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I specialize in resources to engage students in science learning. I love hands-on , inquiry based activities and doodle notes.

I specialize in resources to engage students in science learning. I love hands-on , inquiry based activities and doodle notes.
Atomic Theory and the Atom Doodle Notes
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Atomic Theory and the Atom Doodle Notes

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What is matter made of? How do scientists learn about particles? Help your students learn the answers to these questions and more using the Atom and Atomic Theory Doodle notes. Increase student retention and engagement by allowing students to color and embellish their notes as you teach. How does doodling help? Doodling while note taking can improve focus and activates both sides of the brain simultaneously resulting in improved learning and memory. Content covered includes: Atomic Theory Structure of the Atom Calculating proton, neutron and electron numbers in neutral atoms Bohr Diagrams What are Doodle Notes? Doodle notes are a visual note-taking strategy that encourages students to draw, doodle, color, and embellish their in-class notes to increase content retention. Giving students permission to doodle as they listen and learn in class helps to keep them engaged in the lesson and improves overall focus. In addition, doodling while note-taking activates both the left and right hemisphere of the brain simultaneously allowing for more cross-talk between the two hemispheres. The result? Improved retention of concepts taught in class! Not only will your students learn MORE by using doodle notes, they will enjoy making them because they can be creative. The notes become a point of pride for students as they color and personalize the content on each page to make it more meaningful to them. How do I use Doodle Notes? Project the notes using a document camera or onto the whiteboard and fill them in with your class while talking through the information. Use them with a regular PowerPoint lesson and let students fill in the notes as they view the PowerPoint. Have students read the material from a source and fill in their doodle notes on their own.
Matter Doodle Notes
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Matter Doodle Notes

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Matter doodle notes cover a range of topics related to matter and are designed to compliment your unit of study on the properties of matter. This product contains 18 pages – 9 blank student note pages and 9 teacher answer key pages. Open the preview to see all 9 student pages of the product. Content covered includes: What is Chemistry Physical Properties Density Classification of Matter States of Matter Change of State Physical and Chemical Changes Kinetic Molecular Theory What are Doodle Notes? Doodle notes are a visual note-taking strategy that encourages students to draw, doodle, colour, and embellish their in-class notes to increase content retention. Giving students permission to doodle as they listen and learn in class helps to keep them engaged in the lesson and improves overall focus. In addition, doodling while note-taking activates both the left and right hemisphere of the brain simultaneously allowing for more cross-talk between the two hemispheres. The result? Improved retention of concepts taught in class! Not only will your students learn MORE by using doodle notes, they will enjoy making them because they can be creative. The notes become a point of pride for students as they colour and personalize the content on each page to make it more meaningful to them. How do I use Doodle Notes? Project the notes using a document camera or onto the whiteboard and fill them in with your class while talking through the information. Use them with a regular PowerPoint lesson and let students fill in the notes as they view the PowerPoint. Have students read the material from a source and fill in their doodle notes on their own.
Scientific Method Doodle Notes
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Scientific Method Doodle Notes

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Help your students learn the scientific method. Teach them the steps of the scientific method, vocabulary related to designing experiments, how to write a hypothesis and much more! Scientific method doodle notes are designed to compliment your unit of study on the properties of matter and include plenty of space to add additional notes. PLUS 4 bonus pages that can be used by your students to design their own experiments. The worksheets walk your students through the process of designing an experiment to help facilitate successful scientific inquiry. This product contains 22 pages – 9 blank student note pages and 9 teacher answer key pages. Content covered includes: What is science History of the scientific method Steps of the scientific method Experimental design and variables Practice writing hypotheses Observations versus Inferences 4 page worksheet for students to design their own experiments What are Doodle Notes? Doodle notes are a visual note-taking strategy that encourages students to draw, doodle, colour, and embellish their in-class notes to increase content retention. Giving students permission to doodle as they listen and learn in class helps to keep them engaged in the lesson and improves overall focus. How to use Doodle Notes: Project the notes using a document camera or onto the whiteboard and fill them in with your class while talking through the information. Use them with a regular PowerPoint lesson and let students fill in the notes as they view the PowerPoint. Have students read the material from a source and fill in their doodle notes on their own.
Microscope Doodle Notes
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Microscope Doodle Notes

