Worksheet assignment on Pangaea. Students are to read the background on Wegener's Continental Drift Theory. Then answer questions and cut out the continents and paste them together based on the puzzle key.
Volcanoes come in all shapes and sizes with varying degrees of activity. They are not always big, cone-shaped mountains spewing out lava in grand explosions. This project will allow your students to get up close and personal with one of the more
Fun trivia game I play in teams with students and ask them each question, and allow the other team to steal if they get it wrong. There's mostly Science related questions, and it's a fun way to fill time. Answers are included. Or you could pass
I use this Lab while doing a Unit on Physics. You will need foam pipe covers for the track of the coasters, which are relatively cheap at any hardware store. You'll also need marbles as the coasters. Students build a roller coaster. Then find
A beginning of the year Survey to gain a better understanding of your students. I use this as an Ice Breaker with middle schoolers, and I always make sure I answer and go first to ease the tension and to make them laugh.
Used for a unit on Newton's Laws. Students are to draw a sky diver and explain how all three of Newton's Laws are being applied to a sky diver falling. I usually show a YouTube Clip of a sky diver falling as a warm up/Introduction.