What Does Ms Fox Say

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What Does Ms Fox Say
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The Challenge: ...modify a paper cup (X-Wing Fighter) so it can zip down a line (Death Star Trench) and drop a marble (proton torpedo) onto a target (thermal exhaust port). Students will work in groups of 2-4 for this exciting activity. (New
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This 20 station activity uses the film "Despicable Me" and minions to help students understand the different types of variables used in a science investigation. Two versions are included in this packet. Version 1 uses the terms "manipulated and
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The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are here! This collection of daily warm up questions intentionally incorporates the NGSS Cross-Cutting Concepts into daily instruction. Start each class period off with thought provoking videos, readings,
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This sheet is an engaging way to encourage your students to practice accurate measurement in centimeters and millimeters. Students will use the ruler themselves on the first page. The second page provides reinforcement practice that can be done at
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Are you looking for a fun and interactive way to get your students thinking about what living things all have in common? I use this 9 station activity to get my kids debating whether or not different items are "living" "non-living" or
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Do you want to illustrate the difference between an observation and an inference in a way that will keep your kids talking about it all year? Try this twist on a traditional "candle observation" demonstration and enjoy the reaction from your
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Are you looking for a fun first day or first week activity for your science class? Try playing "Would You Rather..." with your kids. I have taken this popular game and paired questions up with scientists and engineers from a range of fields.
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CNP Vocab Cut-n-Paste (or CNP as I call them) is just what it sounds like. Students are provided with one page of 6-12 definitions and pictures. They are to cut out the definition and paste it in to the corresponding space provided on a second sheet
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This assignment is a little different from my other CNP vocabulary assignments as it focuses on the parts and function of the light microscope. Fold the completed assignment in half the long way (hot dog) and you have created instant flash cards
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Using glow sticks purchased at the Dollar Tree (8 bracelet package), students will investigate whether temperature affects how brightly a glow stick "glows." This lab requires very little set up. Two beakers, two glow sticks and a source of
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This lab will elicit a lot of "OHH's" and "AHH's" from your students. Very short, simple and inexpensive to implement. I use it to reinforce observation skills as well as how to measure liquid volume using graduated cylinders and beakers. Students
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What does your future hold? Students will run a controlled experiment to find out if heat or moisture causes the Fortune Teller Fish to curl in their palm. . Provided in this bundle are two pages of teacher instructions including where to purchase
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My students love to watch passive transport in action as, over the course of 3 days, a gummy bear massively expands and then contracts when placed in different substances. This activity does not take long. 15 minutes to gather data at the start of
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The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) are here! This collection of five daily warm up questions intentionally incorporates the NGSS Cross-Cutting Concepts into daily instruction. Start each class period off with thought provoking videos,
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Let's go fishing in class! Students will actually fish for cards that contain a question and their job is to determine if it is scientifically testable or not. There are enough cards provided that a class of 30 can catch at least two fish each. I
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Cut-n-Paste (or CNP as I call them) is just what it sounds like. Students are provided with one page of 6-12 definitions and pictures. They are to cut out the definition and paste it in to the corresponding space provided on a second sheet of
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Are you in need of activities to promote "Systems Thinking" in your science class? This activity has students work collaboratively on a concept map after viewing the 1972 version of The Lorax (25 minutes). The concept map asks students to identify
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CNP Vocab Cut-n-Paste (or CNP as I call them) is just what it sounds like. Students are provided with one page of 6-12 definitions and pictures. They are to cut out the definition and paste it in to the corresponding space provided on a second
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CNP Vocab Cut-n-Paste (or CNP as I call them) is just what it sounds like. Students are provided with one page of 6-12 definitions and pictures. They are to cut out the definition and paste it in to the corresponding space provided on a second
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Oh my gosh! How many times have you lectured about lab safety, what not to do in the lab and where the lab safety equipment is located? There HAS to be a better way, right? I created this "write the room" activity so that you will never have to
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching middle school science for 22 years! Time flies when you are having fun.

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I am all about hands-on, highly engaging activities. I have an active classroom focused on discovery and cooperation.

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NBCT EA/Science 2000

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BS Biology from Washington State University Masters of Education from Lesley University

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