Vocabulary sheets for the Year 5 science topics

Vocabulary sheets for the Year 5 science topics

Vocabulary sheets for the ks 2 Year 5 science topics. Can be displayed as a poster or photocopied for individual or group use. Includes Humans and animals, earth and space, forces and motion, living things and habitats and states of matter.
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Seasons booklet activity

Seasons booklet activity

This is a fun interactive activity. The front page allows children to add the months of the year in the correct order. They can then decorate each of the four sections f the tree to show the corresponding season. Inside the booklet is an opportunity for children to write the name of each season and there is space to allow children to draw the types of clothes they might need for each season. The booklets are designed to be printed double sided on A3 paper. Most printers allow you to reduce to A4 when if desired.
Miss_Jackson
Investigating Rivers

Investigating Rivers

This set of resources is designed for teaching the KS2 Geography unit ‘Investigating Rivers’. The planning, presentations and activities are also available individually on the TES. If you like this resource, please review it. If you have any suggestions or feedback, contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk. I am also looking for teachers to test new resources. Get in touch if you would like to help!
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Thinking about the different ways we use water

Thinking about the different ways we use water

This resource is aimed at upper KS2 or lower KS3 and is part of a wider Rivers unit (see ‘Rivers - medium term plan’). The presentation asks children to think about all the different ways we use water and where we get it from. Are these uses necessary (needs) or luxury (wants)? Children then categorise these uses as commercial/industrial, agricultural, recreational or community. Lastly, they are asked to consider how we can balance human water requirements with those of Earth’s wildlife. In the activity children sort photos of different water uses into six different categories. The extension then challenges them to classify each water use as either necessary or luxury and explain their reasoning. If you like this resource, please review it. I will happily send you a free resource of your choice in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact me at eddiebray@yahoo.co.uk
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Physics Science Experiment STEM projects MEGA pack #4 - 50 Holiday STEM Labs

Physics Science Experiment STEM projects MEGA pack #4 - 50 Holiday STEM Labs

BRAND NEW! PREVIEW AVAILABLE! The 50 STEM Labs Series is all about increasing the level of fun while teaching engineering. In this latest volume, the 50 STEM Labs are all based around holiday and season themes. Add a bit of holiday cheer to your STEM lessons and STEAM activities for holidays and occasions like: *April Fool’s Day *Arbor Day *Children’s Day *Christmas *Cinco de Mayo *Columbus Day *Earth Day *Easter *Father’s Day *Flag Day *Groundhog Day *Halloween *Hanukkah *Independence Day *Labor Day *Lunar New Year *MLK Day *Mother’s Day *Memorial Day *New Year’s *President’s Day *Read Across America Day *St. Patrick’s Day *Thanksgiving *Valentine’s Day *Veteran’s Day
rupert_boyne
Primary Science KWL Assessment Grids

Primary Science KWL Assessment Grids

KWL assessment grids for the Primary Science National Curriculum. To be used at the beginning and end of a topic. It is recommended to use the working scientifically KWL assessment grid at the beginning of the students book as this skill will be constantly assessed throughout the year. These documents can be used multiple times throughout the student’s school life and can be a great asset in highlighting progression throughout years.
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Recording Today's Weather Graphic Organizer Template

Recording Today's Weather Graphic Organizer Template

Check out this simple and organized way for students to apply their skills for identifying the weather. This template prompts for the date, the temperature, observations of clouds and rains, and drawing to represent what they see and filling in a thermometer which has both Celsius and Fahrenheit. This fun and engaging activity is a great way for students to solidify their learning in an interactive way! Be sure to check out some of our other weather-based activities as well!
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Weekly & Monthly Weather Recording Graph

Weekly & Monthly Weather Recording Graph

Check out this fun and engaging template for students to track weather patterns. Broken into 5 categories including sunny and clear, cloudy, rainy, windy, and snowy, students will fill in a box above each category based on that day’s observed weather. Two templates are included in this product including a weekly tracking form and a larger monthly format, to fit your needs. Students will develop weather skills, observation and inquiry skills while also improving their bar graph knowledge!
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Weather Science Unit

