This is a card sort on potential & kinetic energy. There is extra boxes for you to write in your own as well! This is a good activity for after you learn potential and kinetic energy. A worksheet has also been included for a short assessment
This file is a packet for stations on energy transformations. There is not an answer key included. Lab station objects are: candle, rubber band, hair dryer, colliding spheres, candy, tuning fork, and a calculator.
This is an activity for review of the types, forms, and sources of energy. Each student has a "secret identity" (energy) and they have a card with 4-5 clues that they read out to their classmates. The students then record their answer on their
This product is a simple KWL chart to use in your classes. This chart may be used for ANY topic or content area. Students will assess: "What do I know?", "What do I want to know?", and "What did I learn?". I have added two charts to a page to save
English Language Arts, Science, Social Studies - History
This product includes 32 task cards questions, a student record page, and answer key on the periodic table. The questions may be placed around the room, on different lab tables, or given to individual groups. Get students up and moving while
This is a template for a foldable on seven forms of energy. The forms of energy included are: chemical, electrical, electromagnetic (radiant), mechanical, nuclear, thermal, and sound. An answer key is provided.
This is a great 10-15 minute activity to get to know your students on the first or second day of school!
You go through the "stand up if..." list and the students that the statement applies to stand up. Then EVERYONE sits back down. The teacher