This is a question and answer game in a game show style (you know the one!) It reviews the topics of: Acids and Bases, Elements, Mixtures, Compounds, Solubility, Periodic Table and Atoms at the middle school level. It runs as a powerpoint file with clickable links to navigate around the document.
The mini-bundle includes notes (students fill in the blank and full text copy) and a power point presentation on the cell organelles. Cell organelles included in this lesson include: cell wall, cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, vacuoles, lysosomes, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, Golgi bodies and chloroplast
This lab lesson is great for those teaching a first year high school Chemistry class or a class where students need familiarization with tools used in the laboratory. Students will walk around the room identifying a variety of lab equipment and record its name, description and draw a quick sketch.
Two different science themed class period labels. Periods are labeled 1-9 or A-I (in case your school is weird and letters your periods like mine. The file includes two different icons for both the numbered and lettered labels.
These labels can be printed small to for bins and folders or larger for labels posted on a Bulletin board or whiteboard.
If you need your periods labeled in a different way please let me know and I can make the adjustments needed.
This set includes two density labs. The first lab asks students to find the mass and volume of regularly and irregularly shaped objects in order to determine their density. The second lab asks students to once again determine the mass and volume of irregularly shaped objects in order to determine their density, but students will use an overflow can to determine volume.
This webquest will take students to various sites to experience the phases of the moon. Students will see a visualization and read about the phases and even determine what the phase of the moon was on their birthday.
This activity is a great addition to your teaching of the seasons. Students will go around the building asking other teachers and adults why they think we have seasons. Once the students have collected the data, they take time to organize it and answer some analysis questions. A ticket to leave is also included.
When you purchase this listing, you will get a lesson planning sheet customized to your week. All you need to do is send me the information that you would like and you will have your customized document in a few days.
Punnett squares are something my students always need practice with. I made this short worksheet to be additional practice for my students. I chose the Big Bang Theory theme because I love the show and I know many of my students do too. An answer key is included
This project gives a rubric and outline for a student cell project. Student are invited to build a model of a cell where each organelle is not represented by something that has a similar look, but rather has a similar function. For example, mitochondria may be batteries as they both produce energy.