Weather Science Unit

Looking for fun and engaging Weather activities? This All About Weather resource has everything you need for an interactive science unit in your classroom. It includes posters, word cards, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book guide, weather activities, workbook, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 5 pdf files: All About Weather Booklet, Posters and Word cards, Fun Weather Workbook, Lap book Guide and Writing Activities Booklet. All About Weather Booklet ☼ What is weather? ☼ What are the different types of weather? ☼ Why is weather important? ☼ What causes weather? ☼ What makes the weather change? ☼ What is a weather station? ☼ What are the instruments that record changes in weather? ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Activities ☼ Cloud in a Bottle ☼ Fun with Clouds ☼ Weather News Report ☼ Making a Wind Vane ☼ Make an Anemometer ☼ Make a Rain Gauge ☼ Air Temperature Log ☼ My Weather Forecast Fun Weather Workbook ☼ Crossword Puzzle ☼ Word Search ☼ Types of Weather ☼ Color by Number ☼ Types of Clouds ☼ Fact or Opinion ☼ Reading Comprehension ☼ Reading an Air Thermometer ☼ Reading a Temperature Graph ☼ Reading a Rain Gauge ☼ Reading a Rainfall Graph ☼ Reading a Daily Weather Forecast ☼ Reading a Weekly Weather Forecast ☼ Answer Key ☼ Certificate of Achievement Posters and Word Cards ☼ 30 Posters ☼ 30 Word Cards See sample word cards here. Weather Lapbook Guide Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Types of Weather ☼ Note-taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Further Research ☼ Expository Writing ☼ Story Writing Looking for Other Nonfiction Units? Check out the following resources: Science Units Solar System Matter Energy Weather
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Heat and Light,Environment  worksheet pack

Heat and Light,Environment worksheet pack

This pack of three worksheets focuses on Heat and Light,Environment , perfect for GCSE students or could be used with able KS3 pupils. The pack includes: Worksheet 1: include heat and light sources Worksheet 2: allow students to describe pictures. Worksheet 3: : allow students Give title and colour the picture. .
mohammadhamid722
Weather Instruments - Display Posters, Informational Text, Worksheets, Cut/Paste, Display Letterings

Weather Instruments - Display Posters, Informational Text, Worksheets, Cut/Paste, Display Letterings

Teacher’s notes/guide (2 pages) A great addition to your weather unit activities. The product contains: • Letterings that spell ‘WEATHER INSTRUMENTS’ • 17 Posters with photos and description for wall display • 9 Factsheet Posters with clipart weather instruments • 9 Worksheets • 9 Blank writing slips for students to complete • 9 cut and glue match up weather activity LO: To learn weather instruments and what they are used for. Includes lesson starter. Letterings that spell ‘WEATHER INSTRUMENTS’ Seasonal lettering designs and plain white lettering that spell out weather instruments in upper case. Just print, laminate and cut around letters and attach to your wall display. 17 posters for display show photographs of each instrument and some facts. The posters are also on PowerPoint so that you can read them through with your class. Weather instruments: Anemometer Atmometer Barometer Wind vane Wind sock Hygrometer Thermometer Sling psychrometer Weather balloon Weather satellite Rain gauge Snow gauge Pilot Balloon Weather map Weather radar Stevenson screen These factsheet posters will help students complete their independent activities. 9 Factsheets clipart weather instruments These can be used as flashcards and/or you can also put a selection on students’ desks to complete their independent activities. <strong>The main weather instruments are: Anemometer, Barometer, Wind vane, Wind sock, Hygrometer, Thermometer, Weather balloon, Weather satellite and Rain gauge.</strong> Independent work 9 Worksheets: The more able students can complete the whole page worksheets. They write one or more facts about the instrument shown. Their writing should contain a lot more detail which they can obtain from the factsheets. Activity 1 - Cut out lined strips with picture of weather instrument: For students who can write one or two sentences about the weather instrument. Write the instrument and a sentence about it. Activity 2 – Read and match, cut and glue activity: Each strip of paper has a picture of a weather instrument and on a separate bit of paper is a description of an instrument. Students read the description of an instrument and then glue it to the correct picture on the strip of paper. Please see Preview Pane. Thank you for visiting my shop:-)
Ro_Milli0110
The Water Cycle: Worksheets and Cut and Paste Activities and Jigsaw Puzzles (Colour/b&w)

