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Adaptations Q4 Great Adaptations activity! Fun and engaging! Includes behavioral and physical adaptations. Engages students with coloring, map interpretation, and reading. Funny, comic style design further enhances engagement. Great classwork, homework, or substitute activity. Designed for middle grade students, most appropriate for 4th through 7th grade students.

This link shows how to make a life-sized human body map. Students trace their own body then make and place their bones and organs within the tracing where they would be inside their actual body. Label, color code, and use texture. This is a great way to teach and assess students' understanding of the human body.

This is a really yummy way to teach Matter, teaching matter with root beer floats! Love it....Common Core & So Much More!

Exploring astronomy: solar system race to the sun hopscotch review game from Raising Little Rhodies

Makes me laugh everytime

Ecosystems and Adaptations Q4 With this fun and engaging research project, students will write from an animal's point of view and create a booklet using nonfiction text features. Meets Common Core Standards.

A hands-on science demonstration (and sensory tub idea) to learn what blood is made of! See "What's blood?" on kidshealth.org for background information suitable for kids... modify the shape of the platelets as desired during your demonstration. Great idea!