Get your students up and moving with this QR Code scavenger hunt for waste management. Students can work in pairs or independently answering questions about landfills, 3R's and hazardous material. This activity uses QR codes which are very engaging
Students will work through an Ecological Succession Hyperdoc using Google Slides. Perfect on any device or desktop computers. This lesson includes:Padlet (customize your own) YouTubeThinglinkVocab Word Splash Google It! Formative Assessment Post
DNA, RNA, protein synthesis practice!Students will create Alien Avatars based on a set of characteristics by practicing transcription and translation. After, students can participate in a Gallery Walk to see variety from even a few chromosomes.
Add to your lesson on Climate Change with a quick introduction to the Albedo Effect. In this lesson, the teacher will use diagrams and an accompanying power point to explain the albedo effect. Understanding this phenomenon is helpful to have a
A great Formative Assessment 3-2-1 tool using any nature video. This will allow students to make inferences about real life examples and make connections to classroom topics.Students will keep track of:3 interesting events2 organism interactions 1
Let's Explore! Find out where our electricity comes from. Students will use the EPA website to compare their region's use of energy sources to national averages. ~Students will also practice interpreting data and review graphing skills as well.
Let's talk about Fracking! The process of Hydraulic Fracturing (aka Fracking) gets a lot of media attention. In this lesson, students will receive direct instruction and smaller activities to understand the process and the controversy. Students will
Use QR Codes to get your kids up and moving in this digital scavenger hunt! This activity contains 11 questions to review the main ideas of Climate Change. Students will scan QR codes for questions and have to search around the room for the correct