The Water Cycle: Worksheets and Cut and Paste Activities and Jigsaw Puzzles (Colour/b&w)

This resource comprises 5 worksheets on the water cycle and a missing jigsaw activity. The worksheets are also on PowerPoint and PDF format. These are additional worksheets you can give out during the lesson, use as assessment on the water cycle or as homework.  Two worksheets require students to write about the water cycle in their own words.  Three worksheets entail cut and paste activities. The simpler activities are cutting out the word strips and glue them onto the correct blank space to show the water cycle process.  The other cut and paste activity requires students to write the title in their workbooks or on a separate sheet of paper. Then they write about each word, cut out the strip and glue it into their workbooks. Some students may only be able to complete 4 strips. Let them choose a word to write about. Once the students have written something about each word, they can draw a picture for each strip.  There is a jigsaw puzzle to complete. It has 4 pieces missing with which students complete the puzzle picture of the water cycle. When this is completed, student cut out and stick the labels into the correct spaces on the completed puzzle. A finished puzzle is included to how the puzzle should look. NB: The picture was drawn on the computer and coloured in by hand.  Missing Jigsaw Puzzle pieces (b/w) – Print off the page with just one puzzle piece in place. Students complete the whole puzzle by cutting out the rest of the puzzles (8 pieces) and sticking them in place to complete the water cycle picture. Then as above, cut out the words and glue beneath the correct picture, e.g. precipitation would go beneath the rain cloud. Students can then colour in. Hope you enjoy using these resources.
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Water Cycle, Clouds, Weather: PowerPoint Presentations, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Activities Bundle

Water Cycle, Clouds, Weather: PowerPoint Presentations, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Activities Bundle

<strong>This Weather Bundle contains:</strong> Presentations for teaching Flexible Lesson Plans Matching Activities Cut and Paste Tasks Reading Comprehensions Worksheets Flash cards for water cycle/clouds Weather Instruments Fun stuff Students will learn about the water cycle and types of clouds and types of precipitation, i.e. why some clouds produce rain, snow, sleet and hail. Lots of resources are to hand. Some preparation is required such as printing and laminating small photos of clouds for matching activities. Please see individual description for each product. Thank you for stopping by my shop:-)
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Reading Comprehension Non Fiction Worksheets-Snow, Sleet and Hail, Gap-filling (Cloze activities)

Reading Comprehension Non Fiction Worksheets-Snow, Sleet and Hail, Gap-filling (Cloze activities)

A lovely addition to work on weather and seasons. The worksheets contain facts about snow, sleet and hail which the children will enjoy reading about. All the worksheets are on PPT and pdf. So you can pre-teach any vocabulary. In the gap-filling tasks, students work in pairs and have to work together to complete their respective worksheets. <strong>This resource comprises:</strong> • two non-fiction reading comprehensions plus questions. • two gap-filling exercises – Pair work collaboration is required. <strong>How we get snow and sleet - Reading comprehension</strong> Students read the text and answer 5 questions. They look for the answers in the text, tick correct statements and write full answers. Gap-filling activity – Students work in pairs to complete the missing information in Worksheet A and Worksheet B. Partner A will have worksheet A and Partner B will have worksheet B. In order to complete their worksheets, the students will have to read together to fill in the missing words on their respective worksheets. <strong>How we get hail - Reading comprehension</Strong> Students read the text and answer 5 questions. Students are required to look for the answers in the text, tick true or false statements and say why, write full answers and make a list. Gap-filling activity – Students work in pairs to complete the missing information in Worksheet A and Worksheet B. As above, Partner A will have worksheet A and Partner B will have worksheet B. In order to complete their worksheets, the students will have to read together to fill in the missing words on their respective worksheets. Thank you for your interest in this product.
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Clouds:  Additional Worksheets - Comparing and Describing and What Am I? Worksheets

