Earth and space. The students know that Earth consists of useful resources and its surface is constantly changing. The student is expected to:
Read and learn about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch with a reading comprehension passage and worksheet pack.
Practice reading comprehension skills and learn about microplastic pollution in our oceans with a reading comprehension activity.
Identify and label different layers with this soil profile worksheet.
A cloze worksheet about floods.
Explore where natural resources are found with a pair of differentiated natural resource worksheets.
Teach your students about the things we do that affect the Earth with an ecological footprint reference sheet.
Create a more sustainably-friendly classroom with this 18-page teacher's guide.
Examine renewable and nonrenewable energy sources, including wind energy, hydro energy, solar energy, natural gas, oil, and coal with a pair of printable posters.
Identify and describe different soil types with this worksheet.
Display different ways to save water with this water conservation foldable.
Review the different natural resources with a word search.
Imagine and depict what a world without water would look like with a drawing prompt worksheet.
Inspire discussions about ocean pollution and environmental impact with an Earth Day art project.
A natural disaster inquiry task with graphic organizer and newspaper article planning sheet.
Discuss processed and natural materials and their differences with an instructional slide deck.
Help your students uncover the ways that humans use natural resources with a concept map.
Compare and contrast different types of renewable energy sources with a printable graphic organizer.
Learn about environmental changes and how they affect living things with this worksheet.
Inspire sustainable practices in the classroom with a pack of printable Earth Day Quotes.
Investigate water pollution and discover the effects of oil spills on wildlife with a hands-on science lab!
Learn about the importance of water to life on Earth, along with where our water comes from, with an instructional slide deck.
Review science vocabulary terms with an engaging renewable energy word search.
Answer questions related to renewable and nonrenewable resources with this printable board game.
Showcase the features of natural and man-made environments with printable anchor charts.
Investigate the waste produced from school lunches and create a plan of action to reduce waste with a school lunch waste analysis project.
Learn and demonstrate knowledge about water conservation with a "Being Water Wise" poster project.
Build comprehension skills and learn about human impact on ecosystems with a reading passage and worksheets.
Discover the difference between renewable and nonrenewable energy sources with a comprehension passage and worksheet.
An earthquake inquiry task with graphic organizer and newspaper article planning sheet.
Read and understand an infographic about Deforestation with a thought-provoking poster and comprehension questions.
Boost vocabulary skills and understanding with an illustrated water cycle word wall.
Teach your students ways to save water with a printable poster and worksheet pack.