This is a great resource for Earth Science when teaching the concepts of Gravity and Tides. The illustration helps students understand as they take detailed notes explaining these difficult ideas.Save $1.00 on the BUNDLE of 3 Notepages for Earth Science at:BUNDLE Earth Science Note Pages
A science experiment for your science fair! This is a complete science fair project, including printables for your Tri-Fold, photos of the apples in this science project, and possible student hypotheses. Just print and attach to a Tri-Fold. Perfect for K - 5, and for teaching the scientific method. QUESTION: Which Color Apple Will Rot Faster?
Website where you can download worksheets and quizzes. Based towards core subjects, but helps with our biology-focused content A LOT! Only con: only 5 downloads a month, and there are adds between pages as you navigate.
Air is Not Oxygen - Fun Science Activities for Middle School Looking for fun and simple science activities for your middle school students? Want to make sure your tweens/teens understand key science concepts before they enter high school? Lots of ideas for science projects!
Students will label parts of an atom, use the periodic table to gather information about atoms, and sketch Bohr diagrams. Students will also practice calculations to determine the amount of neutrons for any particular atom.
This is a science experiment that displays what water does to the shoreline of the ocean. In class, explain how the beach is made. It is made by the erosion of rock formations that are moved on shore by the waves. You can put sand in a cup and make a "land formation" and show what the waves do to it as they splash up to the beach.