Sharon du Plessis

Sharon du Plessis

Sharon du Plessis
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Six science notebook activities that can be used to teach, review and assess students’ understanding of biotic factors and abiotic factors and the organizational levels in the environment. A guide and answer key for each activity is included to assist in implementation. Biomes | Abiotic Biotic Factors | Living or Non-living | Ecology | Environment | Interactive Notebooks Science

These interactive notebook activities would be good for students and would be used to learn about the environment and to visually see how each interacts or affects another.

The Water Cycle foldable/graphic organizer. 2nd grade

The Water Cycle foldable/graphic organizer. grade -- A fun tool you can make at home to help remember the water cycle.

Materials 1 cup sand 1/2 tbsp cornstarch 1 tsp dish soap water (as needed) Optional* Food coloring Directions Step 1: In a bowl, mix fine sand and cornstarch together. Step 2: Add dish soap and water, and combine thoroughly until well mixed. Step 3: Add food coloring if you’d like! Step 4: Let dry for 1-2 hours. Step 5: Start playing!

Materials 1 cup sand tbsp cornstarch 1 tsp dish soap water (as needed) Optional* Food coloring Directions Step In a bowl, mix fine sand and cornstarch together. Step Add dish soap and water