This interactive Jeopardy game has multiple choice questions, fill in the blank, and calculating problems. It assesses the students knowledge of space, biology, chemistry, physics, and has a 'random' section to test the students knowledge of
This is meant to be a review for 8th graders over body systems. I have the students in groups of 3-4 working together to complete the quiz. The more academic talk, the better! This can also be used in 6th or 7th grade as an assessment after a body
This quiz reviews biotic vs abiotic factors, ecosystems, food pyramids, chains, and webs, and the predator/prey, consumer/producer, parasite/host relationship. The quiz consists of: - 9 matching questions- 4 questions where the students draw food
Students answer per-lab questions then on the back create the different phases of the moon using 4 Oreos and a knife (or toothpick). They then will place the Oreos in the correct locations on the worksheet showing each phase of the moon and their
Students will make a model of the milky way or spiral galaxy using glue, 8 large cotton balls, and glitter glue. The glitter glue is to show old and new stars (red ad blue) and the cotton balls are to make the spiral arms and the 'bulge' in the
A short Powerpoint that goes along with the Trashketball game. Students will write down their answers on a whiteboard when the slide is up. They then raise their board and if they got the answer correct, they get to shoot the ball into the trashcan.
Kids and teachers LOVE this activity! It is a great way to get ALL students engaged, out of their seats, and thinking critically about speed and velocity. This activity should take about 30-35 minutes from the set-up to reflection time. This