Students often struggle over creating expressions to solve from word problems. I have created this resource to help guide them and see the patterns in the various types of quadratic word problems that they can encounter.
In this activity, students
Five problems that utilize Kirchoff's Voltage and Kirchoff's Current Laws. Each circuit becomes progressively harder and in most cases can be solved without the use of a calculator. Cut and paste the pictures for a test, or use the package as is for
14 original questions for the Projectile Motion Unit in Physics. All the questions are worked out with graphs and step by step explanation of the concepts. This is perfect for students who are struggling with the concept and need another voice to
A coursepack for the Data Management course (Ontario MDM, but has a lot of relevant information for other curricula). There are case studies, activities, teacher directed fill in the blanks, questions, and instructions on how to use Fathom and Excel.
Students can learn about the digestive system from the provided text. Then they will summarize their learning about the individual organs on the work pages and link the 4 basic tissue types with each of the organs. Answer key is provided.
Analytical Geometry: Quadrilaterals and Triangles using Length and Slope
Students pick a card that has a series of co-ordinates on one side and the shape these co-ordinates creates on the other. They they use the blank worksheets to graph the
No experience needed in programming. Tie together the idea that gravity accelerates and also learn the basics of coding. Scratch is a free online coding platform and I walk you through all the steps needed to make a simple program of an accelerating
Using Power Supplies, Resistors, Voltage and Ammeters, students will first build series and parallel circuits and ultimately discover how the current and voltage behaves. The second half of the activity explores the idea that circuits can be
1. This game plays like GO FISH.
2. Two people can play.
3. Shuffle all non-system cards.
4. Deal out 7 to each player.
5. Players decide how many systems to create: 1 system is a short game whereas 5 is long.
6. First person to write out the
Graphic Organizers for analytical geometry. There are so many little steps to finding:
2. Right bisectors
4. Distance to a line
5. Properties of a polygon
These graphic organizers will help the student layout the steps in a
This module is designed to help students understand both the particle theory a little better and also get some experience programming.
This module can be given to students to show them how to code in Scratch and to reinforce the ideas of the
Finding the area of a triangle using three points can be difficult for students because of the number of steps. This activity is designed to get students out of their seats a little and guide them to the solution. If they get stuck they can check
Programming is becoming a life skill. So I have compiled this series to teach you and your students how to code using Scratch, a free browser based coding application. No experience necessary. You can insert this into your science curriculum because