Clouds: Additional Worksheets - Comparing and Describing and What Am I? Worksheets

This product contains additional worksheets for the unit on weather and seasons. It entails reading, writing and sketching. <strong>Content:</strong> Worksheet – Describing Clouds Worksheet – What Am I? Additional worksheets for the weather and seasons unit. <strong>Describing Clouds (1 page)</strong> Student describe pairs of clouds to show how they are different from each other, and then draw/sketch a picture. They can sketch from memory or look up images of these clouds in non-fiction books or on the computer. For example, on the worksheet, students will see that the ‘Cirrus and Nimbostratus’ clouds are sub-headings; the ‘Cumulus and Cumulonimbus’ are sub-headings and the ‘Cirrocumulus and Altocumulus’ are sub-headings. Once the worksheet is completed, students can see the difference between the sets of clouds. <strong>What Am I? Worksheets (2 pages) + Answer Sheets</strong> There are 5 clouds containing descriptions. Students read the description in each cloud and write the name of the cloud that is described and then draw a picture of it. An Answer Sheet is provided with these worksheets. Download: 6 pages - right click on zip file and then open the folder. Thank you for visiting my store.
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Clouds: Cloud Matching Activities, Cloud Photos, Labels, Cloud Description Task Cards with Answers

Clouds: Cloud Matching Activities, Cloud Photos, Labels, Cloud Description Task Cards with Answers

This is a cloud matching activity resource. A useful additional to your weather unit on types of clouds. <strong>Content:</strong> 2 Sets of Photographs of Different Types of Clouds (Total of 20 photos) 10 Cloud Name Labels to match to photographs 2 Sets of Photographs with Answers 10 Cloud Description Task Cards 10 Cloud Description Task Cards with Answers The clouds are: cirrus cirrostratus cirrocumulus altocumulus altostratus stratus stratocumulus nimbostratus cumulonimbus cumulus 4 photos to one page. Print all photos onto card paper, laminate and cut out. Print Cloud Card labels, laminate and cut out Children match the blank photos with the correct cloud labels. Reveal answers: Show the photographs with the name of the cloud already labelled. <strong>Description Task Cards – Answers Included</strong> You or the students can cut out these task cards and glue into workbooks. Students read the description of the cloud and write the name of the cloud in the space provided. Please see Preview Pane for sample of resources. Total download: 22 pages Thank you for your interest.
Ro_Milli0110
Clouds: Types of Clouds, PowerPoint Presentation, Lesson Plan, Worksheet, Word Searches, Cloud Wheel

Clouds: Types of Clouds, PowerPoint Presentation, Lesson Plan, Worksheet, Word Searches, Cloud Wheel

This product is on the topic of types of clouds. <strong>The product contains:</strong> • Lesson Plan – 1 hour session • PowerPoint Presentation (1) – 30 Slides • PowerPoint Presentation (2) – 6 Slides • Optional Video link to The Science of Clouds (5:42 mins) • Cloud Wheel Templates • Worksheet - Latin Cloud Names/Various mini exercises • Word Searches (x2) with Solutions • 24 Flashcards (x2) Colour/b/w The Lesson Plan includes learning objectives and outcomes and PowerPoint Slides numbers are referred to. The lesson starts off briefly reviewing the water cycle and then leads onto types of clouds and the sort of weather we may experience. The PowerPoint Presentation explains how the clouds are formed, their features and there are photographs/pictures of the common type of clouds children may recognize in the sky. They even learn about how snow is formed and then falls as either snowflakes or sleet. The Presentation includes a video link relating to clouds which children will enjoy watching. (5:42 mins long). Presentation 2 - Provides helpful information for children to review water cycle vocabulary, meaning of cloud names and explains that cloud coverage is measured in oktas. <strong>Differentiated Cloud Wheel Template</strong>: Children make a Cloud Wheel to be used in the last part of the lesson. There is an example of a Cloud Wheel I made to show the children. If some children are having problems sketching/drawing clouds - you can display Slide 36 or 37. There are two word searches for early finishers and a worksheet. <strong>The worksheet contains 3 mini tasks.</strong> Draw a line to match the Latin name to the English meaning. Unscramble the name of the clouds and write them out. Search for the 5 words in the mini word search. <strong>24 Flashcards relating to clouds the weather in general:</strong> cloud, fog, mist, cirrus, cirrostratus, cirrocumulus, nimbus, nimbostratus, cumulonimbus, stratus, stratocumulus, cumulus, precipitation, altocumulus, altostratus, temperature, water droplets, ice crystals, rain, snow, hail, sleet, sunny, overcast. I hope you enjoy using this resource. Please see Preview Pane. Thank you for visiting my store:-)
Ro_Milli0110
Water Cycle - PowerPoint Presentation, Lesson Plan, Worksheets,  Cut & Paste Activities, Flashcards

