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Cloud Freebie!Thanks for checking out this freebie! I love teaching my students about clouds every year. Theyve all had the experience of finding different cloud shapes in the sky, and are fascinated to learn about different types of clouds and the weather they predict.Like what you see?

All you ever wanted to know about Coral Reefs. First of all, they've been around for over 50 million years.

I am so impressed by this app! I teach 7th grade life science. My students are fascinated by this app. The details are great. I love that there aren't directions. They just have to explore and interact. They've learned so much from it. I also have a 6 and 9 year old and they are enjoying the app. It's great that the 6 year old doesn't have to read

8 Tools to Create How-To Videos for Students

Students can demonstrate what they've learned and share their knowledge with others and create how-to videos in any subject area!

Help students learn and remember the lab equipment commonly used in a science classroom using this diagram crossword. BONUS ACTIVITY: When they've completed the crossword, get them to cut out the diagram, glue it on a separate page and label the equipment. This activity would work well within an interactive notebook as well. It can function as an assessment of learning, or it can serve as another reinforcement activity. Afterwards, they have a handy labeled diagram to help them review.

23 Things You Probably Didn't Know About The Plant Kingdom

“Fruit” is a botanical term and “vegetable” is a culinary term, so certain vegetation such as tomatoes, green beans, eggplants, and cucumbers could be called either fruits or vegetables. | 23 Things You Probably Didn't Know About The Plant Kingdom