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Students examine Earth science by participating in a water experiment. In this water cycle lesson, students identify the importance of the sun and evaporation in the cycle of water. Students utilize an aquarium, plastic wrap, water and a lamp to conduct an evaporation experiment.
Learners complete multi-curricular activities for fractions, weather, rhyming words, the writing process, and a science journal. First, pupils read a poem and observe the weather to complete a weather chart. They brainstorm about the weather and complete a weather prediction activity using weather symbols. They also complete a thermometer activity, a rhyming words activity, and cause and effect activity.
Young scientists explore Earth elements by conducting an experiment. They define water vocabulary terms such as condensation and precipitation. In addition, they conduct a water experiment in which they build a terrarium, so they can observe a smaller scale water cycle in their class.
The four worksheets here are provided to introduce your learners to new vocabulary on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Each list contains seven vocabulary words focused on a specfic vowel pair. First the learner hears the word, and then they hear the definition. The second activity requires learners to unscramble the jumbled vocabulary words, and the final activity has them write a sentence for each vocabulary word. Then, record how quickly and accurately learners can say the list of vocabulary words.
Part of a unit on Arizona's biotic communities, this lesson focuses on the vocabulary to be used. Terms include biodiversity, topography, desert, hybridization, niche, and more! Youngsters will define these words from contextual situations, use them in sentences, and then solve a crossword puzzle by the definitions. The rest of this outstanding unit can be found online or via Lesson Planet.
Students practice spelling words with the long e sounds using ee or ea. For this ee or ea lesson plan, students complete words using the ee or ea pattern, identify rhyming words, and write a rhyming poem using ee words. Using word and picture cards, students complete the words adding the missing ee or ea letters. Students will also have an opportunity to complete words by adding phonemes and graphemes at the end of words.