From Chemistry Corner: Lewis structures! The task cards included in this packet will fit nicely into a bonding unit as students study Lewis Structures. You will also find included on the teacher’s tips pages suggestions for several different ways to use the task cards. The teacher’s tips section also includes strategies for teaching Lewis Structures including the sequence of the lesson, and using the HONC Rule.

Lewis Structure Task Cards

A blog post about keeping middle/high school students engaged all lesson.

Tips for Keeping Students Engaged

HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL: Keep your students active and engaged! Get them moving for better learning.

Ten Simple Ways to Get Your Students Moving & Learning

We Teach High School: First days: Rules

First days: Rules

Classroom Organization: Managing Student Absences. Great tips from a high school teacher on how to keep track of student absences and the work missed!

Classroom Organization: Managing Student Absences

7 First week of school activities for high schoolers

First week of school activities for high schoolers

Science & Literacy: 20 differentiated set of passages, multiple choice, short answer, and extended response (Paid resource great for 4th-5th)

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A ton of high school "non-worksheet" activities to break up the monotony in this post. Love this blog.

square root of negative one teach math: Creative Inspiration

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Gr.6-10. This is a four part EDITABLE ELEMENTS PROJECT with students' instructions, marking scheme and teacher instruction sheets. The usual element project either involves a poster, pamphlet or presentation on an element. This is a different project which requires more imagination, creativity and synthesis from the students. It is also more fun. Since I have moved towards this type of element project, students have created higher quality work and are more on task.

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Science notebook: energy, circuits, and simple machines.

Keeping up with the Science Interactive Notebook

I love these Easter egg rockets! What an awesome science experiment for kids.

Easter Egg Rockets - The Stem Laboratory

"Element Connections" Purpose of game: To review information about the Periodic Table and the elements. This is best done as a review game at the end of a unit, when you have already taught about atomic numbers and weights, family groups on the Table (alkali metals, transition metals, etc.), and some basic facts about the more common elements.

"Element Connections" (a bingo-type game for ages 8-14)

Period Table of Balloons demonstrates the periodic trends of atomic and ionic radius. (Blue: Atoms; Green: Cations; White: Anions). Lines made with blue painters' tape. (Nov 2011)

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This website has some awesome stuff for teaching science

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Magic Tea Bag Rocket

Magic Tea Bag Rocket - awesome Science Experiment for kids!

Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt - Middle School Science Class Activity. This 20 question scavenger hunt has students navigate themselves around the information available on the periodic table. Compatible with most textbook versions of the periodic table. This activity makes a great anticipatory set, early finisher activity, or quick informal assessment. Available in Kristin Lee's Science (and more!) Shop on TeachersPayTeachers.

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Element Connections - a mix between Bingo and trivia, pdf of clues and board are available, there is only one filled in board, more would need to be made for a class

"Element Connections" (a bingo-type game for ages 8-14)

SCIENCE Circuit diagrams

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Site may be a good resource or videos and visuals. Pre-reading material? Lab Tips in Types of Bonds and Orbitals

Types of Bonds and Orbitals

Free electromagnetic spectrum worksheets available at in the physics section under science.

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