This bundle is a fanatic introduction to the scientific method. Students are asked to first organize the cards into what they believe is the correct order of the science method. When finished, students compared their ideas to the ones in the video. To close the lesson, I had students work on the final activity in the video, as they made up with their own experiment which follows the scientific method.
A leveled unit test that assesses year 6 to year 8 work. There is a link included to upload the document to google drive so you can add changes that reflect your classes. Answer Key Provided!
This NO PREP lesson allows students to work at their own pace as they explore generators, motors and alternating current. Students simply watch the youtube videos and answer questions provided in the document. This lesson can be taught in the classroom or online. Alberta Curriculum Outcome: identify example uses of electrical technologies, and evaluate technologies in terms of benefits and impacts
This friendly no prep learning activity has students reviewing mathematical concepts such as ratios, fractions and circle geometry. The goal is to show students that math truly is everywhere while reviewing previous concepts. As a teacher you can also use this as a bonus assignment or an extension project. It requires you to simply post the assignment in your virtual classroom. Or print out the assignment for in person use. The grading for this assignment does follow The Alberta Curriculum for Grade 9 Math. Tasks labeled A are considered grade level and tasks labeled B are above grade level. If you find it helpful or if there is anything that improves the assignment, please leave a comment down below.
This no prep lesson has students watch The Episode: The Magic School Bus Rides Again: Kids in Space on Netflix. This worksheet is meant to be used with year 6-9. The answer key included along with a Link to a Google doc version of the worksheet and answer key if you are teaching virtually. Just click, File + Make a copy do download into your drive.
Overview: This course has students starting with the basics of monthly budget planning, career planning, post secondary education planning and owning assets. This course is designed to be low prep with very little materials needed. It works well if students have access to a device to research and watch videos. Skills and be utilized from students all over the world. There are direct links to Alberta’s CTF outcomes. Format:Items can be posted on virtual classrooms or printed out for student use. I have included google doc links with some assignments so you can decide the best way to post assignments for your students. Pages with the heading “A note for the teachers”, share my tips for you and instructions for the activity. The corner of each page has the same image on it so you can have a quick glance at the instructions and the tasks. Additional Uses: Career Planning Budget Planning Buying a House Post Secondary Planning Guide to Investing Presentation Skills
This Children’s book called “Himmat’s Courage”, explores cultural diversity including a better understanding of different clothing that is worn by some students. In addition, it will explore some of the bullying issues, that first generation immigrant students may face while in school. As a result, teachers will be able to better connect with their students.
Integers Numbers from -20 to 20. Use as a decorative classroom number line. Feel free to use as is, by just cutting the shapes out and placing them on your classroom wall. To hand as a banner, punch a hole in the corners of the triangle and run a string through.
This activity is perfect for keeping your students engaged while they practice their knowledge of exponents. This complete exponents review will cover exponent laws and have students apply their knowledge to solving real world problems. As indicated in the video below, students watch the video hook, then work on clues #1-5, to find the location of the bunker. This is great for sub plans, unit review or extension questions, all you have to do is show students the video or post it in your virtual classroom. The video has two parts: The first part is the introduction to the problem. Pause the video when it tells you to “Start Clue #1”. Once students are done with the clues, you can play the second part of the video which concludes the story. There are also connections to the basic rules of the periodic table connecting student learning to science. Depending on the level of your students, feel free to provide them with more hints for some of the challenging questions. Or have students work in mixed groupings. Please feel free to let me know if there are any mistakes. There is an answer key in the PDF to help you. Good Luck Escaping! Link to Full Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7_QK5ABHjI
In this revision students cover parts of the carbon cycle describe some of the barriers that the body utilizes to protect itself and the pathways of the digestive and respiratory system. This no prep lesson has links embedded to the document so students can read and work at their own pace to find the answers. Great for working on in the classroom or online.