This worksheet is 19 questions and can easily be used for any type of assessment. The worksheet is broken down into three sections that each have a word bank that cover topics such as kinetic vs potential energy, radiant, mechanical, thermal energy as well as energy sources such as geothermal, hydroelectric, wind and more.
This ten question quiz has a variety of multiple choice, fill in the blank and short answer. The quiz covers questions about solids, liquids, gases, mass, volume, five sense, matter and more.
Check out my States of Matter Test Assessment and my Introduction to States of Matter Exit Ticket.
This ten question quiz requires students to match the correct type of rock (sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic) with the correct description. There is an added bonus if students can identify one example of each type of rock.
This 12 question quiz or test has a variety of true false, multiple choice and short answer questions. It covers topics about how sound travels, frequency, vibrations, waves, pitch and more. This assessment goes well with my other Sound Exit Tickets, and Guided Notes.
Check out my Sounds Guided Notes.
Check out this awesome science lab that students can complete independently, in small groups, at a center, or as a whole group. Students will have a worksheet to facilitate their success and reflection aligned to the instructions on the task card.
Students will need two large balloons, string, and a yard stick or some other stick to hang the balloons from. They will also need some materials that they can test for static electricity such as wool, acrylic material or fur. Students will love to explore on their own and get their hands on this inquiry based learning project!
Check out this awesome exploratory task card where students will learn about polarity and closed circuits. Students will be required to identify the locations of a battery and bulb that are contact parts and then will explore how to create a circuit that lights the bulb.
A guided worksheet with directions will allow students to complete this activity independently, in small groups, at a center or as a whole class. You will need a D battery, wiring and a bulb for this activity.
Check out this awesome science lab that can be used for independent practice, small group, centers, or whole group instruction. Students will love to learn about static electricity through this exploratory hands on learning experience. The included worksheet will facilitate learning and guide reflection as the task card gives step by step instructions. You will need salt and balloons to complete this activity.
This very visual worksheet can be used for a variety of applications. The top portion has students label the planets and the bottom section has them then describe those planets. This can easily be used for guided notes, homework, independent work, quiz, test, or any other purpose you find necessary!
Be sure to check out my Introduction to Planets Exit Ticket Assessment and you can also find my Interactive Space Hierarchy activity too!
This is an extremely easily reproducible lab. Find a variety of items and objects to present to a group of students. Allow them to examine them and describe the physical properties they can identify. With that, then have the students create three categories to classify their items into. The students can then be challenged to create three new groups. This lab challenges students to group items and think about how scientists use properties to classify things.
This is an awesome exploratory learning project for students to learn about and experience color! Students will color two wheels, each with one slice colored in for each color of the rainbow. THIS WILL REQUIRE SOME SORT OF STRING. Thread the string through the two holes as sampled in the ANSWER KEY. Students will then hold each end of the string, and wind up the wheel in the center. When they release the winding, the wheel should spin like a top. Students will then take notes and answer the accompanying questions to describe what they are experiencing. This project will let students explore rainbows, white light, components of light and more!
This assessment can be used as a quiz, test, or study guide. It covers parts of an atom including nucleus, protons, electrons, neutrons and more; it also covers topics about physical and chemical changes. There is a variety of matching, multiple choice and draw and labeling.
This simple five question exit ticket assessment covers the basic info of planets such as the gas giants, terrestrial planets, the first planet to the sun, the last planet to the sun and more. Questions are presented in multiple choice form and are meant to serve as a quick snapshot of what students know or learned about in reference to introductory materials on planets.
Be sure to check out my Planet Labels and Descriptions Printable.
This simple and well structured assessment will requires students to demonstrate their knowledge of the major subatomic particles including protons, neutrons, electrons and the nucleus as well as the location, charge, and relative size of them. Students will also have to draw a representation to confirm their understanding of the content. Can easily be used for an Exit Ticker, a quiz, group work, homework and more!
Check out this awesome interactive lab that students can complete independently, in small groups, at centers or as a whole class. Students will need a piece of newspaper to create their ghosts and then will complete the attached worksheet as they check which surfaces in the classroom transfer the static electricity with their ghost.
Students will be amazed as they find their ghost floating in various places in the classroom!
This fifteen question assessment combines multiple choice and short answer questions and covers topics including comparing physical and chemical changes, measurement, and other properties of matter. This great assessment is the perfect quiz, test, or review for your students!
Harness your students' creativity and imagination with this great artistic project! Students will draw and label the water cycle followed by a couple of comprehension questions. The assignment covers vocabulary including evaporation, precipitation, condensation, water vapor and more!
This simple homework sheet is for two nights, and requires students to identify things at home that are solutions and mixtures on night, and then describe and identify a physical change and do the same for chemical change. All responses are short answer and require students to apply what they learned in class.
This awesome week along (adjustable) project allows students to collaborate and explore a specific simple machine on their own and own their own education. Students will work together to create a presentation of their choice on a specific topic such as wedge, wheel and axle, lever, and screw. A rubric is attached.
Check out my Simple Machine Exit Ticket.
This is an insulator and conductor quiz that has a variety of questions including sorting, multiple choice, and extended response. Students will need to determine if materials are conductors or insulators, will have to compare the two terms and exemplify an understanding of the two.
Check out this awesome task card that allows students to work hands on through exploration to identify materials that are conductors and differentiate them with materials that are non-conductors.
You will need the basic materials for a circuit including a battery, wiring, a light bulb and then a variety of materials that student can test the conductivity with. The activity includes directions, a worksheet, and instructions.
This is meant to be independent work but can easily be used for small group, center work, or whole group instruction.