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This No-prep Digestive system doodle and graphic organizer with reading passages is not editable and is available in PDF and Google SlidesTM formats. Just print (A4 size paper) these science doodles for use in physical classrooms or have an engaging session in your virtual / online / Google ClassroomTM using Google SlidesTM format! Answer key / sample solved digestive system doodle is available with this resource.

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The goal of this webquest lesson is to build your students' research skills and their ability to find reliable resources when asked to research a topic. This is an internet scavenger hunt. Students answer the questions by using a search engine to locate the requested information. There are a varie...


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Teaching about Weather? Use these weather crafts ideas for hands-on learning. Smiling sunny faces, dark rain clouds, gorgeous rainbows, and even some snow! #teachingsecondgrade #weathercrafts #learningweather #weather #craftsforkids | Second Grade Activities | Weather Crafts for Kids | Easy Crafts for kids | Learning about Weather | Teaching about the Weather |

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Exactly why a puffin has a beak that glows is a bit of a mystery. But many marine animals such as corals, sea turtles, fish, seahorses and sharks emit a luminous glow under the water. If you shine blue light on them they glow.
Are you looking for an exciting way to celebrate Groundhogs? Here is a project based learning unit that focuses on the life cycle but it also extends the understanding of the different stages. Using a biomimicry lens is a wonderful way to show students how careful observations of groundhogs can be not only exciting but also lead to important and useful insights.

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The Speed of Falling Bodies - Stuffing and Cranberry Drop - is an NGSS PS 2 Motion and Stability Forces and Interactions engaging, turnkey lesson and science experiment with explicit teaching direction, student lab report sheets and follow-up activities.Students love learning as they drop the sauce ...


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