Earth’s Place in the Universe Interactive Organizers contains everything you need to create interactive science notebooks for your astronomy unit. This 221 page resource is aligned to the Next Generation Middle School Earth and Space Science Standards, following sequentially down MS-ESS1. $
Teaching science can be engaging with this hands-on activity. This experiment helps students see that weathering and erosion can be slowed down but not stopped. Check out this science teaching idea for your elementary classroom!
Interactive Earth Science Notebooks! My students love this bundle! 10 units including rocks minerals and gems, plate tectonics, photosynthesis, earth cycles, volcanoes, the rock cycle, biomes, energy, ecosystems, weather, and climate
2nd Grade-Water Cycle 112.13. Science, Grade 2 (8) Earth and space. The student knows that there are recognizable patterns in the natural world and among objects in the sky. The student is expected to: (C) explore the processes in the water cycle, including evaporation, condensation, and precipitation, as connected to weather conditions.
I found this the other day when looking for a quick science lesson to do with my tutee at the Boys and Girls Club. What a fun way to teach the different moon phases! Although this is geared toward second grade, I think that it can easily be tweaked to use in all elementary grade levels. 9977
Grade 3: Earth and Space Science exploring soils. Edible soil recipie. Make this with your students and enjoy learning while eating. Heres a link to the recipe http://soil.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.php?section=79
Solar System Flip Book 3rd grade planets science How to assemble: print each page and cut on the dotted line. Place the pages on top of each other from biggest to smallest so that you can see each planet title. Staple at the top and Voila! Have the students answer the questions for each planet and then illustrate the planet.
All About Rocks, Minerals, and Gems - Great for teaching GEOLOGY and identifying minerals (such as quartz or gypsum) with evaluating color, texture, density, hardness, and more. Part of the Earth Science INTERACTIVE Notebook Series!