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Using the microscope is a skill every biology student should have. This bundle gives you the tools to teach basic microscopy to your students using doodle notes and a basic microscope lab. Topics covered are: Focusing a microscope Preparing and staining a slide Biological drawings Calculating specimen size Calculating drawing magnification What are Doodle Notes? Doodle notes are a visual note-taking strategy that encourages students to draw, doodle, color, and embellish their in-class notes to increase content retention. Giving students permission to doodle as they listen and learn in class helps to keep them engaged in the lesson and improves overall focus. In addition, doodling while note-taking activates both the left and right hemisphere of the brain simultaneously allowing for more cross-talk between the two hemispheres. The result? Improved retention of concepts taught in class! Not only will your students learn MORE by using doodle notes, they will enjoy making them because they can be creative. The notes become a point of pride for students as they color and personalize the content on each page to make it more meaningful to them. How do I use doodle notes? Project the notes using a document camera or onto the whiteboard and fill them in with your class while talking through the information. Use them with a regular PowerPoint lesson and let students fill in the notes as they view the PowerPoint. Have students read the material from a source and fill in their doodle notes on their own.
Cell Division Doodle Notes
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Cell Division Doodle Notes

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This product contains 30 pages – 15 blank student note pages and 15 teacher answer key pages. Content covered includes: Purpose of Cell Division DNA Structure Cell Cycle Mitosis Sexual and Asexual Reproduction Meiosis What are Doodle Notes? Doodle notes are a visual note-taking strategy that encourages students to draw, doodle, color, and embellish their in-class notes to increase content retention. Giving students permission to doodle as they listen and learn in class helps to keep them engaged in the lesson and improves overall focus. In addition, doodling while note-taking activates both the left and right hemisphere of the brain simultaneously allowing for more cross-talk between the two hemispheres. The result? Improved retention of concepts taught in class! Not only will your students learn MORE by using doodle notes, they will enjoy making them because they can be creative. The notes become a point of pride for students as they color and personalize the content on each page to make it more meaningful to them. How do I use Doodle Notes? Project the notes using a document camera or onto the whiteboard and fill them in with your class while talking through the information. Use them with a regular PowerPoint lesson and let students fill in the notes as they view the PowerPoint. Have students read the material from a source and fill in their doodle notes on their own.
Genetics and Heredity Doodle Notes
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Genetics and Heredity Doodle Notes

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Engage your students like never before using Doodle Notes. The ability to draw and color as students take notes will have them engaged throughout your lesson while also increasing concept retention. This product contains 28 pages – 14 blank student note pages and 14 teacher answer key pages. Content covered includes: Mendel’s Experiment Monohybrid & Dihybrid Crosses Calculating Probability for Monohybrid Crosses DNA and RNA Structure Human Genome Mutation Biotechnology What are Doodle Notes? Doodle notes are a visual note-taking strategy that encourages students to draw, doodle, color, and embellish their in-class notes to increase content retention. Giving students permission to doodle as they listen and learn in class helps to keep them engaged in the lesson and improves overall focus. In addition, doodling while note-taking activates both the left and right hemisphere of the brain simultaneously allowing for more cross-talk between the two hemispheres. The result? Improved retention of concepts taught in class! Not only will your students learn MORE by using doodle notes, they will enjoy making them because they can be creative. The notes become a point of pride for students as they color and personalize the content on each page to make it more meaningful to them. How do I use Doodle Notes? Project the notes using a document camera or onto the whiteboard and fill them in with your class while talking through the information. Use them with a regular PowerPoint lesson and let students fill in the notes as they view the PowerPoint. Have students read the material from a source and fill in their doodle notes on their own.
Living Things and the Cell Doodle Notes
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Living Things and the Cell Doodle Notes

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This set of doodle notes covers characteristics of living things, viruses, cells and organelles. Doodle notes allow students to color or doodle as they learn promoting better retention of concepts by activating both hemispheres of the brain. Product includes 12 pages of graphic organizer style notes with plenty of visual aides to enhance the notes and allow students to doodle as they learn. Teacher copy of the notes also included. Topics: Characteristics of Living Things -Viruses & Virus Life Cycle Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells Organelles Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration Diffusion, Osmosis, and Active Transport Human & Microbe Interactions What are Doodle Notes? Doodle notes are a visual note-taking strategy that encourages students to draw, doodle, colour, and embellish their in-class notes to increase content retention. Giving students permission to doodle as they listen and learn in class helps to keep them engaged in the lesson and improves overall focus. In addition, doodling while note-taking activates both the left and right hemisphere of the brain simultaneously allowing for more cross-talk between the two hemispheres. The result? Improved retention of concepts taught in class! Not only will your students learn MORE by using doodle notes, they will enjoy making them because they can be creative. The notes become a point of pride for students as they color and personalize the content on each page to make it more meaningful to them. How to use doodle notes: Project the notes using a document camera or onto the whiteboard and fill them in with your class while talking through the information. Use them with a regular PowerPoint lesson and let students fill in the notes as they view the PowerPoint. Have students read the material from a source and fill in their doodle notes on their own