Water Cycle - PowerPoint Presentation, Lesson Plan, Worksheets, Cut & Paste Activities, Flashcards

This product relates to the water cycle topic. <strong>It contains:</strong> • Lesson Plan – 1 hour session • PowerPoint Presentation (1) – 25 Slides • PowerPoint Presentation (2) – 2 Slides - Meaning of appropriate vocabulary • Optional Video link on The Water Cycle (1:47 mins) • Worksheets • Differentiated Cut and Paste Activities • Word Search with Solution • Flashcards (2 sets- colour and b/w) - 35 words in each set The Lesson Plan includes learning objectives and outcomes and refers to slides in the PowerPoint Presentation. The Lesson Plan is editable and flexible as is the Presentation. The Presentation contains optional video links to the water cycle and how snow is formed. I have included a short preview of the resources together with worksheets and cut/paste activities. The cut and paste activities are differentiated - children cut out the water cycle circles and glue them in the correct order using the arrows. Children needing support: Order 5 water cycle circles with arrows. Middle ability: Order 6/7 water cycle circles with arrows. High ability: Can complete each of the blank circles to create a water cycle with arrows. <strong>Additional worksheets:</strong> Draw a water cycle diagram and explain in words The Water Cycle Quick Quiz - 7 questions for children to answer on the topic What Have I Learnt worksheet: Children write down 3 things they have learnt and shade in what of the emoji faces to describe how the lesson went for them by finishing one of the sentences. Complete the Word Search. Extension: Write a sentence with each word relating to the water cycle. The whole product is contained in a folder in a zip file. Flashcard words condensation evaporation transpiration meteorologist weather atmosphere cloud rain snow sleet hail water cycle run-off vapour steam droplets ice crystals precipitation wind sun absorb earth air heat frozen cold temperature dew point gas liquid solid warm moist snowflakes particles Thank you for visiting my shop.
Ro_Milli0110
Treasure Hunt - Pirates and space themed plenary for all subjects

Treasure Hunt - Pirates and space themed plenary for all subjects

A lovely plenary game for your class at the end of the class. Split the group into 3 / 4 teams. Give each group a white board. Give the class a sentence (or word) to translate. The first group to show their completed sentence can pick a number on the board. Behind the numbers there might be treasure ! A coin = 1 point. A treasure chest = 3 points.
leszekekert
Clouds

Clouds

Montessori booklet, 3-part cards and activity; cloud classification Print 2 parts separately - the first part needs to be printed in booklet form (2 pages/sheet) while the cards should be printed on card stock.
madmaeb
Outdoor Learning - Observation Alphabet

Outdoor Learning - Observation Alphabet

Experience the wonders of the Great Outdoors with this simple Observation Alphabet resource. For use in the outdoors and also back in the classroom. This resource is suitable for both KS1 and KS2 levels. It can be used as a stand-alone resource within a Forest Schools or Outdoor Learning context and can also support extended Literacy-based activities. The resources develops great self-awareness and further interest about the wider world around us. It also helps to develop simple Literacy skills through descriptive sentence work and poetry. More information can be found on my website www.garethmate.com
gm8ty30
Atlantic Currents Nomenclature Cards

