Energy Acronym (MELTS) Anchor Chart for 4th grade science (picture only)

Energy Acronym (MELTS) Anchor Chart for grade science This is a anchor chart I created for my grade science lesson over energy. It includes the acronym MELTS to help the students remember the 5 different types of energy.

It can be a challenge to come up with lots of hands-on experiments and activities to teach science, especially with everything elementary teachers are responsible for planning! With this science bundle, you not only get EVERY lesson and activity needed to teach 4th grade science for an ENTIRE YEAR but you also get 1 unit for FREE! This 453 page ‘4th Grade Science Bundle’ includes 46 lessons on the solar system, electricity and magnetism, plants, ecosystems and habitats, weather, and force!

4th Grade Science Bundle- ENTIRE YEAR

It can be a challenge to come up with lots of hands-on experiments and activities to teach science, especially with everything elementary teachers are responsible for planning! With this science bundle, you not only get EVERY lesson and activity needed to

4th grade science activity using Oreos to create the phases of the moon.

grade science activity using Oreos to create the phases of the moon. This would go nicely with an interactive moon phases website I found!

Phases of the moon anchor chart 4th grade

Phases of the moon anchor chart grade -- Earth & Space Science- learn the phases of the moon and take your stargazing to the next level!

Great foldable for visual learners. Students will identify the 6 steps of the rock cycle. Perfect for students from grades 4-6. Whole group, small groups or individual instruction.

Rock cycle-Interactive Science Notebook foldables

Great foldable for visual learners foldable. Students will identify the 6 steps of the rock cycle. Perfect for students from grade to grade. Whole group, small groups or individual instruction.

Rocks and Minerals Lap book and Lab Report unit great for 2nd grad, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade.  Science unit.  Scissors and Crayons

Rocks and Minerals Lapbook and Lab Report

Made & used this anchor chart for my lesson on Physical Properties of Matter today in 4th grade!

Compare materials and objects according to properties such as size, shape, color, texture, and hardness Made & used this anchor chart for my lesson on Physical Properties of Matter today in grade!

Animal Report • Third Grade • Informational Writing • Lapbook

Animal Reports - A Lapbook for Animal Research & Informational Writing

While studying ecosystems in science, I had my 4th grade students make "trioramas" of 4 different habitats. Complete with living & non-living elements.

While studying ecosystems and regional characteristics in science and social studies, students could make these little trioramas as examples - complete with living & non-living elements.

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