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The most engaging and fun content for teaching Science to elementary and middle school students!

The most engaging and fun content for teaching Science to elementary and middle school students!
Force and Motion Lesson Plan
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Force and Motion Lesson Plan

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Surely you’ve often heard the words force and motion, but do you know what they are and how they work? Through a variety of materials including games and dynamic activities, students will discover and understand what is a force, its relation to energy, the different types of forces and how they affect the motion and shape of objects. Led by the “Elesapiens” character, this unit … Develops the concepts of forces and motion of bodies. Introduces and reviews the contact and distance forces such as friction, voltage, resistance, gravity, magnetism … Presents and explains Newton’s three laws of classical dynamics on the motion of bodies. Helps strengthen the knowledge gained in a practical way through different games and fun and dynamic activities. Is transversely related with content from other learning units. Contains activities that can be done individually and in groups, encouraging students to work with different techniques and use various resources and materials. Encourages observation, analysis and critical thinking of students. Promotes fellowship and collaboration among all members of the classroom through diverse activities and respectful communication. Motivates students as they learn in a dynamic and fun way.
Electricity Reading and Experiments
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Electricity Reading and Experiments

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Product Description If you are looking for FUN and ENGAGING STEM activities and resources on ELECTRICITY, we have a bundle for you that contains two classroom activities you cannot miss, and an ebook as a source of information. The Printable eBook, which is provided in a PDF format, contains basic definitions and concepts, explaining electricity. It is a great source of information and supporting material when conducting experiments. These classroom activities give students an opportunity to observe and experiment with electricity in a simple and safe way. KEY IDEAS: • Types of forces • Electric forces and electricity • Electrical current • Static electricity • Electricity and magnetism • Electricity as a useful form of energy Electricity Reading and Activities Bundle contains: • Key Concepts About Electricity and Magnetism – A PDF handbook with key definition and explanations on forces, electricity and magnetism • Classroom activity: Electric Lemons– An experiment designed to help the students understand the transformation of chemical into electric energy in a practical way • Classroom activity: Static Electricity - A set of activities that lets students experiment and play with static electricity Find lots of fun digital and interactive science resources at www.elesapiens.com. Discover our tools and services for Schools and Teachers.
Energy Production Infographics
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Energy Production Infographics

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If you need strong visual support for your classroom to reinforce the key ideas about ENERGY PRODUCTION from different sources, here is a great bundle of INFOGRAPHICS, POSTERS, and reading materials. The printable infographics and posters offer a great summary of the key ideas about different ways we can produce energy. The eBooks in PDF format can be printed or used for digital readings and slide presentations of basic definitions. KEY IDEAS: • Thermal and Photovoltaic energy, the processes in which these two types of energy are involved, and the consequences that result from using them • wind energy and the forms of energy that intervene in its production • hydrogen, its components and uses, as well as the fuel cell • electricity production: classified by the energy forms used for obtaining electric power • the units of energy Energy Production Posters and Reading Bundle contains: • Key Concepts about Energy – A PDF handbook with key definitions and explanations of the sources of energy • Poster: Thermal and Photovoltaic Energy – An infographic explaining Thermal and Photovoltaic energy • Poster: Hydrogen Energy – An infographic that enables the teacher to explain graphically and didactically about hydrogen • Poster: Energy Winds – An infographic about wind energy and the forms of energy that intervene in its production • Poster: Producing Electricity – An infographic depicting a unique perspective on electricity production • Poster: How Can Energy Be Measured? – An infographics about the most used power and energy in the world Find lots of fun digital and interactive science resources at www.elesapiens.com. Discover our tools and services for Schools and Teachers.
Earth's surface, landforms & plate tectonics unit
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Earth's surface, landforms & plate tectonics unit

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If you are looking for a LEARNING UNIT about LANDFORMS and TECTONIC MOVEMENTS, here is a great pack, containing an eBook, activity, quiz, glossary and posters. This unit focuses on the landforms of the earth´s crust, the internal and external processes that have been happening for millions of years, and the tectonic plates’ movement. The eBook, provided as a PDF, can be printed out or used in its digital form for slide presentations. In addition, it is combined with a glossary where students can find simple definitions of the new vocabulary. The printable infographics offer explanations of certain concepts and corresponding strong visual representations. The infographics can be used as classroom posters to reinforce students’ comprehension, enabling them to retain course material. The quiz and the classroom activity have a double use: an evaluation tool of knowledge and skills, and a self-assessing tool for students. The classroom activity gives students an opportunity to develop different skills and competences, as well as to apply and extend their knowledge. KEY IDEAS: • The different landforms and types of topography • Major continents and mountain ranges • The structure of the Earth’s crust and the different types of movements of tectonic plates • The internal and external geological processes • The interaction between humans and the natural disasters Earth’s surface, landforms and bodies of water unit contains: • Key Concepts About the Earth’s Surface – A PDF handbook with key definition and explanations • Glossary of the Earth’s Surface – A PDF reference guide that explains new vocabulary • Poster: Map of the Earth’s Crust - A poster of a world map showing tectonic plates and continents, highlighting the highest and deepest point of the Earth’s crust • Poster: Internal and External Processes – A conceptual map detailing the different types of processes that shape the Earth’s crust from the inside and from the outside • Quiz: Earth’s Surface – 10 printable questions to review and assess students’ knowledge • Poster: A Planet in Constant Change – An infographics that visually demonstrate the differences between the processes of weathering, erosion, transportation and sedimentation • Classroom activity: Human Beings and the Earth – A group activity, encouraging students to investigate, reflect and debate about the relationship between humans and the earth Find lots of fun digital and interactive science resources at www.elesapiens.com. Discover our tools and services for Schools and Teachers.
Plate Tectonics reading, activity and infographics
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Plate Tectonics reading, activity and infographics

