Rising Water Science Experiment
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
Science: Earth Cycles
We are finishing up a study of Earth Cycles this week. During this time we took a look at the Earth rotating and revolving. Here are two Mak...
5th Grade Food Chain
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.
Distance time graphs
Complete lesson on distance time graphs. Includes: > Starter on worded speed distance time questions. Solutions provided. > Whole class activity: A d...
Where do fallen leaves go?
Decomposers Activity - free hands-on science activity for 4th and 5th grade elementary kids. Part of a complete unit on Ecosystems: Ecosystems & the Food Chain. Meets Common Core and NGSS.
Weather Read and Apply BUNDLE
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!
Riding the Food Chain!
Hello Everyone! Just a quick post tonight. We are full on with open house projects. Open House is next week! So much to do! We will be working on producers and consumers this week and incorporating the concept of Food Chains into our science. Here's a quick look at what we'll be doing! (Hope we have time!) A six page mini book for kids to read and illustrate. Patterned after "There Was an Old Lady" Make a food chain pyramid Poetry! For your quick 10 page mini unit, hop on the food chain and…
Food Webs Doodle Notes | Science Doodle Notes
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.
Ecosystems Cause & Effect Critical Thinking Science Stations
Print and laminate four cause and effect cards and copy student response sheets to supplement your unit. Focus on how changes in a food chain or food web can effect an ecosystem.
Investigating Condensation and the Water Cycle
What is condensation and where does it come from? This free Condensation Investigation water cycle experiment is a great way for kids to answer those questions and learn about the water cycle!
Gravity Comics (Lesson Plan / Activities)
Key Concepts: gravity, magnetism, distance, mass, free fall, Earth, inquiry, activityDiscover the force of gravity! Gravity is a force that every single object on this planet possesses. Even the smallest objects posses some degree of gravity. In this lesson, students will explore gravity and the ...
Parts of the food chain | 5th grade Science Worksheet | GreatSchools
Which is the primary consumer? In this science worksheet, your child learns to identify the different parts in a food chain.
Calculating & Graphing Speed, Distance and Time (Google Classroom compatible)
Now you can add an interactive layer to this PDF and assign it to your students through Google Classroom!With this worksheet, students will practice graphing provided data on 3 different distance/time graphs and will then interpret the graph and calculate the average speed. Students will also answe...