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Anchor chart for helping students write a scientific explanation using the claim, evidence, reasoning framework.Please leave feedback! Thank you! :)
tina ross saved to grade 5 science
As teachers, we are always on a budget. Decorating classrooms can get pricey. When I first started teaching I was spending a fortune online and at teaching supply stores to buy science posters so my walls weren’t so drab. Since then, I’ve been creating my own science posters that the library will print for me ... Read more
Jennifer Wall saved to MIDDLE SCIENCE
Kindergarten: Looking Closely: Observing, Labeling, and Listing Like Scientists
Sentence stems help students communicate what they are thinking about, help many students with special needs, and provide focus for our lesson.
The Science Penguin saved to FUN Social Studies
There's always a big push to integrate subjects, especially in order to meet standards. This post shares five ways to integrate writing into science class!
Patricia Peña saved to SCIENCE
Find tips to incorporating text annotation into your secondary science class. Scientific literacy is an important skill in a complicated world and annotating non-fiction texts is a great way to work on it with your students. It's hard to add another thing to your plate - so click through for tips to incorporating annotation quickly and efficiently. A collaboration between Science with Mrs. Lau and Kristin Lee Resources.
Elementary Antics saved to Teaching: Science
Perfect for the SEP of argumentation! BLOG POST: What is CER (claim, evidence, and reasoning) and how to implement it in your science classroom
Looking for 5th grade anchor charts? Try some of these anchor charts in your classroom to promote visual learning with your students.
Krista Pourcillie Chapis saved to School Resources
Science borders are boundaries that surround each side, namely up, down, left and right on a certain space in the layout. This boundary is usually made in the form of a simple line.
M Alizadeh saved to Chemistry