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"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world" - Nelson Mandela
Plant and Animal Adaptations Research Project
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Plant and Animal Adaptations Research Project

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Check out this awesome, and easily integrated mini research assignment to help students develop their knowledge of plant and animal adaptations (I've also used it with insects as students choose). You can either assign a variety of organisms for students to research, or allow them to use a site like kidrex.org to find their own examples and approve it before they complete their worksheet. Students are to use their textbook, articles, and most importantly the internet to fill in a variety of questions about their specific organism. Vocabulary included here are things such as region, predators, habitat, adaptations and more. Students will love the autonomy and freedom to control their own learning and explore specific animals and plants that interest them and will explore the adaptations that help them survive and reproduce. For an added element, I have the students present their worksheet to the class so the class can preview a variety of other organisms as well! The rest of the class can use the presentations as guided notes with the attached Notes Sheet (you can check out a sample of this in the preview as well).
Create an Organism Creative Project
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Create an Organism Creative Project

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Take your instruction on organisms, habitats, natural resources, food chains, and biotic and abiotic factors to the next level. This fun creative project allows students to create their own organism while being specific and detailed on the aforementioned topics. This will allow students to apply their knowledge of such vocabulary and concept in a fun and interactive way. Students will be required to draw, detail, annotate and present an invention of their widlest imagination. This project includes specific details and expectations with a rubric as well. Have fun!
Adopt A Tree Activity
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Adopt A Tree Activity

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Looking to supplement the traditional curriculum? Want to get your students excited about nature and appreciate its powerful and dynamic attributes? Well check out this fun and interactive Adopt A Tree activity which includes drawing, researching, observing, recording, documenting, writing, and monitoring! Students will follow 8 steps in which they will learn about their tree and record data related to it. It will help if you have a leaf identification chart, and students will need access to the internet or an encyclopedia to maximize the research component of the activity. Students will have their own Adoption Certificate upon completion as well!
Parts of the Skeleton Exit Ticket Assessment
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Parts of the Skeleton Exit Ticket Assessment

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This five question exit ticket assessment covers the skeleton with a variety of fill in the blank, matching, and multiple choice. the topics covered are the cranium, spine, pelvis, rib-cage and the purpose of those parts. This exit ticket is meant to be a quick assessment of student content attainment.
Label and Describe the Parts of a Plant
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Label and Describe the Parts of a Plant

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Check out this great visual of a plant for students to demonstrate their content knowledge of the parts and functions of a plant. This worksheet can easily be used for Guided Notes, Homework or quizzes. The layout is clear and concise and works well for any purpose!
Natural Disasters Guided Notes Research Template
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Natural Disasters Guided Notes Research Template

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Check out this simple and user friendly template that students can use to take notes on Natural Disasters. It is intended to guide a research project where students either seek their own knowledge on their internet or is supplemented with teacher instruction. Students will fill in a variety of natural disasters that have been pre-listed and then explain various components of them such as their description, their potential impact, their root causes and the safety measures that should be in place!
Animal Adaptations, Food Chains and Habitats Project
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Animal Adaptations, Food Chains and Habitats Project

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Check out this awesome project that will captivate and engage students will providing opportunities to apply knowledge and further develop understandings as they relate to animals. These projects has multiple components with an aligned rubric for scoring that dives into animal adaptations, how this helps them in their environement, the food chains that they are a part of and the habitat they live in. Students will do research and answer multiple questions with regards to vocabulary, and elaborating on each of the aforementioned topics. Students will have a blast, and won't even realize they are learning. This can easily be adapted to be implemented as an in-class project as a whole class, in groups, independently or as a homework assignment.
Draw and Label Tree Scene (Building Early Vocabulary)
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Draw and Label Tree Scene (Building Early Vocabulary)

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Invest students in building their vocabulary, increasing their spelling and improving their handwriting all while having fun! For this worksheet, students will draw an image on the tree and then write what it is below. The drawing will allow great student buy-in and will hook them into wanting to label it. As students develop they can describe their image with more words and/or larger words! This activity works perfectly as an introduction to a lesson, a fun homework, a quick assessment after learning new letters, or a Do Now to get students thinking! Check out my alternative Draw and Label worksheets too! W.K.2, W.1.2
4th Grade Science Pre/Post Assessment (40 Multiple Choice Questions)
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4th Grade Science Pre/Post Assessment (40 Multiple Choice Questions)

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Check out this awesome 4th Grade Science Assessment which contains 40 multiple choice questions. Infused in the questions are topics that cover environmental science, physical science, nature of science, earth science, and natural science. The questions are infused with graphs, pictures, as well as scenarios. This can be a powerful tool in assessing student needs at the beginning of the year, and then progress monitoring them with consistent benchmarks. Additionally, this would be a great assessment to use that mimics what state testing looks like as a spiral review or a formative assessment. It can also be used as a study guide or review before any other assessments you may prepare for! Included in this package is the assessment with a bubble in sheet, as well as an answer key with an answer key bubble in sheet too! Hashtag Teached Resources by is licensed under a .
Differentiated Scientific Method Template (Version 2)
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Differentiated Scientific Method Template (Version 2)

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Facilitate your science labs and expand your students' understanding of the scientific process and method by using this simple and student-friendly template. The template includes Purpose, Hypothesis, Experiment, Observation, Analysis, and Conclusion. It is presented in three different formats for differentiation - one has lines, one has bullet points, and the last has open spaces. Check out my two other versions of the Scientific Method by CLICKING HERE for Version 1 or by CLICKING HERE for Version 3. Each version simply presents the content in a different format to meet the needs of your specific students.
Differentiated Scientific Method Template (Version 3)
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Differentiated Scientific Method Template (Version 3)

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Facilitate your science labs and expand your students' understanding of the scientific process and method by using this simple and student-friendly template. The template includes Purpose, Hypothesis, Experiment, Observation, Analysis, and Conclusion. It is presented in three different formats for differentiation - one has lines, one has bullet points, and the last has open spaces. Check out my two other versions of the Scientific Method by CLICKING HERE for Version 1 or by CLICKING HERE for Version 2. Each version simply presents the content in a different format to meet the needs of your specific students.
Differentiated Scientific Method Template (Version 1)
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Differentiated Scientific Method Template (Version 1)

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Facilitate your science labs and expand your students' understanding of the scientific process and method by using this simple and student-friendly template. The template includes Purpose, Hypothesis, Experiment, Observation, Analysis, and Conclusion. It is presented in two different formats for differentiation - one has lines and one has bullet points. Check out my two other versions of the Scientific Method by CLICKING HERE for Version 2 or by CLICKING HERE for Version 3. Each version simply presents the content in a different format to meet the needs of your specific students.
Water Cycle Worksheet Activity
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Water Cycle Worksheet Activity

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Check out this all-in-one water cycle worksheet. It starts off with provided definitions of evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and transpiration. Students are to then draw a representation with labels using these words. After students are done, there are 8 questions which include 2 higher order thinking (HOT) questions!
My Pet Rock Activity Template (Everybody needs a rock)
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My Pet Rock Activity Template (Everybody needs a rock)

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Check out this fun and interactive supplement to Everybody Needs a Rock. I you don't have the text, this is still a great way for students to become aware of their rocks and minerals around them, and more cognizant of their Earth. Students will draw a picture of their rock (hopefully one they found outside) and will answer some questions below. This engaging activity will be the hit of the week!