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I am a science teacher passionate about teaching Earth Science, Geography and Oceanography and sharing my science material/products to a wider audience. My main focus is middle and high school, but since ability levels and needs vary widely, materials found in my shop may be useful to students from other grade levels.
Math Tarsia Puzzle: ROUNDING TO NEAREST 10, 100, 1000
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Math Tarsia Puzzle: ROUNDING TO NEAREST 10, 100, 1000

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Tarsia Math Puzzle: ROUNDING TO NEAREST 10, 100, 1000 In this activity, students will practice rounding numbers to nearest 10, 100 and 1000, as they piece together the pieces of each tarsia puzzle (5 DIFFERENT PUZZLES INCLUDED). Students will match their answers with a separate puzzle piece until all the math problems have been solved and the puzzle is completed. These** MATH TARSIA PUZZLES** are a FUN way for students to practice their multiplication facts that doesn’t involve a worksheet. The puzzle activity works well for individuals, as well as small groups. Alternatively, you can set up stations around the room, and have students or groups rotate to each station for a new math puzzle/game. This resource includes: -5 differentiated tarsia puzzles with a different puzzle shape for each -5 answer keys -Teacher directions* Suggestions for using this resource: -Print multiple copies of each tarsia puzzle and place the pieces in separate plastic bags for safekeeping. -Print the puzzles on colored paper if you find the black and white version too “dull”. -Print the puzzles on A3 sized paper if you want the pieces extra large. -Laminate the puzzle pieces BEFORE your students cut them out. It will allow you to use them for years to come. -Code the backside of each puzzle piece, so it is easier to find which plastic bag they belong to in case they get mixed up with other pieces.* Check out our other Math Tarsia Puzzles! -Math Tarsia Puzzle: MULTIPLICATION FACTS 2 to 5 -Math Tarsia Puzzle: MULTIPLICATION FACTS 6 to 9 -Math Tarsia Puzzle: MULTIPLICATION FACTS 5 and 10 -Math Tarsia Puzzle: ADDITION WITHIN 10 -Math Tarsia Puzzle: ADDING 2-DIGIT NUMBERS (NO REGROUPING) -Math Tarsia Puzzle: ADDING WHOLE TENS (2-DIGITS) -Math Tarsia Puzzle: SUBTRACTION (SINGLE DIGIT) -Math Tarsia Puzzle: SUBTRACTING WHOLE TENS FROM 2-DIGIT NUMBERS -Math Tarsia Puzzle: SUBTRACTING 2-DIGIT NUMBERS (NO REGROUPING) Be sure to follow my TES shop and don’t forget to leave feedback if you liked my product! Happy Teaching!
One Strange Rock: GASP (Movie sheet)
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One Strange Rock: GASP (Movie sheet)

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One Strange Rock: Gasp (S1/E01) - Video Guide Will Smith along with astronauts Chris Hadfield, Nicole Stott and Mae Jemison, some of the privileged few who have looked down on Earth from space, tell the unbelievable story of how Earth creates and regulates its oxygen rich atmosphere. ONE STRANGE ROCK is a 10-part series created by National Geographic in which it “explores the fragility and wonder of planet Earth, one of the most peculiar, unique places in the entire universe”. It’s the extraordinary story of why life as we know it exists on Earth, brought into perspective by the only people to have left it behind – astronauts. ONE STRANGE ROCK brings cameras where they’ve never been before, having filmed in 45 countries, on six continents and from outer space on the ISS. This video worksheet has 32 questions. It includes a combination of fill-in-the blank, true/false, and/or short answer questions. Students will fill in the video worksheet while watching. Watching a documentary is no longer a passive activity. The video worksheet is printable, and NO prep is required. The video worksheet is perfect for sub plans. An ANSWER KEY is included. Visit my TES store for more video worksheets and/or movie guides. Please don’t forget to leave feedback if you like the product. Happy Teaching!
WORLD GEOGRAPHY INTERNET SCAVENGER HUNT
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WORLD GEOGRAPHY INTERNET SCAVENGER HUNT

