This resource is for an insulators and conductors hands on activity to complement your electricity unit. Students will review what an insulator and conductor are. They will then create their own series circuit. From there, the directions will lead them to predict which objects they think are insulators or conductors. Students will then test their predictions and finally answer comprehension questions about their learning.
This math and science resource includes twenty-eight metric measurement task cards that can be used with your students as a fun, hands-on review for this topic. The cards have a holiday theme to make for a great activity to keep students engaged during this festive time of year. This activity is perfect for cooperative learning. Students can complete this review in groups, pairs or individually.
This is a novel unit plan and guided reading packet for the novel, A Long Walk to Water. Included in this plan: → background information → a guided reading packet → Paired text activity using My Great-Grandmother's Gourd → several review materials, including Trashketball Game → assessments → several ideas for after reading activities and projects → answer key
This social studies resource is a perfect addition to your American Revolution curriculum. Students will understand the causes of the American Revolution, the battles between the colonists and Great Britain and how the Americans won the war under the direction of General George Washington.
Here is a fun, interactive lesson for students to review their knowledge of acids, bases, the pH scale, and indicators. This Google Drive resource will allow students to show their understanding of this topic and is a great tool to have to review this topic. Your students will access Google Drive to complete digital task cards. This activity can be distributed through Google Classroom, projected on a Smartboard, viewed on their digital devices or be printed to follow IEP mandates.
This resource includes sixteen activities to use with your students to celebrate the different holidays during the school year. There are STEM projects as well as nonfiction articles and activities for your students to complete.