Atlantic Currents Nomenclature Cards

These nomenclature cards show the biggest ocean surface currents in the Atlantic. An ideal addition to your geography studies, or even a unit on Columbus. There are five ways to use this resource on different difficulty levels. Working with them helps develop left-to-right awareness, word recognition and vocabulary. The original artwork is high quality and makes this resource one-of-a-kind.
lcallard21
Water Cycle Investigation

Water Cycle Investigation

Students observe a closed system using a bowl containing some water that is sealed with plastic wrap. They explain their observations and relate their explanations of the water cycle.
TheTeachersFriend
Summer poetry unit and comprehensions - year 2

Summer poetry unit and comprehensions - year 2

A pack containing a summer poetry unit and two accompanying comprehensions to use with year 2 during the summer term. Included are: A five day summer poetry unit with a detailed plan for each day and accompanying resources. A comprehension on the ‘beach’ poem from the 5 day unit, differentiated 3 ways. A comprehension on the ‘water’ poem from the 5 day unit, differentiated 3 ways. A perfect way to bring summer into your classroom this term! PDF file format and Microsoft PowerPoint format.
blossomingminds
KS1 Summer Poetry Unit

KS1 Summer Poetry Unit

An enjoyable five day poetry unit to use with KS1 during the summer term. During the unit, children have the opportunity to read, study and learn two poems; one about water and one about the beach. They take a seasonal walk on day 3, in which they gather vocabulary, before spending two days writing their own poetry. All activities are engaging and interactive and allow children to work as a whole class, in groups, pairs and individually. As well as gaining experience of poetry, they also spend time learning about verbs. Everything you need to teach the unit is included in the price. You will find: A detailed plan for each day, including a starter, an introduction, a main activity and a plenary, Curriculum objectives covered for year 1 and 2, A list of resources needed, A simple PowerPoint containing 2 poems and pictures for the activities, Poems to learn by heart, Writing templates. All resources are in PDF file format or Microsoft PowerPoint format.
blossomingminds
WATER, ISLANDS, MOUNTAINS AND VOLCANOES

WATER, ISLANDS, MOUNTAINS AND VOLCANOES

These resources include a variety of activities for students to develop their English skills, including punctuation and grammar, fiction and non-fiction writing. They were designed for individual students who are reluctant writers and readers who have enjoyed finding out about the features and completing the activities. each bundle includes six activities and can be used for independent learning as well as group learning during guided reading/writing lessons.
jorgill
WATER

WATER

The resource includes 6 activities and key information for students to work independently and develop their English skills. Activities include a task on the water cycle, persuasive writing, story-writing, poetry and description. The activities are useful to use for independent group learning as well as for independent learning.
jorgill
The Hibernation Game ( Set 1:Bears)

The Hibernation Game ( Set 1:Bears)

This game is targeted towards young learners. Purpose: It focuses on hibernation and has illustrations of 3 specific bear types that hibernate. Each bear type has four in a set. Suggestion: Allow students to colour the cards before laminating. Hide cards around the classroom and ask students to find them. Once found they have to give a fact on hibernation or identify an animal that hibernates.
roxaneleescott
Season Scavenger Hunt

Season Scavenger Hunt

Season Scavenger Hunt This scavenger hunt introduces to students an information and fun facts about the Seasons and reasons for its change. There are 24 scavenger hunt cards with colorful pictures. It’s a great tool for students to review vocabulary on season. How to Use: Print the given all 24 cards on a card stock or any other good paper and cut them along the black line. Get the print of Seasons Scavenger Hunt questions pages and each student should be given this copy. Place Seasons Scavenger Hunt cards around the classroom. For example you can place it on chair, on table, on benches, behind the classroom doors, besides the computer or wherever you like. Students have to search the cards in a classroom in order to find out the answers of the questions. Students can complete this exercise in a group with classmate or alone. You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivities, special education, interactive activities, and more!
ilaxippatel
General Science Word Search Puzzle PLUS Science Facts for Kids (Both Items)