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WORLD GEOGRAPHY INTERNET SCAVENGER HUNT This internet scavenger hunt (webquest) is a great way for students to learn about the geography of the world and other fun facts and trivia questions, while enhancing their internet research skills. For example: Which river flows through London?; Which country starts with the letter “Q”?; On which continent is the Andes Mountains located?; What country has the most natural lakes? An ANSWER KEY and teacher directions are provided. The Internet scavenger hunt can be done as a whole class, in small groups, individually and even at home as part of distance or remote learning. This resource is not only google classroom friendly, but also includes printable and editable formats (PDF and Word). Choose the format that best fits your needs. This internet scavenger hunt was designed specifically for middle school students but can be “scaled up and down” to suit other grade levels by simply increasing or reducing the number of questions the students need to answer. I have included two versions of the same scavenger hunt. There is a ‘long version’ with sixty questions in total, and a ‘shorter version’ covering the same questions but broken down into three separate scavenger hunts (20 questions eahc). Your students can do all three scavenger hunts or just do one, depending on the time available. Be sure to follow my TES shop and don’t forget to leave feedback if you like my product or have suggestions to how I can improve it. Happy Teaching!
Earth - Power of the Planet: Volcano (BBC Earth) - Complete Video Guide
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Earth - Power of the Planet: Volcano (BBC Earth) - Complete Video Guide

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This five-page worksheet contains 46 short, fill-in-the-blank and open-ended questions based on BBC Documentary series “Earth - Power of the Planet - Volcano (Episode 1)”. The video worksheet focuses on volcanoes all over the world and how they have affected our planet. It also talks about the different plate boundaries and zones at which volcanoes can occur. The worksheet is designed to keep students engaged and hold them accountable while watching the documentary. The questions are relative easy to answer while watching the movie and are not so complicated that they require a great deal of writing. At the same time they are specific to the documentary, and therefore difficult to Google! The worksheet is printable and no prep is required. Answer key is provided. If you like this movie guide, you may be interested in some of the other movie guides from the same BBC Earth series: -BBC Earth: The Power of the Planet - Atmosphere (Episode 2) -BBC Earth: The Power of the Planet - Ice (Episode 3) -BBC Earth: The Power of the Planet - Ocean (Episode 4) -BBC Earth: The Power of the Planet - Rare Earth (Episode 5) Ideas for Use: -Flipping the classroom -Homework assignment -Differentiated enrichment -Substitute assignment Please don’t forget to leave feedback if you liked this resource! Happy Teaching!
Bill Nye the Science Guy: RESPIRATION (Video Guide)
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Bill Nye the Science Guy: RESPIRATION (Video Guide)

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Bill Nye the Science Guy: RESPIRATION (Season 2, Episode 20). This video worksheet includes a combination of fill-in-the blank, true/false, and/or short answer questions. Students fill in the video worksheet while watching Bill Nye the Science Guy. Watching a video is no longer a passive activity!! Students are engaged during the video as they must listen and write at the same time. This video worksheet has 19 questions. The video questions are relatively easy to answer while watching the video and are not so complicated that they require a great deal of writing. An ANSWER KEY is included with this product. The worksheet is printable, and NO prep is required. I have also included a QR code link to the video. This means that students can do the worksheet on their own even if they are absent. The video worksheet is perfect for sub plans. Visit my TES store for more Bill Nye video worksheets and/or other movie guides. Please don’t forget to leave feedback. Happy Teaching!
Tarsia Puzzle - TRIANGLE  (Editable Template)
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Tarsia Puzzle - TRIANGLE (Editable Template)

