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Students will create and design a parachute that will successfully land an egg without cracking or breaking.
Students will test and determine the differences between parachutes with or without vents.
This is the first section of Wetlands. "What are wetlands?" This is a digital version to upload to google classroom and the students can fill it in.
Students will explore different theme parks from around the world and ride some of the noteworthy rides in each. Using Google Earth and first person POV YouTube videos, students will reflect, compare and contrast as they travel along. Google Earth link is on the first slide.
I use this as a kick off to a PBL project I have uploaded (Imagineering) where students will create their own theme park.
This is a useful activity for reinforcing the requirements of plants to students. It contains a word bank for students to use. The activity is fill-in-the-blank and could be used as an assessment, partner activity, homework, or independent practice. Once filled out, it works well as a study guide as well!
This is a useful research activity for students to apply their knowledge of plant adaptations. It contains instructions for students to research plants and fill in the corresponding tables. The activity be used as a partner activity, homework, or a task for early-finishers. Once filled out, it works well as a study guide as well!
This is a useful activity for teaching the various ways plants can reproduce. It contains notes for students about the different types of reproduction, examples of each, pictures, and a short review quiz. The quiz could be used as an assessment, partner activity, homework, or independent practice. Once filled out, it works well as a study guide as well!
This task is linked to the commonly used Pearson textbook Voices of Alberta. It covers the content in Chapter 10 - Celebrate Our Past, Build Our Future. Students will be engaged by researching real Albertans who have been significant in the history of Alberta. It is an extension of their learning from earlier in the chapter.
This resource can be used as a partner/group activity, an assessment, or an extra credit or challenge activity. It's also great for those early-finishers to work on while others catch up on regular work. It is very relevant to students since they may have even been to these places! The project involves the students planning and creating a Google Slideshow on a famous Albertan that they can present to the class.
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These are questions that are linked to the commonly used Pearson textbook Voices of Alberta. The questions cover the content in Chapter 10 - Celebrate Our Past, Build Our Future.
This resource can be used as a partner activity, independent class work, homework, review, or an assessment.
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