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    This unit introduces several important concepts about heat energy including heat sources, temperature measurement, controlling heat through insulation and the importance of heat energy for living things. This unit will also explain how heat is transferred including convection, conduction and radiation.

    The resource includes:

    • – Student book
    • – Quiz with answer key
    • – Vocabulary cards with definitions

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    Students will create an 18 page mini-book as they learn about different sources of light energy!

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    Studying fossils? With this fun activity, students will create a variety of ‘fossils’ while learning how to make observations, inferences and how to distinguish between the two!

    Includes- Student and teacher pages:
    – Student “how to” activity pages
    – Student data worksheet
    – Student critical thinking worksheet
    – Teacher pages and answer keys

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    This elementary resource is designed to teach students about fossils. In this ‘Copy and Learn’ product, students will learn what fossils are made of, two types of fossils (body and trace) and how they form.
    Included: 6 Copy and Learn pages and 1 fossils photo page. 

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    In this resource, students will learn about living things, (plants and animals) and what they need to survive within their habitats. Students will investigate the dependence of plants on air, water, nutrients, and light. They will also learn about pollination and how many plants depend on animals for pollination and the dispersal of seeds. Students will learn about various animal habitats and how some animals change with the seasons.

    This resource includes both student and teacher materials.

    Number of Lessons – Depending on how you divide up and teach lesson segments, there will be 12 to 20 lessons of 30-45 minutes each. Science video links are included in the teacher materials.

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    In this extended, interactive unit, students will learn all about scientists, what they do, the tools they use and science safety.

    This is a LARGE unit. See description below for all that is included! Can be used as a notebooking unit.

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    An engaging science unit teaching students about the properties of matter through hands-on and thought-provoking activities!

    • Lesson 1: Matter (Define)
    • Lesson 2: Solid, Liquid, Gas
    • Lesson 3: Liquid Experiment
    • Lesson 4: Solid Experiment
    • Lesson 5: Gas Experiment
    • Lesson 6: Liquid to Solid
    • Lesson 7: Liquid to Gas
    • Lesson 8: Irreversible Change
    • Lesson 9: Reversible Change
    • Lesson 10: Disassemble Change

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    In this unit study, students will learn how 8 different animals (4 different habitats) use many of their body parts to live and survive. For each animal, students will be given a fact sheet, a short answer worksheet and a worksheet on which they will label and describe the specific body parts and how they are used.

    Animals covered in this unit are:
    – Desert Habitat: Camel, Fennec Fox
    – Grasslands: Black-footed Ferret, Bison
    – Tropical Rainforest: Sloth, Toucan
    – Tundra: Polar Bear, Arctic Wolf


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    A fun to create, Science mini-book teaching students how different animals use their body parts as tools to live and survive! Once students finish creating this 10 page mini-book, they will be able to give examples of how 7 animals use their body parts to get nourished, move within its environment and even stay protected from predators!

    Animals included in this project are the cheetah, bat, loggerhead turtle, badger, kangaroo, deer and tundra swan. There is also a image of a wolf with showing various body parts often used to accomplish an animal’s survival.

    Students will color, draw and write to complete the book.

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    Learning about various patterns of movement is an important Kindergarten and 1st grade Science concept that is introduced in these worksheets! The movements covered include:
    – fast / slow
    – ziz zag
    – round and round
    – straight line
    – up and down
    – back and forth

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    Here is a set of 36 science classification cards to give students the ability to classify living and nonliving things! These cards include beautiful color photos of 36 different items plus two sets of classification mats.

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    This living vs. nonliving booklet is perfect for kindergarten and 1st grade students just learning the science concept. It includes a cover page and 5 inside pages that will teach students that living things grow, need food and water as well as reproduce.

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    Students will learn about the four seasons, (winter, spring, summer and fall) while creating a cherished 12 page science mini-book! For each season, students will learn when that season begins and a fact about it.

    Example: For spring, students will learn that spring begins every year on March 19th or 20th and that spring is warm and flowers begin to grow. Whey will be coloring, as well as tracing words and pictures! (Some seasons have more than one date when it may begin, as you see in the spring example. This allows this resource to be used every year and can be a spring board to a discussion as to why this is true if appropriate.)

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    This unit is designed to help early learners learn about the sun, earth and moon through fun, engaging activities! Students will learn that the sun supplies heat and light to the earth, that the moon reflects light from the sun and rotates around the earth, that there are different phases of the moon (specifically in this unit: full, half and crescent), and more! Includes:

    – 2 posters
    – 20 student pages
    – 1 interactive model craft

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    This Great Gray Owl resource includes ten pages perfect for any student creating a report or project on this bird!   There are nine pages that can be used to record findings such as its scientific classification, range, habitat, diet and much more. The last page includes a full black and white illustration so that students can create a colorful picture of this magnificent owl.

    Students can use a variety of resources to learn about the owl or they can go to “The Great Gray Owl“.

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    Biology – Unit 7 is designed for high school students and focuses on global health, diseases, pathogens, viruses and more.

    Lesson 1: Health Issues Throughout the World
    Lesson 2: Types of Diseases
    Lesson 3: Noninfectious vs Infectious Diseases
    Lesson 4: Autoimmune Diseases and Hypersensitivity
    Lesson 5: What is a Pathogen?
    Lesson 6: Disease Control & Prevention
    Lesson 7: The Study of Viruses
    Lesson 8: The Human Immune System
    Lesson 9: Vaccination & Immunotherapy
    Lesson 10: Germ Theory

    Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.

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    Biology – Unit 6 is designed for high school students and is an in-depth study on the domains of life: Archaea, Bacteria & Eurkarya

    Lesson 1: Domains of Life
    Lesson 2: Archaea
    Lesson 3: Bacteria
    Lesson 4: Eukarya
    Lesson 5: Taxonomy
    Lesson 6: Protists
    Lesson 7: Fungi
    Lesson 8: Plantae
    Lesson 9: Animalia
    Lesson 10: Homeostasis

    Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.

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    Biology – Unit 5 will teach high school students all about the cell membrane and the transport of nutrients and waste.

    Lesson 1: Transport Across the Cell Membrane
    Lesson 2: Feedback Systems
    Lesson 3: Osmosis, Diffusion and Saturation
    Lesson 4: The Fluid Mosaic Model
    Lesson 5: Active and Passive Transport

    Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.

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    Biology, unit 4 will teach high school students about cell theory, the characteristics of living organisms and includes an in-depth study of eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells.

    Lesson 1: What are Cells?
    Lesson 2: Cell Theory
    Lesson 3: The Defining Characteristics of Living Organisms
    Lesson 4: Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells: Similarities and Differences
    Lesson 5: Structure of the Cell Nucleus
    Lesson 6: The Ribosome
    Lesson 7: The Endomembrane System
    Lesson 8: The Cytoskeleton
    Lesson 9: Mitochondria Structure
    Lesson 10: Cell Membrane
    Lesson 11: Plant Cell Structures
    Lesson 12: Chloroplast Structures

    Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.

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    Students will love this hands-on resource designed to create a fun Mink Lapbook!

    Includes Lapbooking instructions, templates to use as they record what they know or are learning about minks, (such as where they live, the types, size, predators, diet and more) and a lapbooking rubric.

    Designed to use with multiple age / grade levels.

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