Bring the NGSS science standards to life with these easy-to-use, printable posters for middle school science. They are perfect for showing students, parents, and administrators the science standard that is at the root of your lesson. The illustrations and kid-friendly language help students make sense of the standards. Compatible with the Next Generation Science Standards for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades.
The Case of the Missing Cake: Using a CSI Lab to Teach Chemical and Physical Changes
This blog post explains a FREE product designed to help you understand the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for both middle school and high school. These standards, and the details behind them, have been re-organized to be easier to read, understand, and implement in your classroom as you design your curriculum. Enjoy this teacher-friendly breakdown - By: It's Not Rocket Science
NGSS aligned for middle school grades 6-8 Practice 4: Analyzing and interpreting data. These graphing stations are a great way to get students to interact with the different forms of data. The graphing notes are a great resource for students to refer to as they work through the station activities.
Science Bell Ringer Journal for the Entire School Year: Middle & High School
EDITABLE Science Bell Ringer prompts for the ENTIRE school year. Save yourself tons of time! This amazing resource will have your middle school or high school science students writing, thinking critically and creatively, producing and analyzing graphs and learning SO much more! Every science teacher should have this!
For many middle school science students, this will be their first year of having science as a stand-alone class. Additionally, many middle schools are comprised of students coming from several different elementary schools. You can use these Back-to-School activities to help students practice the expectations of a science class, plus learn about each other.