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If you are looking for ENGAGING AND FUN resources about TECTONIC PLATES’ MOVEMENT, here is a great bundle of eBook, activity and posters. The eBook, provided as a PDF file, includes imagines and in-depth explanations of the internal and external processes that shaped Earth’s crust and the tectonic plates’ movements. It can be printed out or used in its digital form for slide presentations. The printable infographics offer explanations of certain concepts combined with strong visual representations. These diagrams can be used as classroom posters to help students retain course material and to reinforce their comprehension. The classroom activity gives students an opportunity to develop different skills and competences, as well as to apply and extend their knowledge. KEY IDEAS: • Different landforms and types of topography • Major continents and mountain ranges • The structure of the Earth’s crust and the different types of movements of tectonic plates • The internal and external geological processes Plate Tectonics reading, activity and infographics contains: • Key Concepts About the Earth’s Surface – A PDF handbook with key definition and explanations • Poster: Map of the Earth’s Crust - A poster of a world map, showing tectonic plates and continents, highlighting the highest and deepest point of the Earth’s crust • Poster: Internal and External Processes – A conceptual map detailing the different types of processes that shape the Earth’s crust from the inside and from the outside • Classroom activity: Your Seismicity Map – A research activity and construction of a model to simulate the experience of the tectonic plates’ movements, and help students draw connections to the formation of landforms Find lots of fun digital and interactive science resources at www.elesapiens.com. Discover our tools and services for Schools and Teachers.
Waves: Light and Sound
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Waves: Light and Sound

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If you are looking for a COMPLETE LESSON about SOUND AND LIGHT WAVES, here is a great bundle of eBooks, activities, quizzes, glossaries and posters. KEY IDEAS: ● Definition of waves, their properties and representation ● Difference between mechanical and electromagnetic waves ● Sound waves and their properties and characteristics ● Light propagation and energy transfer from one place to another ● Different objects in front of light ● Reflection of light and the ability to see things and color ● Colors and its relation with the decomposition of white light Waves: Light and Sound Super Bundle contains: ● Key Concepts About Waves and Sound – A PDF handbook with key definitions about waves and sound ● Glossary of Waves and Sound – A reference guide that explains new vocabulary ● Quiz: Waves and Sound – 10 questions to review and assess students’ knowledge ● Poster: Waves and Communication – A poster showing how media and information transfer is based on the transmission of waves through everyday examples ● Poster: Characteristics of Sound Waves – A poster explaining the basic wave properties (amplitude, frequency and length), and which combination of properties the different sound waves have ● Classroom activity: Discovering Sound Waves – A several activities based on experiments that help students to understand how sound waves travel and manifest on different materials ● Key Concepts About Light – A PDF handbook with key definitions about light and colors ● Glossary of Light – A reference guide that explains new vocabulary ● Poster: Characteristics of Light – An infographic featuring examples of natural and artificial light sources and explaining the differences between opaque, translucent and transparent object ● Quiz: Superquiz – Light – 31 questions divided in three levels of difficulty depending on the cognitive processes they require to review and assess students’ knowledge ● Poster: Light and Colors – A poster with several graphic examples of the decomposition of white light, and how the colors we see depend on the part of light reflected and absorbed by an object ● Classroom activity: Making a Periscope – A STEM activity divided into two parts, the experimentation and the construction Find lots of fun digital and interactive science resources at www.elesapiens.com. Discover our tools and services for Schools and Teachers.
Waves and Sound Learning Unit
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Waves and Sound Learning Unit

