This download is perfect if you are looking for a way for students to develop their reading skills within the science classroom setting. Reading, decoding word meaning, and visualizing is necessary in every content area.This passage contains 3 pages of reading that covers the 7 main parts of a cell including: nucleus, cytoplasm, mitochondria, cell membrane, vacuole, chloroplast, and cell wall.
Students need an outlet; thanks to Kyle Schwartz #Iwishmyteacherknew movement, open lines of communication and relief for our students can be present at all times. These printables make it easy to add this movement as a permanent part of your classroom.
Paragraph Structures Task Cards - These will really help your students to learn what goes in a paragraph and where it should go. Differentiate with two response sheets - multiple choice for beginners and short answer for more advanced students.
Reminder Labels: Just stick them on students' t-shirts before they go home, or add the stickers to students' planners or take-home folders. It's much easier (and cuter!) than printing notes on paper that will likely get lost in the shuffle...
Such a simple idea for Greek and Latin Roots!!! Posting the root word wheel outside of my door, it acts as a “Password” as my 5th graders enter into my classroom. Each morning, students lead a simple, 3-5 minute activity working with our root - recording it, listing it, picturing it, chanting it, and teaching it.
Bricks, feathers, and Archimedes, oh, my! Have your students totally engaged with this lesson covering density, mass, and volume. Includes PowerPoint presentation, Cornell style notes, a foldable, and embedded video clips. Perfect for classes that use interactive notebooking. Created by Mister Science.