Continental Drift Simulation! Privode students with this website on the theory of continental drift. It comes with a quiz that students can complete to check their understanding. Find it at: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/astronomy/planets/earth/Continents.shtml
pickles and ketchups--On Fridays, place them on the board. Anyone who has turned in all of their assignments is a "pickle" so write their name under the pickle sign. Anyone who is missing an assignment has their name placed under the ketchup bottle. Pickles can "pick" a fun game or activity, while "ketchups" catch up on missing work. It is amazing how quickly assignments come in!
Rocks and Landforms Animation! This is a link to a fun and easy activity to get students to link rock types to different landforms and types of erosion. Have students complete this activity before an Earth science practical to check understanding. Find it at: http://www.footprints-science.co.uk/index.php?module=2=The%20rock%20cycle=Section2=1
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in your science classroom with these fun and challenging differentiated leprechaun worksheets. In these worksheets, the students will create Punnett squares to determine the likelihood of certain genotypes and phenotypes in leprechauns.
Heart Rate Math: Ratios & Proportions Activity with STEM Career Connection. Students learn about heart rate and the importance of this number in sports medicine. They compute their own heart rate after various activities and graph the results. They calculate the target heart rate and answer critical thinking questions. Perfect for middle school math!