourth grade students to the Scientific Method!
I turned a cup upside down and put a gummy worm underneath. I then gave my students a gummy Life Saver and 4 paper clips. The students worked in pairs to
Extreme Weather: Home Edition is a STEAM based project! I have included the rubric to help facilitate grading!
Before you begin this project, I suggest that students read and watch videos about various extreme weather conditions.
For this project,
I used this as a motivator activity with my seventh grade students after they had been introduced to the different kingdoms and domains. They first had to sort the cards based on domains. Then they had to sort the cards based on kingdoms. After each
I created some fun paint themed classroom supply labels for my classroom and thought I would share them with the TpT community! I added some blank labels if you wanted to make your own!
The font I used is Miss Kinder's Free Falling.
I used this flipbook in a Matter unit with my fourth grade students. Inside the flipbook, we drew pictures to show how the different states of matter change during each phase change. For example, in melting we drew: icecube + fire/sun = water.