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**Tarsia Puzzle - TRIANGLE ** Enjoy this blank and editable Tarsia Puzzle TEMPLATE. You can enter your own text, or change the template as needed (Q1 = question 1, A1 = answer 1, Q2 = question 2, A2 = answer 2, etc.). You can simply enter text, print, and cut. You can either use the smaller version or the bigger version (i.e. 16 individual triangles). It can be used in any subject area to review concepts, vocabulary, or facts. Tarsia Puzzles are a great activity for test reviews and can be glued into interactive notebooks. If you choose to use the puzzle pieces multiple times (e.g. for different classrooms), be sure to laminate the cards so you can use them for years to come! If you like this Tarsia Puzzle, you might be interested in some of my other editable vocab templates: Tarsia Puzzle Template (Triangles) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Squares) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Large Hexagon) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Small Hexagon) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Decagon) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Domino) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Square w. Triangles) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Elongated HexagonSmall) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Elongated HexagonLarge) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Parallelogram) Be sure to follow my TES store and don’t forget to leave feedback if you liked my product! If you found this product useful, please leave feedback. Happy Teaching.
Tarsia Puzzle Template Set (8 editable TEMPLATES)
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Tarsia Puzzle Template Set (8 editable TEMPLATES)

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Tarsia Puzzle Templates: Compilation of 8 different puzzle templates! These tarsia vocabulary puzzles provide a hands-on, engaging way for students to learn, practice, and review vocabulary. They’re also great for warm-up/bell ringer activities or assessments. These puzzles, sometimes known as Tarsia puzzles, can be used for multiple grade levels and any subject that uses vocabulary. This collection of 8 blank templates allows you to create puzzles on a variety of topics. The hard work has already been done for you. All of the puzzles are completely editable, by building the collections of different shapes and adding the text boxes (all done in Word). All you need to do is fill in the text boxes with your chosen vocabulary, math formulas, root words, etc. You can also come up with your own shapes by either adding or removing pieces from the existing templates. The 8 vocabulary puzzle templates are ranging from 8 terms (8 pieces) to 30 terms (24 pieces). Look at the thumbnails to get a preview of some of the different shapes you will get if you purchase this product. There is NO need to download any software to make it work. If you prefer to purchase individual templates, check out my TES store. If you find this resource useful, please leave feedback. Happy Teaching! ⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊ ⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊ Copyright © 2020 Students of Science. All rights Reserved. The purchase of this resource gives the buyer permission to download and copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution is also limited to single classroom use. Copying for other teachers, school-wide use, or for school systems is only allowed with the purchase of additional licenses.
Bill Nye the Science Guy: THE MOON (Video worksheet)
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Bill Nye the Science Guy: THE MOON (Video worksheet)

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This video guide allows students to follow along Bill Nye’s video about “THE MOON” (Season 1, Episode 11). Each video worksheet includes a combination of fill-in-the blank, true/false, and/or short answer questions. Students fill in the video worksheet while watching Bill Nye the Science Guy. Watching a video is no longer a passive activity!! Students are engaged during the video as they must listen and write at the same time. This video guide has 15 questions. The video questions are relatively easy to answer while watching the video and are not so complicated that they require a great deal of writing. An answer key is included with this TES product. The video worksheet is printable, and NO prep is required. I have also included a QR code link to the video. This means that students can do the worksheet on their own even if they are absent. The video worksheet is perfect for sub plans. Visit my TES store for more Bill Nye video worksheets and/or other movie guides. Please don’t forget to leave feedback if you like the product. Happy Teaching!
EUROPE AND FLAGS: Tarsia Puzzle
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EUROPE AND FLAGS: Tarsia Puzzle

