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Resources for teachers of science students (various grades)

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Physical Science Boom Deck Bundle: Digital Task Cards for Distance Learning in Middle School Science

Great for distance learning, this bundle contains four decks of Boom Cards about physical science. Each deck has thirty cards and a variety of question types.The four Boom Decks included in this bundle are listed below:Physical and Chemical ChangesElements, Compounds, and MixturesChanges in States o...

Using water beads in science! Here are some great ideas to get your kids thinking about the needs and characteristics of living things #gettingnerdyscience #lifescience #characteristicsoflife #characteristicsoflivingthings #biology

Lesson Plan: The Characteristics of Living Things

Using water beads in science! Here are some great ideas to get your kids thinking about the needs and characteristics of living things #gettingnerdyscience #lifescience #characteristicsoflife #characteristicsoflivingthings #biology

Measuring Mass: Mystery Paperclips

Measurement is an excellent back-to-school science unit for elementary, middle school, and secondary students. This science lab activity is an excellent avenue for learning the metric system and using the triple beam balance for experiments that use the scientific method. Also math integration!In t...

Use Elmer's glue to demonstrate exoskeleton and molting...cool and gross at the same time

Molting Experiment

photo credit: lizard-fle-pics, snake-dkimages.com Cool Bug Stuff conducted an experiment to demonstrate how snakes, lizards, and bugs shed their skin / exoskeleton, when they grow and molt. Spread glue on one of your hands and let dry. "Slowly peel dried glue off and discuss the different insects and reptiles that shed or molt." For more bug experiments, activities, teaching ideas, and even recipes, visit Cool Bug Stuff

Mass and Weight Stations: A Science Measurement Activity

These stations will give your students practice with the difference between mass and weight. The stations cover the following concepts:--Definition, units, and tools used to measure mass and weight--Gravity's impact on weight--Mass staying the same, regardless of gravity--Measuring mass using a bala...

Glow in the dark experiments with ice & salt- Science and art come together in this FUN activity for kids!

Glowing Play ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

Glow in the dark experiments with ice & salt- Science and art come together in this FUN activity for kids!

A good way to compare and contrast animals and plants is to use a hula hoop Venn diagram. This can be put on the bulletin board and can be hung up for an extended period of time and is easy to see.

Nitty Gritty Science

A good way to compare and contrast animals and plants is to use a hula hoop Venn diagram. This can be put on the bulletin board and can be hung up for an extended period of time and is easy to see.

Population growth lab for your ecology unit! Students will model the spread of an infectious disease and understand limiting factors.

Population Growth Ecology Experiment

Population growth lab for your ecology unit! Students will model the spread of an infectious disease and understand limiting factors.

Not sure how to make homeschool science fun? Check out these incredible ideas & inspiration to help you enjoy learning science at home with your kids. #homeschoolscience #scienceathome #learnathome #sciencefun #homeschoolfun #homeschoolfunactivities

Spectacular Ways to Make Homeschool Science Fun

Not sure how to make homeschool science fun? Check out these incredible ideas & inspiration to help you enjoy learning science at home with your kids. #homeschoolscience #scienceathome #learnathome #sciencefun #homeschoolfun #homeschoolfunactivities

Claim, Evidence, Reasoning Anchor Chart

Anchor chart for helping students write a scientific explanation using the claim, evidence, reasoning framework. Please leave feedback! Thank you! :)...

5th Grade Properties of Light

This Properties of Light poster is designed to aide students in understanding that light travels in a straight path until it strikes an object. From there, light is either reflected (bounced) off the object or refracted (bent) as it passes through the object. Convex and Concave lenses bend light. Li...

Graphing Data in an NGSS Classroom - Sadler Science

Help students analyze and interpret data in your NGSS aligned classroom by helping them graph their data using the appropriate graph.

Sink or float lab- how much salt does it take to make a carrot float? #density #science

Sink or Float Lab- teaching salinity (Middle School Version)

Sink or float lab- how much salt does it take to make a carrot float? #density #science