General Science Word Search Puzzle PLUS Science Facts for Kids (Both Items)

GENERAL SCIENCE WORD SEARCH PUZZLE PLUS SCIENCE FACTS FOR KIDS (BOTH ITEMS) GENERAL SCIENCE WORD SEARCH PUZZLE: 33 words to find in this HUGE word search puzzle all dealing with Science. Students LOVE these word searches and know how to use them. You do too. A GREAT FILLER ACTIVITY with learning involved. These science terms are sure to lead to discussions. Decorated with different science images. SCIENCE FACTS FOR KIDS: You receive 40, yes 40 general science questions covering a wide range of topics all dealing with different areas of science. Do your students know their general science? These 3 worksheets will help. Students are asked to answer all 40 questions and THEN discuss their answers with their teacher and class. They will know some of these and learn from the rest. THREE FULL WORKSHEETS all on basic science facts. Your download of 4 pages includes answers. Decorated for fun. Designed and created by David Filipek. Copyright© 2018 David Filipek All rights reserved by author. Permission for downloads to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display.
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3D sheep art activity Spring

3D sheep art activity Spring

This activity, to make a standing sheep, was originally devised for a Reception class as part of a Spring based learning theme, but can be adapted to suit a wider age and ability range. Some ideas for this are contained within the resource. The resource contains instructions and a materials list for the activity and a photocopy template to construct the 3D standing sheep. The activity involves gluing, folding, drawing and construction skills. Scissor skills could also be used. It also involves visualizing how a 2D shape can become a 3D form.
TheArtTA
Summer Practice Packet: 2nd Grade

Summer Practice Packet: 2nd Grade

This packet includes Printables to help prevent Summer Slide in your graduating second graders. Topics include addition, subtraction, poetry, body systems, and more. With a wide range of topics, this packet will be sure to keep students engaged all summer long. A printable activity tracker is also included in the packet for students to keep track of how many activities they’ve completed! Create your FREE ABCmouse for Teachers account to access these and thousands more printable and digital resources for preschool through 2nd grade. Visit www.ABCmouse.com/Teachers to sign up. Plus, if you invite families to create FREE classroom-linked accounts, you’ll be able to assign digital Learning Activities that your students can access at home all summer long.
ABCmouseforTeachers
Bug Hotel Power point and Letter Home

Bug Hotel Power point and Letter Home

Such a fun lesson! As art of teaching microhabitats my class and I created one large bug hotel in our garden area, it could also be done in any forest area nearby, but the closer the better as you can visit and investigate the bugs and which environment they’re most drawn too. Included is a brief powerpoint encouraging the children with ideas of what it may look like and natural environments for different types of insects. I would send the parental letter out a week or two before so they can help out with the items needed. Enjoy!
frazert2
ArcticLive: science from the Arctic

ArcticLive: science from the Arctic

ArcticLive - Connect to the latest science from the frozen north XL Catlin Arctic Live, 1-10 May 2018 Come and join XL Catlin Arctic Live, a unique education event connecting classes globally to the UK Arctic Research Station on Svalbard. By signing up to the free live broadcasts, schools will have first-hand access to an extreme environment in the northernmost research community in the world. From the comfort of their classrooms, students can interact live with polar educators and the British science expedition team working on ocean plastics and ocean acidification in the Arctic. When and where: 1-10 May 2018 at the UK Arctic Research Station funded by NERC and managed by the British Antarctic Survey. Live sessions: Teachers can sign up to any of the 30 YouTube live broadcasts (age differentiated) streaming over five days, including: live science investigations interviews with marine scientists ‘Ask-Me-Anything’ with a polar educator Registration: It is free for teachers globally. Select the preferred session(s) by signing up at XL Catlin Arctic Live 2018. Teacher Guidance: The Arctic Live 2018 teacher guidance (PDF) provides instructions to connect, lesson ideas and links to engaging education resources. Join the conversation using #ArcticLive.
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