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Tarsia Puzzle: EUROPEAN COUNTRIES AND FLAGS (2 Puzzles) In this activity, students will practice matching all 45 European countries with their flags, as they piece together the pieces of each tarsia puzzle. Students will match their answers with a separate puzzle piece until all the countries have ‘found’ their flag and the puzzle is completed. These GEOGRAPHY TARSIA PUZZLES are a FUN way for students to practice their multiplication facts that doesn’t involve a worksheet. The puzzle activity works well for individuals, as well as small groups. Alternatively, you can set up stations around the room, and have students or groups rotate to each station for a new math puzzle/game. This resource includes: 2 different tarsia puzzles; one with 21 countries and the another one with 24 countries 2 answer keys Teacher directions List of Countries Included: Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, and United Kingdom. Suggestions for using this resource: Print multiple copies of each tarsia puzzle and place the pieces in separate plastic bags for safekeeping. Print the puzzles on colored paper if you find the black and white version too “dull”. Print the puzzles on large sized paper, if you want the pieces to be extra large. Laminate the puzzle pieces BEFORE your students cut them out. It will allow you to use them for years to come. Code the backside of each puzzle piece, so it is easier to find which plastic bag they belong to in case they get mixed up with other pieces. You might also be interested in these other resources: Tarsia Puzzle Template (Triangles) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Squares) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Large Hexagon) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Small Hexagon) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Decagon) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Domino) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Square w. Triangles) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Elongated Hexagon_Small) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Elongated Hexagon_Large) Tarsia Puzzle Template (Parallelogram) Be sure to follow my TES shop and don’t forget to leave feedback if you liked my product! Happy Teaching!
Geography of the United States - INTERNET SCAVENGER HUNT
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Geography of the United States - INTERNET SCAVENGER HUNT

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UNITED STATES GEOGRAPHY INTERNET SCAVENGER HUNT This internet scavenger hunt (webquest) is a great way for students to learn about the geography of United States (including physical landmarks, elevation (height), size, national/state boundaries and population), while enhancing their internet research skills. An ANSWER KEY, student web links and teacher directions are provided. The Internet Scavenger Hunt can be done as a whole class, in small groups, individually and even at home as part of distance or remote learning. This resource is not only google classroom friendly, but also includes printable and editable formats (PDF and Word). Choose the format that best fits your needs. This internet scavenger hunt was designed specifically for middle school students but can be “scaled up or down” to suit other grade levels by simply amending the number of questions the students need to answer. Include three separate scavenger hunts (of 15 questions each). Your students can do all three scavenger hunts or just do one or two, depending on the time available. If you like this scavenger hunt, you may also like the following: 50 US STATE FACTS SCAVENGER HUNT (Webquest) 50 US FUN FACTS & TRIVIA SCAVENGER HUNT (Webquest) Always NEW Internet Scavenger Hunt (Webquest) Be sure to follow my TES shop and don’t forget to leave feedback if you like my product or have suggestions to how I can improve it. Happy Teaching!
Earth - The Power of the Planet: VOLCANO (Complete Video Worksheet)
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Earth - The Power of the Planet: VOLCANO (Complete Video Worksheet)

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Earth - The Power of the Planet: VOLCANO (S1E05) This five-page worksheet contains 46 short, fill-in-the-blank and open-ended questions based on BBC’s Documentary series “Earth - The Power of the Planet”. The video sheet focuses on volcanoes all over the world and how they have affected our planet. It also talks about the different plate boundaries and zones at which volcanoes can occur. The worksheet is designed to keep students engaged and hold them accountable while watching the documentary. The questions are relative easy to answer while watching the movie and are not so complicated that they require a great deal of writing. The video worksheet is printable and no prep is required. Answer key is provided. Ideas for Use: Flipping the classroom Homework assignment Differentiated enrichment Substitute assignment Please don’t forget to leave feedback.
GEOGRAPHY OF THE US (Google Expeditions): Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt
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GEOGRAPHY OF THE US (Google Expeditions): Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt

