Lesson Plans for Middle School Science
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Studying Earth Sciences: Ideas for Webquests on Soil Thinking of a fun and engaging activity to teach the concept of soil to your class? Here is a soil webquest that allows students to browse through a number of relevant websites, as well as to interact with each other as they go about the tasks.
Smart Ways to Use the SMART Board in Science Lessons SMART Board technology can be used to make exciting science lessons. This article describes games, pictures and multimedia tools to use the interactive SMART Board in elementary science lessons. These activities and resources are fun and easy to use.
Planet Poster: Middle School Astronomy Project This Planet Poster can be assigned at the end of a unit on the solar system. Middle schoolers enjoy choosing their own planet and using their creativity to produce an interesting and informative astronomy poster displaying what they learned about their planet.
Teaching How to Use a Triple-Beam Balance Need to teach your students how to find the mass of an object using a triple beam balance? This guide will give you a clear and concise teaching approach to present to the student, allowing you to not only teach them about the device's function, but how to use it as well.
A Science Lesson Plan on Digestion for Middle School Students Teaching middle school students about the systems of the human body can be exciting. This family and consumer science lesson plan on digestion allows you to get an idea of just how much your students have learned about digestion and how it works. These activities help review and reinforce material.
Writing Prompts for the Home Economics Class How is the use of writing prompts for home economics classes useful? Students learn best when they are able to reflect on what they have learned. Giving them writing prompts on the topics they have studied helps enhance their learning as well as develops their writing skills.
Activities for Studying the Solar and Lunar Eclipse Solar and lunar eclipses are wonderful things to experience and observe. However, when learning about solar and lunar eclipses, there is not always an eclipse happening to observe! This article suggests a few activities to help students learn about solar and lunar eclipses.