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If you are looking for a LEARNING UNIT about PROPERTIES OF LIGHT AND COLORS, here is a great bundle of AN eBook, activity, quiz, glossary and posters. The eBook in PDF format can be printed or viewed in digital form as a slide presentation. It includes key ideas about the properties of light, natural and artificial light sources, and colors. All the new vocabulary is collected in the glossary where students will find simple definitions and explanations. The printable infographics offer explanations of certain concepts combined with attractive visual representations. The quiz and the classroom activity can be used as both an evaluation tool of knowledge and skills, and as a self-evaluation tool for students. KEY IDEAS: ● Light propagation and energy transfer from one place to another ● Different objects in front of light ● Reflection of light and the ability to see things and color ● Colors and its relation with the decomposition of white light Light Unit contains: ● Key Concepts About Light – A PDF handbook with key definitions about light and colors ● Glossary of Light – A reference guide that explains new vocabulary ● Poster: Characteristics of Light – An infographic featuring examples of natural and artificial light sources and explaining the differences between opaque, translucent and transparent object ● Quiz: Superquiz – Light – 31 questions divided in three levels of difficulty depending on the cognitive processes they require to review and assess students’ knowledge ● Poster: Light and Colors – A poster with several graphic examples of the decomposition of white light, and how the colors we see depend on the part of light reflected and absorbed by an object ● Classroom activity: Making a Periscope – A STEM activity divided into two parts, the experimentation and the construction Find lots of fun digital and interactive science resources at www.elesapiens.com. Discover our tools and services for Schools and Teachers.
Forces, Motion and Simple Machines pack
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Forces, Motion and Simple Machines pack

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If you are looking for FUN and ENGAGING STEM resources focused on FORCE and MOTION, here is a great bundle of posters, readings, and classroom activities. The printable posters are a great visual reinforcement for your students with simple explanations and comparisons of the concepts. The EBooks are handbooks in PDF format which you can print out. You can also use them to do digital readings or make slide presentations. Some of the best features include the classroom activities and worksheets. These activities give students an opportunity to experiment with different types of forces and apply their knowledge by creating their own simple machines. KEY IDEAS: • Basic concepts on force and motion of free-bodies • Contact and distance forces such as friction, drag, gravity, magnetism, etc. • Newton’s three laws of classical dynamics on the motion of bodies explained in very simple and comprehensible language • Simple machines and their functions (screws, levers and their fulcrums, inclined planes, pulleys, etc.) • The efficiency involved in the use of machines to facilitate human work as well as save energy and resources Forces, Motion and Simple Machines pack contains: • Key Concepts About Forces and Motion - A PDF handbook with key definitions and explanations of forces and movement. • Poster: Force, Energy and Work - powerful visual comparisons of these often confused concepts. • Poster: Newton´s Laws - graphics and simple descriptions of the 3 laws • Classroom activity: Physics Olympics – A fun outdoor or indoor activity focused on experimenting with forces and movement. • Key Concepts About Machines - A PDF handbook with key definition and explanations of machines, robotics and technology. • Classroom activity: A World of Machines - Activities that help students discover the presence of simple machines in everyday life. • Poster: Simple Machines – Simple and straightforward comparisons of the structure and function of simple machines • Worksheets: Fallen words – printable worksheets in which students must use their knowledge of forces, gravity and air resistance to complete various texts Find lots of fun digital and interactive science resources at www.elesapiens.com. Discover our tools and services for Schools and Teachers.
Electromagnetism Reading & Activities
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Electromagnetism Reading & Activities

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If you are looking for ENGAGING and FUN STEM resources on ELECTRICITY and MAGNETISM, here is a great bundle that includes activities, an eBook and a poster. The classroom activities give students an opportunity to apply their knowledge and develop skills by creating prototypes while using their scientific knowledge about electricity and magnetism. The printable poster explains the abstract concept of the Earth’s magnetism, and is a strong visual reinforcement for your students. In case your students need to refresh their memory or look for definitions and explanations, the eBook is a great source of information that can be used online or printed out. KEY IDEAS: • Electric forces and electricity • Electrical current • Magnetism and Earth’s magnetic field • Electromagnetic induction Electromagnetism Reading and Activities Bundle contains: • Key Concepts About Electricity and Magnetism – A PDF handbook with key definition and explanations of electricity and magnetism • Classroom activity: Up-and-down Electromagnet – This is a fun and hands-on experiment that enables the students to understand the concept of electromagnetic induction • Classroom activity: Communication through Machines- A project in which students construct a telegraph in order to better understand efficiency and accuracy of codes and universal communication systems • Classroom activity: Playing with the Earth’s Magnetic Field – An activity where students create a compass and learn about the Earth’s magnetic field • Poster: The Earth’s Magnetic field – A simple and easy print to understand how it works Find lots of fun digital and interactive science resources at www.elesapiens.com. Discover our tools and services for Schools and Teachers.
The Magic of Water Lesson Plan
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The Magic of Water Lesson Plan

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This Learning Unit explains the Water Cycle through the endless journey of water around the planet. It makes students understand that water is always traveling and transforming itself, makes them aware of the fact that only a very small part of the planet’s water is safe to drink and makes them understand that the water they drink today is the same that a dinosaur once drank. The related activities stimulate the student’s manual, cognitive and creative skills and favor learning through reasoning and experimentation, that directly involves the student in the acquisition of new knowledge.