Start the school year off right with this FREE first chapter of The Earth Science Interactive Notebook series: Intro to Earth Science. The concepts in this chapter will introduce some key vocabulary and enable students to start understanding the different systems of Earth and all the branches of science that Earth Science entails. Each chapter in the series will showcase many activities for the students (both middle and high school) to process the information given by teachers.
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Solar System Word Search
Science week 8-9. Worksheets: Solar System Word Search
What’s the best way to understand how a seed turns into a plant? Watch it happen! #CommunityConnect blog post.
This HANDS ON and INTERACTIVE science activity helps clear up misconceptions about how the EARTH and MOON orbit the SUN.
Digestive System Foldable - Big Foldable for Interactive Notebooks or Binders
This Giant Foldable (3 pieces of 8.5"x11" paper taped together) provides students with a large enough area to write down all the functions of the digestive system structures in one place. Students LOVE the large size and it creates a great review sheet as well as coloring activity. Perfect for interactive notebooks or it can be hole punched and put into a binder.
Weather and Climate: Earth Science Interactive Notebook
The Earth Science Interactive Notebook: Weather and Climate chapter will never leave students feeling “cloudy” about their lessons. Each chapter in the series will showcase many activities for the students to process the information given by the teacher then allow them to use self-direction to apply their new knowledge. The engaging activities always vary to enable all students to use and benefit from different learning styles.
Earth Science PowerPoints Interactive Bundle
Earth Science - My students love watching these powerpoint presentations while creating their interactive notebooks!
The atmosphere of the Earth serves as a key factor in sustaining the planetary ecosystem. The thin layer of gases that envelops the Earth is held in place by the planet's gravity.