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Hands-on learning! Students will while learning about , and in their habitats!
This interactive unit for students will allow them to create a cute LAPBOOK about PUMPKINS! Great to use anytime, especially in October or November during the Fall Holidays.
See description below for more details on this resource AND suggested uses.
Here is a worksheet for students to use when the are learning about volcanoes! KWL worksheets are to be used at the beginning and end of any study.
K – (Students list everything they already know – prior knowledge)
W – (Students begin thinking about what they don’t know and what they want to investigate about the given topic…i.e. volcanoes!)
L – (After the study is complete, students will complete this section giving details about what ‘new’ things they have learned)
There is also a section for students to reveal what the most ‘interesting’ fact was that they learned. Your students will love the reflection and enjoy sharing their answers.
? This K-W-L resource includes so that students (individually or in cooperative groups) can use as they study different bugs and creepy crawlies. Perhaps they want (or you want) the focus to be on insects that hop or ground dwelling insects. What if their study should focus on beetles only or butterflies and moths? Not only will you get worksheets for a variety of specified ‘types’ of insects but I’ve also included some that can be tailor designed to what you or your students choose to study!
This 1st / 2nd Grade Science resource provides , and to help students learn about the! Seven stages are shown and pages come in color and b/w.
and (Based on student ability – : Color the life cycle / : Color, cut and paste the life cycle / : Draw the life cycle)
Let’s Learn about Plants is a Science resource that can be used in conjunction with your own curriculum or as a separate – individual unit! Students will be actively learning as the cut, color, paste, write and learn! They will learn about the and the !
: seed, sprout, seedling, plant, roots, stem, leaf, soil, sunlight, water, air, flower, bud, trunk, branch, crown.
This engaging, hands-on project will give students the materials necessary to learn all about owls and create a great project to display their learning!
Suggested for 3rd-6th grades. (See description for more information)
LIfe Cycle of a Pumpkin Video is a great way to introduce or review the life cycle of a pumpkin. Great for visual learners!
Stages of the life cycle include: seed, sprout, flowering vine, green pumpkin, pumpkin (orange).
Studying ‘Force & Motion‘ in your classroom? This Mini-Lessons resource has been designed to help students gain a greater understanding as well as to help them retain the information they are learning!
42 colorful animal flashcards
- – to learn animal names
- – to learn classification (ex: sort by habitat, number of legs, mode of transport such as flying, running or swimming, etc)
. No need to do additional research, although this should be encouraged. So whether you are looking for a completely self-contained unit or one that allows for in-depth study, this is it…Snow Goose Lapbook Unit!
Students will study all aspects of the Snow Goose’s life, vocabulary related to the informational reading contained within the unit, complete map work and more.
This resource includes two labeled posters (1 color – 1 b/w) and two cut-n-paste worksheets. It has been designed for younger students with only five parts of the plant listed: roots, leaves, stem, flower and fruit.
Classroom poster: Penguins of the World
Studying ‘Force & Motion‘ in your classroom? This Mini-Lessons resource has been designed to help students gain a as well as to help them they are learning!
- 2 Instructional text pages ( 1 on and 1 one on )
- 2 Experiments (1 Cooperative Group experiment focusing on how ‘‘ and to show ‘. )
- 1 Worksheet Activity (Students will find and list examples of ‘‘ as well as draw an illustration.
– In one minute, how much air do you breathe in?
– What does nose hair do?
– What is a bronchial tree?
– Do you breathe in carbon monoxide or carbon dioxide?
Students will learn the answers to these questions and others as they color and read the pages of ‘Your Respiratory System Coloring Book’.
Fun, Science activity to make your very own volcano out of things you have around the house!
Studying ‘Forces & Magnets‘ in your classroom? This Mini-Lessons resource has been designed to help students gain a as well as to help them they are learning!
11 animals that live in water – picture cards. Each card includes the type of animal, a short description and a picture to color.
Animals included are:
- – frog
- – sea lion
- – trout
- – sea horse
- – squid
- – right whale
- – bottlenose dolphin
- – sea otter
- – tiger shark
- – green sea turtle
- – sea snake
Help students learn the differences (and similarities) between an alligator and a crocodile with this resource and have a cute 18 page mini-book to create and color!