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Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt (GOOGLE EXPEDITIONS): Geography of the US Virtual field trips are an amazing tool to use to take students on fun learning experiences from the comfort of your classroom (or living room during distance learning!). This virtual field trip is about the “Geography of the United States”, where the students will have the opportunity to explore 8 different places in the US. They will first see the United States from above, then visit Montana, Philadelphia, New York City, Arizona, California, and finally Hawaii. As the students go through the virtual field trip, they will be asked to complete an accompanying scavenger hunt by answering open-ended questions about the different places they are exploring. What’s Needed: All you need is a set of mobile devices for the students and a device for yourself (the guide/teacher) that all have the free “Google Expeditions App” before downloading your expedition. To make the activity a truly immersive VR experience, you will also need VR headsets for the students (NOT included in this resource), but it is STILL possible to participate in the virtual field trips without a VR headset. When I use this in my classroom as a whole class activity, the students usually work in groups of three, so I use about 10 viewers. However, you can also use it as a part of a station rotation activity, so you would only need a couple of viewers. What’s Included: -Instructions on how to download and use the Google Expedition App for the virtual field trip -Instructions on how to how to use the Google Expedition App with and without a “guide” -Link to eight 360-degrees tours of the geography of the US -PDF version of the scavenger hunt -Editable Word version of the scavenger hunt to meet the needs of your students and to be able to customize their learning experience. -Editable Google Document of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Editable Google Form of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Answer key to the scavenger hunt -Extension ideas Who is it for? This resource would best service students in middle and high school. Terms of Service: Thank you for downloading this resource. This resource is available for you to use in your classroom or for homeschooling with your own kid(s). Please do not share this resource with your colleagues. Feel free to send them to my store to purchase their own copy or additional license. Please don’t forget to leave feedback if you like my product or have suggestions to how I can improve it. Happy Hunting! Students of Science
Earth - The Power of the Planet: ATMOSPHERE (Complete Movie Sheet)
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Earth - The Power of the Planet: ATMOSPHERE (Complete Movie Sheet)

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Earth - The Power of the Planet: ATMOSPHERE (S1E02) This video worksheet contains 42 short, fill-in-the-blank and open-ended questions based on BBC’s Documentary series “Earth - The Power of the Planet”. In this second episode, Dr. Iain Stewart tells the story of how Earth works and how, over the course of 4.6 billion years, it came to be the remarkable place it is today. In this episode Iain travels into the stratosphere in a Cold War fighter, gets his eyebrows singed in Siberia and discovers why Argentina is one of the stormiest places on Earth. All to show why our atmosphere is unique and utterly crucial for life. The worksheet is designed to keep students engaged and hold them accountable while watching the documentary. The questions are relative easy to answer while watching the movie and are not so complicated that they require a great deal of writing. The video sheet is printable and no prep is required. Answer key is provided. Ideas for Use: Flipping the classroom Homework assignment Differentiated enrichment Substitute assignment Please don’t forget to leave feedback.
Bill Nye the Science Guy - OUTER SPACE (Video Guide)
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Bill Nye the Science Guy - OUTER SPACE (Video Guide)

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This video worksheet* allows students to follow along Bill Nye’s video about “OUTER SPACE” (Season 1, Episode 19). Each video worksheet includes a combination of fill-in-the blank, true/false, and/or short answer questions. Students fill in the video worksheet while watching Bill Nye the Science Guy. Watching a video is no longer a passive activity!! Students are engaged during the video as they must listen and write at the same time. This video worksheet has 17 questions. The video questions are relatively easy to answer while watching the video and are not so complicated that they require a great deal of writing. An answer key is included with this TES product. The video worksheet is printable, and NO prep is required. I have also included a QR code link to the video. This means that students can do the worksheet on their own even if they are absent. The video worksheet is perfect for sub plans. Visit my TES shop for more Bill Nye video worksheets and/or other movie guides. *Video is needed for completion of this TES product
Bill Nye the Science Guy: LIGHT & COLOR (Video Worksheet)
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Bill Nye the Science Guy: LIGHT & COLOR (Video Worksheet)

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Bill Nye the Science Guy: LIGHT & COLOR (Season 1, Episode 06) - Distance Learning. This video worksheet includes a combination of fill-in-the blank, true/false, and/or short answer questions. Students fill in the video guide while watching Bill Nye the Science Guy. Watching a video is no longer a passive activity!! Students are engaged during the video as they must listen and write at the same time. This video worksheet about LIGHT & COLOR has 16 questions. The video questions are relatively easy to answer while watching the video and are not so complicated that they require a great deal of writing. An ANSWER KEY is included with this product. The worksheet is printable, and NO prep is required. I have also included a QR code link to the video. This means that students can do the worksheet on their own even if they are absent. The video worksheet is perfect for sub plans. If you find this resource useful, please don’t forget to leave feedback. Be sure to check out my store for other Bill Nye video worksheets and/or movie guides. Happy Teaching!
Memory Game (AFRICA): Flags, Capital Cities and Outlines
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Memory Game (AFRICA): Flags, Capital Cities and Outlines

