Practice vocabulary using words from life science. Pupils read new words associated with life science but must guess the definition. They get to discuss their initial definitions after receiving the dictionary definitions on a worksheet. This is designed to have a quiz at the end.
Students explore the importance of life science vocabulary words. In this life science vocabulary words activity, students understand that it is necessary to understand the vocabulary. Students create a word wall and fill in the blank assessments.
Students investigate the six properties of yeast. In this inquiry science lesson plan, students experiment with yeast by testing its interactions with other materials and making observations. 
Pupils examine the steps for developing science fair projects. They visit stations where they examine posters, books, and paper that describe how to research and design a science fair project. Additionally, they take notes on how to develop a project.
Every topic under the sun is covered in this New York State Regents High School Examination. With the focus of earth science, participants answer 85 quesitons about the solar system, geologic time, rocks and minerals, landforms, and more! An entire year's earth science curriculum is assessed by taking this exam.
For this earth science worksheet students complete a series of multiple choice and short answer questions on the different moon phases, gravitational pull and the earths layers.
In this earth science worksheet students complete a series multiple choice questions. There are 85 questions that include diagrams.
This extensive earth science practice test is composed of 50 multiple choice questions and 31 short answer questions. The questions cover weather, the water cycle, geology, the solar system, and more. Many of the short answer questions refer to pages in the answer booklet. This answer booklet is provided in additional materials. Answers to the multiple choice questions are not included, but there is answer sheet for those questions. Earth Science Reference Tables are not included.&lt
This comprehensive earth science practice test is composed of 50 multiple choice questions and 32 short answer questions. The questions cover weather, the water cycle, geology, the solar system, and more. Many of the short answer questions refer to pages in the answer booklet. This answer booklet is provided in additional materials. Answers to the multiple choice questions are not included, but there is answer sheet for those questions. Earth Science Reference Tables are not included
Students examine the science of drug addition. In this health related instructional activity, students take a pre-assessment about drug addiction, then read and discuss an article about how some drugs affect the brain to cause addition. They will post-assess their knowledge. The website is available to download the article.
Students explore physical science by conducting a plant experiment. In this scientific method lesson, students discuss questions scientists ask in order to properly explore certain subjects. Students utilize two plants and place one in light and one in dark in order to conduct an in class growth experiment. A Spanish version is available!
Students read about 2 groups of people who survived the Indian Ocean Tsunami and complete worksheets on them. In this tsunami lesson plan, students read about oral traditions and science.
Get your special ed students exploring science. They conduct an experiment to determine why certain objects sink and why certain objects float. This lesson is intended for 1st/2nd graders with sever to profound cognitive disabilities.
Blend chemistry with cooking in this exploration of polymers, carbohydrates, and food science. Experimenting with gelatin produces concrete examples of the bonding and ploymerization discussed in the instructional activity. Copious, comprehensive teacher resource links are attached, so give yourself time (and don't give up!) to read and digest the information if chemistry is not your strong suit. 
These full-color handouts feature two activities. The first is a reading on comets, meteors, and meteoroids. Your space science learners will examine ten phrases and determine which of the three each characterizes. The second activity involves a Web Quest in which participants visit websites about black holes, gravity, and the use of robots in space exploration. These activities are most appropriate for your upper elementary scientists.
In this basics of science worksheet, students review the metric system, the difference between homogenous and heterogenous mixtures, the scientific method, and science lab first aid. This worksheet has 15 short answer, 43 fill in the blank, and 7 matching questions.
Students learn through bubbles. In this science lesson plan, students test the effect of four differently shape wands and three geometric figures in a bubble mixture.
Students conduct an experiment. In this physical science lesson plan, students learn about Isaac Newton's theory that for every action there is an equal but opposite reaction. Students show this theory by looking at how a rocket is propelled through outer space.
In this science worksheet, 4th graders answer multiple choice questions about natural objects, rainfall, the solar system, and more. Students complete 25 questions.
Take a close look at the ways humans work to achieve and increase happiness. Cognitive researcher Nancy Etcoff offers a wide range of statistics and findings on the science behind happiness, including cultural dispositions, biological processes in the brain, and what areas have frequently been chosen as the focus for psychological studies on the pursuit of happiness.