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Apples are here! There is a true or false statement about apples on each task card. An Apples response form is included for student response. An answer key is provided for the teacher. A worksheet with information identical to the task cards is provided for students who need an alternative format. These task cards correspond with “Apples” by Gail Gibbonsm but may be used with your own unit about apples.
Birds are the focus of these 22 short-answer science task cards. Use these cards as a web quest, with your own unit about birds, or to correspond with Do You Know About Birds? by Buffy Silverman Response forms for students and an answer key for the teacher are provided. For students who need an alternative format, a worksheet with text identical to the task cards is included.
Light is the focus of these 36 true or false task cards. Though the cards are best used to correspond with Light: From Sun to Bulbs by Christopher Cooper, they may be used with your own science unit about light. There is a response form for students and an answer key for the teacher. A worksheet with text identical to the task cards is included for students who need an alternative format.
Magnets are the focus of these true or false science task cards.cards with your own unit or to correspond with What Magnets Can Do by Allan Fowler. A response form for students and an answer key for the teacher are provided. Text identical to the task cards is provided in a worksheet for students who need an alternative format.
China Fact Cards - Treetop Displays - A set of 18 A5 fact cards that give key, fun and interesting facts about China. Each fact card has a key word heading, making this set an excellent topic-based word wall/ word bank as well! Visit our website for more information and for other printable classroom resources by clicking on the provided links. Designed by teachers for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2).
Dodo (1681): The dodo was a flightless bird endemic to the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. Dodo’s are considered an archetype for extinct species because the extinction took place in recorded history, and was directly caused by man. The dodo was first mentioned by Dutch sailors in 1598. By 1681, all dodos had been killed by hungry sailors or their domesticated animals. No complete dodo specimens exist to this day, making the external appearance hard to determine.
ROCKS AND MINERALS: TASK CARDS AND MORE! -Help students remember rocks and mineral facts with this fun resource that includes task cards, three center or seatwork activities, a whole group activity, plus a rocks and minerals game! Addresses the New Generation science standards for fourth grade: ESS1.C and ESS2.A. $
BASKING SHARK After the whale shark, the basking shark is the second largest living fish, and can grow up to 32 feet long. They have giant mouths and highly developed gill rakers (or filter-feeders). These sharks are often mistaken for plesiosaurs, a group of long-necked, predatory marine reptiles that lived at the time of the dinosaurs and are thought to have gone extinct over 65 million years ago. The International Union for Conservation of Nature lists these giant sharks as vulnerable ...