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Memory Match Game: AFRICA (Flags, Capital Cities and Outlines) Have fun learning about the 54 countries of AFRICA with this all-inclusive memory game packet. In this activity, students will match up the names of the African countries with their respective flags, capital cities and/or country outlines. This 6-in-1 printable MATCHING GAME is a FUN way for students of all ages to learn about the African continent. The memory game works well for both individuals and small groups depending on their age. If your student cohort is relative young, you can decrease the number of countries/flags you want them to learn, and add more countries/flags later on as they grow more confident with the game. This resource includes: -6 different versions of the memory game. -648 memory cards featuring either flags, countries, capital cities or country outlines -6 samples of what to print on the backside of the memory cards with different colors and/or patterns. -Teacher directions (incl. printing directions and how to play the game) List of Countries Included in this Memory Game: Algeria,Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Ivory Coast, Dem. Rep. of the Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, São Tomé and Príncipe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Check out our other Memory Games: AFRICA (Memory Game): Flags, Capital Cities and Country Outlines ASIA (Memory Game): Flags, Capital Cities and Country Outlines OCEANIA (Memory Game): Flags, Capital Cities and Country Outlines EUROPE (Memory Game): Flags, Capital Cities and Country Outlines NORTH AMERICA (Memory Game): Flags, Capital Cities and Country Outlines SOUTH AMERICA (Memory Game): Flags, Capital Cities and Country Outlines Please and don’t forget to leave feedback if you like my product! Happy Teaching!
Bill Nye WATER CYCLE (Video Worksheet)
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Bill Nye WATER CYCLE (Video Worksheet)

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This video guide allows students to follow along the Bill Nye video about “WATER CYCLE” (Season 3, Episode 07). Each video worksheet includes a combination of fill-in-the blank, true/false, and/or short answer questions. Students fill in the video worksheet while watching Bill Nye the Science Guy (Water Cycle). Watching a video is no longer a passive activity!! Students are engaged during the video as they must listen and write at the same time. This video worksheet has 17 questions. The video questions are relatively easy to answer while watching the video and are not so complicated that they require a great deal of writing. An answer key is included with this TES product. The video worksheet is printable, and NO prep is required. I have also included a QR code link to the video. This means that students can do the worksheet on their own even if they are absent. The video worksheet is perfect for sub plans. Visit my TES store for more Bill Nye video worksheets and/or other movie guides. Please don’t forget to leave feedback. Happy Teaching
AMERICAN LANDMARKS (Google Expeditions): Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt
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AMERICAN LANDMARKS (Google Expeditions): Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt

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Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt (GOOGLE EXPEDITIONS): American Landmarks. Virtual field trips are an amazing tool to use to take students on fun learning experiences from the comfort of your classroom (or living room during distance learning!). This virtual field trip is about AMERICAN LANDMARKS, where the students will have the opportunity to explore 9 different landmarks in America. First they will visit Independence Hall, the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Monument. Then they will visit Mount Rushmore, the Alamo, the Gateway Arch and the Grand Canyon. Finally, they will go and learn more about the Statue of Liberty and the Golden Gate Bridge As the students go through the virtual field trip, they will be asked to complete an accompanying* scavenger hunt* by answering open-ended questions about the different places they are exploring. What’s Needed: All you need is a set of mobile devices for the students and a device for yourself (the guide/teacher) that all have the free “Google Expeditions App” before downloading your expedition. To make the activity a truly immersive VR experience, you will also need VR headsets for the students (NOT included in this resource), but it is STILL possible to participate in the virtual field trips without a VR headset. When I use this in my classroom as a whole class activity, the students usually work in groups of three, so I use about 10 viewers. However, you can also use it as a part of a station rotation activity, so you would only need a couple of viewers. What’s Included: -Instructions on how to download and use the Google Expedition App for the virtual field trip -Instructions on how to how to use the Google Expedition App with and without a “guide” -Link to nine 360-degrees virtual field trips of American Landmarks -PDF version of the scavenger hunt -Editable Word version of the scavenger hunt to meet the needs of your students and to be able to customize their learning experience. -Editable Google Document of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Editable Google Form of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Answer key to the scavenger hunt -Extension ideas Who is it for? This resource would best service students in middle and high school. Terms of Service: Thank you for downloading this resource. This resource is available for you to use in your classroom or for homeschooling with your own kid(s). Please do not share this resource with your colleagues. Feel free to send them to my store to purchase their own copy or additional license. Please don’t forget to leave feedback if you like my product or have suggestions to how I can improve it. Happy Hunting!
GEOGRAPHY OF THE POLES (Google Expeditions): Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt
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GEOGRAPHY OF THE POLES (Google Expeditions): Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt

