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This no-prep unit is perfect for teaching weathering and erosion. Included are activities, worksheets, notes, mini lab and a video lecture that make it perfect for distance learning. #weathering #erosion #beakersandink
Digestive System | Human Body | Use Google Slides to review the parts, function, chemical and mechanical digestion with this digital distance learning activity. Remote learning and home school students will review the human body digestive system using their device or at a science center. Student will also connect how the digestive system works with other human body systems to maintain homeostasis. #humanbody #distancelearning #digital
This is one of my favorite labs for middle school, or even early high school. Students gain a much more thorough understanding of the respiratory systems, and how the diaphragm and lungs work, and are able to create a model from basic household materials.
Muscular system | Distance learning | Use digital notes to review the muscular system with your grade 4 5 6 students. Review cardiac, skeletal, smooth muscles, their function and how it helps the rest of the human body systems. The scaffolded notes will allow you to differentiate instruction in your classroom while using technology. This muscular system activity is perfect for sub plans, science centers, or remote learning classrooms. Check out this distance learning human body system activity
Engaging labs requiring few supplies teach students about variables, controls, and constants through an inquiry lens. #middleschoolscience #STEMactivities #thesciencevault
Teach your upper elementary life science students about the respiratory system using this sketch notes activity! This human body lesson includes a nonfiction article about the parts of this system and how it works, guided reading questions, and visual respiratory system graphic organizers to help students visualize their thinking and learning. | #samsonsshoppe #lifescience #upperelementary
A great lesson or activity on the anatomy of a flower and flower reproduction. Students in middle or high school get a chance to practice their dissection skills, while studying reproduction in a flower. Students love doing this activity!
Nervous system | Distance Learning | Engage your grade 4 5 6 science students to review the brain spinal cord and nerves about the nervous system human body distance learning activity. Students will learn about the parts, function, and how this body system works to control the activities of the human body. Includes scaffolded notes for differentiation in your science center or home school classroom. #science #homeschool #remotelearning
This human body unit has everything you need to teach the respiratory system in 4th, 5th, and 6th grade life science! Students learn about this human body system using nonfiction articles, vocabulary, doodle sketch notes, a webquest, and a digital review activity. These respiratory system activities can easily be used for distance learning! | #samsonsshoppe #lifescience #distancelearning
Balancing chemical equations using Skittles! The kiddos love getting to use candy, and the hands-on practice really helps them understand.
This hyperlink document is a fun way for students to explore physical and chemical weathering, erosion and deposition independently. Great for distance learning.#weathering #deposition # erosion
Balancing Chemical Equations Boom Cards. Great for online learning! Self-grading, engaging. Types of Reaction: synthesis, decomp, single & double replacement, plus combustion.
You and your students will love this Scientific Method interactive fan that promotes hands-on student engagement. It's similar to other hands-on ways of engaging with material that you might be more familiar with such as foldables and flipbook. Check it out. #ScientificMethod ##DrLoftinsLearningEmporium
Looking for a fun STEM activity for tweens? Learn how to make a lemon battery! #STEMactivities #scienceexperiments #sciencefair #theresjustonemommy.com
Science is full of cool, hands-on experiments that give kids the chance to explore their world. It's one of the few subjects that regularly brings concepts to life in very real, tangible ways for students. It's incredibly fun to teach at home, especially when you add some of these middle school science activities to your lesson plans, like this density jar experiment. This year, let them see how awesome science can be.
Help students understand how the solar system formed with an engaging sort, powerpoint, notes and final project that can easily be converted into a booklet. #beakersandink #solarsystemformation
5 Classroom Decor Ideas for the Science Classroom | Decorate your science classroom as you go back to school with purpose. These five tips are easy to implement and low budget for the grade 4, 5, 6, and 7 classroom. #scienceclassroom #iteachscience #scienceteacher
Science Assessment | Need a new way to engage, motivate and interest your science student while assessing their knowledge of any science topic? Check out this one pager activity. Use it with any topic from acids and bases to atoms and elements. Included is a free template and rubric to get you started today!
How to memorize the periodic table quickly, in less than a week, using a mnemonic called the Memory Palace or 'the method of Loci.' Written by a student