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Here’s a free printable poster I made to show kids different branches of science and what they study. Teachers and parents, you can download it here and print it for school or home use (no commercial uses allowed). For more free printable posters, visit my […]
Want a fun way to change up how you assess your students? While there is value in giving multiple choice assessments (students need to have these test taking skills to pass the ACT and SAT), I also like to change it up. Not all students do well with multiple choice or written tests, and offering ... Read more
Little 2nd grade Science Thinkers is a complete science curriculum for 2nd grade. It includes scripted lesson plans for the teacher, nonfiction read aloud books that can be printed or projected, PowerPoints to go with each lesson, as well as lesson activities and science investigations.
Physical and Chemical Changes of Matters The change of matter is divided into "physical" and "chemical". Changes seen only in the external structure of matter are physical. In a chemical change, a change is observed in the identity of the substance, that is, in its internal structure. Physical Change It ıs the change that can be noticed through observation. The color or shape of the substance changes. Physical changes are collected in 8 main groups. 1. Breaking Example: breaking wood…
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