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Virtual Field Trip & Scavenger Hunt (GOOGLE EXPEDITIONS): Geography of the POLES. Virtual field trips are an amazing tool to use to take students on fun learning experiences from the comfort of your classroom (or living room during distance learning!). This virtual field trip is about the Geography of the POLES, where the students will have the opportunity to explore 8 different locations at both ends of the Earth - the North and the South Poles. First they will visit the Arctic to learn about the tundra, glaciers, icebergs, Arctic sea ice, and nuclear-powered icebreakers that carry visitors to the North Pole. Then they will travel to Antarctica to explore the world’s largest ice sheet, the animals that live on the coldest continent, and the research being done there. As the students go through the virtual field trip, they will be asked to complete an accompanying* scavenger hunt* by answering open-ended questions about the different places they are exploring. What’s Needed: All you need is a set of mobile devices for the students and a device for yourself (the guide/teacher) that all have the free “Google Expeditions App” before downloading your expedition. To make the activity a truly immersive VR experience, you will also need VR headsets for the students (NOT included in this resource), but it is STILL possible to participate in the virtual field trips without a VR headset. When I use this in my classroom as a whole class activity, the students usually work in groups of three, so I use about 10 viewers. However, you can also use it as a part of a station rotation activity, so you would only need a couple of viewers. What’s Included: -Instructions on how to download and use the Google Expedition App for the virtual field trip -Instructions on how to how to use the Google Expedition App with and without a “guide” -Link to eight 360-degrees virtual field trips of the Geography of the Poles -PDF version of the scavenger hunt -Editable Word version of the scavenger hunt to meet the needs of your students and to be able to customize their learning experience. -Editable Google Document of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Editable Google Form of the scavenger hunt (which can be used/assigned in Google Classrooms™) -Answer key to the scavenger hunt -Extension ideas Who is it for? This resource would best service students in middle and high school. Terms of Service: Thank you for downloading this resource. This resource is available for you to use in your classroom or for homeschooling with your own kid(s). Please do not share this resource with your colleagues. Feel free to send them to my store to purchase their own copy or additional license. Please don’t forget to leave feedback if you like my product or have suggestions to how I can improve it. Happy Hunting!
Bill Nye the Science Guy: STATIC ELECTRICITY (Video Guide)
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Bill Nye the Science Guy: STATIC ELECTRICITY (Video Guide)

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Bill Nye the Science Guy: STATIC ELECTRICITY (Season 2, Episode 05) - Distance Learning. This video worksheet includes a combination of fill-in-the blank, true/false, and/or short answer questions. Students fill in the video worksheet while watching Bill Nye the Science Guy. Watching a video is no longer a passive activity!! Students are engaged during the video as they must listen and write at the same time. This video worksheet about STATIC ELECTRICITY has 14 questions. The video questions are relatively easy to answer while watching the video and are not so complicated that they require a great deal of writing. An ANSWER KEY is included with this product. The worksheet is printable, and NO prep is required. I have also included a QR code link to the video. This means that students can do the worksheet on their own even if they are absent. The video worksheet is perfect for sub plans. Please don’t forget to leave feedback if you found the resource useful! Happy Teaching!