5th Grade Science
Great STEM experiment for Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics: This post may contain affiliate links.It feels like a science-y kind of day today, so I want to share with you our latest experiment! This rising water science experiment is fun and oh-so easy! That’s the best kind. Check out the description at the end. This experiment would be great for explaining how storms work! …
GRAVITY COMIC- Key Concepts: gravity, magnetism, distance, mass, Earth, inquiry, activity, science, middle school, education Discover the force of gravity with the three comics included in this pack.Comic 1- Addresses the two factors that determine the strength of gravity- mass and distanceComic 2- Compares the force of gravity to magnetismComic 3- Inquiry Idea, a classroom activity where students develop their own plan to demonstrate the strength of gravity.
Average speed and acceleration word problems and graphing practice foldable worksheet. Speed, velocity, and acceleration card sort manipulative, perfect for teaching a lesson on Force and Motion! Turn science notebooks into a fun interactive activity, and hands-on learning experience for your upper elementary or middle school students! Grades 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
WEATHER reading comprehension interactive notebook activities. Includes atmosphere, air pressure/density changes, heat transfer, climate, and MORE! Each activity includes a reading passage, application activity, and writing prompt. Don't use interactive notebooks? Just have students complete it on construction paper! Written with early middle grades in mind!
Looking for a fun, engaging instructional resource for food webs? Why not give doodle notes a try? Food Webs Doodle Notes will aid in student concept retention, focus, creativity, and engagement. Students will use this graphic organizer to identify and define the parts of an ocean food web and illustrate their own food web. Students will gain experience in synthesizing information and creating their own tangible connections in their notes.
This Food Chain poster is designed to aide students in understanding that energy is transferred from one thing to another in a food chain. All energy comes from the Sun, to the producers (plants), then to different levels of consumers. Once the animals die, they are decomposed and the nutrients that are in their bodies are returned to the soil.