Are you looking for a fun, hands-on approach to teaching students about the water cycle? Check out this super-cool project from Classroom Freebies! Try making these mini water cycle models from rotisserie chicken containers!
Water, water everywhere ... A super foldable idea! (Somewhat aligned, needs adjustment) Content Statement: 7th Grade Earth and Space Science-The hydrologic cycle illustrates the changing states of water as it moves through the lithosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere.
This is a landform flipbook that students can create in order to differentiate between the different types of landforms. This activity could be done as guided practice, and it could also be an assessment tool after a lesson on landforms.
Landforms! Ideas and Freebie :) This post has some really good ideas on teaching landforms. There is a poster, a hands on lab, and even an edible option. Very engaging and appropriate for our students with special needs, especially autism. Read more and download your FREEBIE at: http://brincaintobilingualnicolau.blogspot.com/2013/12/what-we-have-been-up-to-this-week.html