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If your school has a photovoltaic system and you have access to its temperature data, then this is an outstanding lesson in energy efficiency. Environmentalists consider four days' worth of data and use critical thinking to apply data to various situations including heat pollution and industry, wildlife, and agriculture. Extensions, background information, and internet resources are provided to equip you to guide your physical science surveyors through this exercise.
In this integers worksheet, students solve 20 various types of problems to include writing statements as integers, writing positive or negative integer for each point on a number line, and arranging integers from smallest to largest. They also write an integer for each given product and/or quotient. Finally, students determine the value of each product and quotient and determine the missing integer.
Learners write the adjective found in five sentences on the lines provided, and circle the adjective in parentheses that completes five other sentences. They choose the best adjective in the word bank that completes three additional sentences. Everyone answers the five questions in the "review and assessment" section of the instructional activity.
If you want a brief exercise on possessive pronouns, this worksheet may come in handy. It provides an example of a sentence that was improved by using a possessive pronoun, and then nine additional sentences for practice. Young grammarians conclude the exercise by writing a paragraph that includes possessive pronouns. Appropriate for late elementary and lower middle school.