Design a "Kerpoof" story! Use the online storybooking tool "Kerpoof" to get students to create a solution and story for how they can reduce waste and manage pollution in their school. Students can be creative and present their story to the whole class. Find it at: http://www.kerpoof.com
Remembering all of the components of photosynthesis can be overwhelming! This activity is a foldable that breaks up the monotony of just paper pencil practice. Use as in class practice, homework, or an assessment.
Students go through 12 quick, fun lab stations that provide students with practice at citing evidence and determining if reactions are chemical or physical changes. Students burn salts, create precipitates, and blow bubbles in this fun lab series!
Theory of Continental Drift This card set contains common vocabulary and evidence about the Theory of Continental Drift and Alfred Wegener. I use the cards during my middle school Earth unit to play "Go Drift" (A continental drift version of "Go Fish") for reinforcement, or when students finish an activity early and need something to do. They love it!