Students will complete 2 interactive notebook activities about the transfer of thermal energy - conduction, convection and radiation. Students will make a booklet in which they define these terms using Frayer models. Students will then make pocket foldables with sorting cards. The cards include verbal descriptions and picture images of each type of energy transfer.
In this activity, students identify the difference in temperature between two objects by identifying one as the hotter and one as the colder. Then, they draw an arrow to indicate the flow of thermal energy between the two objects. Finally, they answer questions to review the flow of thermal energy, how equilibrium is reached, what happens at equilibrium and how to disturb thermal equilibrium.
Interactive Notebooks: Science Resource Book Third Grade
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The game includes 16 separate matching puzzle piece sets that can be used to review air masses and fronts! It can be used for individual students, learning centers, stations, pairs, or as a group activity. You can also give each student a piece of the puzzle as they enter the class room or later during class and then tell them to find the person who has the match.
Students will complete several interactive notebook activities about the different types of energy including thermal, electrical, mechanical,light, and chemical energy. The activities can be completed as a unit interactive or independently. Teacher suggestions have been included for the activities.
Energy Science Stations that help students gain a robust understanding of energy, energy transfer, and conservation of energy. Includes a variety of energy science activities for fourth grade science stations. Electrical energy, thermal energy, potential energy.