Wendy Allan
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This would be great for stations, groups could work on these and at the end of class they could all be hung up.  It would be a great way to show group comprehension of the subject.

This would be great for stations, groups could work on these and at the end of class they could all be hung up. It would be a great way to show group comprehension of the subject.Great to use as anchor chart for science unit

With learning what the different weather patterns are, it is just as important to understand what causes weather. Students can create this chart as a reference. Also I could turn this chart into a game where I add a spinner to the middle of the chart and call on groups of students to give an example of a weather pattern for whichever spot the pointer lands on.

Weather & Climate - When doing a lesson over the different factors that contribute to weather, this can be a useful activity to identify the weather instruments that are utilized to measure various factors including wind speed and air pressure.

I didn't want to pay for it so I just made one of my own. LOVE THE SONG! MB :)  Matter song

States of Matter Science Activities including a poem that students can learn to help them better understand the difference between solids, liquids and gasses.

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Physical Science: States of Matter. This is a great exercise for Third Grade. Also, there are many other fun activities in the NO PREP Packet for May!

Physical Science: States of Matter & Light is energy. This is a great exercise for Third Grade. Also, there are many other fun activities in the NO PREP Packet for May!

States of Matter FREEBIE! Students will cut out the pictures, sort them into the correct #StatesOfMatter group and glue. 2 versions included.

States of Matter FREEBIE! Students will cut out the pictures, sort them into the correct States of Matter group and glue. Perfect for a quick assessment or Science Center activity.