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An infographic poster about the importance of trees in our environment.
A poster containing science safety rules for when performing experiments.
A poster of the world map featuring 64 species and subspecies that are on the critically endangered list.
A set of 64 fact cards featuring species and subspecies that are on the critically endangered list.
80 content-specific vocabulary cards for a word wall based on matter and energy.
53 reduce, reuse, and recycle word cards for use on a word wall.
A template to help introduce making a hypothesis before starting an investigation.
A worksheet for students to sort animals based on their body covering.
A worksheet that explores living and nonliving things.
A worksheet for students to distinguish between natural and man-made resources.
A cut and sort activity using animal traits.
This Earth and Space Sciences unit explores how and why observable changes occur in the sky and landscape, and develops students' ability to describe these changes in their local environment.
This Force, Motion, & Energy science unit investigates contact and non-contact forces. Demonstrations and experimental procedures are explored with particular attention given to the scientific method.
This Properties of Matter unit explores the concept that solids, liquids, and gases have different observable properties and behave in different ways.
This Chemical Sciences unit investigates natural and processed materials. Demonstrations and experimental procedures are explored with particular attention given to the scientific method.
A set of 89 task cards to help students learn about patterns in nature.
A set of task cards and picture cards to sort plants and animals into groups.
An activity to brainstorm and sort needs and wants.
A cut and paste activity where students order familiar daily events.
A set of instructions and posters to create an experiment with thermochromic slime.
A booklet of the life cycle of a butterfly.
A poster to help your students explore the topic of biodiversity.
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