Photo credit: Unknown source Research provides a solid way for students to learn about the systems of the body. As teams they can create a presentation to share what they learned with others. For the muscular system, they can use these guiding questions: What is its main function, and what other functions are provided?, What […]
Photo credit: The History Channel As students learn about the various systems of the body, I like to break up some of the work on packets with some small labs and with 4 episodes from the series titled Evolve from the History Channel. I like to show the episode titled “Skin” when students learn about […]
Photo credit: If you think you have what it takes to be a trivia master, play Know it All! This game asks trivia questions related to the following categories: English, Math, Reading, Science, & Social Studies. The first one to 1,000 points wins!
Photo credit: DepositPhotos This Kahoot provides an opportunity for students to review the different forms of energy, and how one form of energy can transform into another.
Here is a weblink to an example of the type of energy booklet that this years 6th graders are creating: https://spark.adobe.com/page/JGrjNCXUCIcHC/ They are using pictures and their own words to answer the same four questions for all 9 forms of energy. Where does the energy come from (the answer is essentially the same for all […]
Photo credit: Best Physics Tuition Centre This Kahoot will help students review concepts related to electromagnetism.
Photo credit: PBS kids (& Kratt Brothers Company Ltd.) The Kratt Brothers have paired up with PBS kids to provide games for students, like Rhino Bowl, which help them learn about animal adaptations. Below are links to games for several different animals. Photo credit: PBS kids (& Kratt Brothers Company Ltd.) In Aardvark Town, students’ […]
Photo credit: newsela Here are some articles to introduce students to the concepts of fusion, plasma, and magnetic fields. Students can select the reading difficulty level that best suits their abilities. Some articles also have a Spanish option. If not, Google Translate is an add-on that does a good job translating into many other languages. […]
Photo credit: www.glennlewisphotography.com I made an awesome Kahoot for reviewing the concept of desity. Kahoot is a game show style game. You need one computer to project the questions and possible answers, and you need a cell phone, iPad, Chromebook, or other device to input the answers. This is best played in a classroom setting, […]
Photo Credit: “What Goes Around, Come Around” by Bonnie Monteleone Last year, my 6th and 7th grade students collected a series of articles and videos that focus on New Energy Technologies That Reduce Climate Change. This year, I teach only 6th grade and this year’s students are tackling the problem of plastic. It is floating […]