A worksheet that explores changes to observable features of the environment.
Use this educational worksheet when exploring the concept of observable changes when studying about the environment in the Science classroom.
Students look at features of a local environment, decide if they are living or non-living, and then predict whether they will change in a week. They also draw a picture of what they think the feature will look like in one week’s time.
This worksheet aims to help students make connections between the features of an object and predicted changes. An answer sheet is also included.
This teaching resource would be an excellent addition to a lesson or unit that explores observable features and changes.
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