This activity is to be used to help students learn how to read and create a weather map, including the various symbols. It uses information within QR Codes to prompt the students on what to draw on a weather map.
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This activity lets students practice using Function Tables to create and identify algebraic rules. This lesson has modifications included: one version of the activity includes a Ã¢ï¿½ï¿½Rule BankÃ¢ï¿½ï¿½ which allows the students to help identify
This worksheet encompasses many aspects of atoms. Part of the assignment gives students completed Bohr models of atoms and the students have to identify: the element and symbol, the number of protons, neutrons and electrons, draw the dot diagram,
This activity uses scenarios and Punnett squares to determine what traits would be possible if Mr. and Mrs. Snow had a baby. This activity is a great holiday activity for science class which incorporates the curriculum.
This product begins with Democritus and his discoveries, and includes many key historical events in the creating of today's atomic model. This product that can be used as student oriented notes, a review or a quiz. There is a blank flow chart for
This product includes 50 element cards. Elements 1-38 (with exceptions of Gallium, Germanium). In addition, Silver, Tin, Antimony, Iodine, Xenon, Cesium, Barium, Gold, Mercury, Lead, Bismuth, Radon, Francium, Radium, and Uranium are included.
This product is similar to CHAMPS Behavior Management system. However, it includes a matrix which incorporates 5 activites, instead of using 5 posters. I made this for my seventh grade classroom, but it can be modified for other grade levels and
This test covers elements 1-38 (with exceptions of Gallium, Germanium), in addition to Silver, Tin, Antimony, Iodine, Xenon, Cesium, Barium, Gold, Mercury, Lead, Bismuth, Radon, Francium, Radium, and Uranium.
This test is great for any student
This product allows high school students to practice drawing and reading weather station symbols using technology and partners. The students will first create their own weather station symbols using current data from weather symbols across the