100 great science warm-ups to get students working as soon as they get into class. These do not require you to print anything! Just project them and students can get to work. Or, you can print them and make them into task cards. This file includes: 35 Journal Style Questions (Green Backgrounds) 20 Questions Related to the Scientific Method (Tan Backgrounds) 25 Observe, Infer and Predict Questions (Blue Backgrounds) 25 Questions related to current events in Science (Orange Backgrounds)…

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My students are hooked on CNN Student News! It is a great, free online resource that is perfect to get students thinking about current events with a Common Core lens. This activity set has TEN templates to choose from and is aligned with Common Core Literacy and Writing standards for ELA, history and science (NGSS). There are varying templates for teachers to implement depending on style and class ability level. In most cases students are required to: ✎ Support claims with evidence from…

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Current Events in Science and Technology

Mats of floating algae called phytoplankton - misnamed red tide - are common off the California coast. (current events in science)

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