A fantastic project to use while teaching or reviewing the phases of the moon and the different types of eclipses!  The project asks students to ...

Easy Science Experiments: Moon Phases and Eclipses Project

A fantastic project to use while teaching or reviewing the phases of the moon and the different types of eclipses! The project asks students to ...

Phases of the Moon Project

Phases of the moon is always a difficult concept for students to visualize and explain. This phases of the moon project is used for students to demonstrate understanding of the phases of the moon through pictures and descriptions. It includes all 8 major

7 Ideas to Teach Students about Moon Phases — The Science Penguin

7 Ideas to Teach Students about Moon Phases

Great for Rosh Chodesh! 7 Ideas to Teach Students about Moon Phases (Ideas & Paid Resources from The Science Penguin)

Heredity Tree; fantastic for student side of science notebook.

The Gigantic Book of Genes / Book Week 2017 / Heredity Tree; fantastic for student side of science notebook.

1. Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. 2. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. 3. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school.

Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school. Like the calendar with their names!

When students ask a question no one in the class knows (including myself), they can put it up on the Google Board. Students can bring back a written answer to one of the questions of their choice each week for extra credit, or whatever incentive you choose. They get really excited when a question comes up that they can put on the board and find out the answer to later...

When a student asks a question no one knows the answer to, including the teacher, the question will go up on this board. Students can bring back a written answer to one of the questions of their choice each week for extra credit.

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