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Get these 10 anchor charts to help your students remember important science concepts. Topics included: Force and Motion, Insulators and Conductors, Moon Phases, The Water Cycle, Plant Life Cycle, Natural Resources, Types of Energy, The Scientific Method, and States of Matter. These low-prep printables are anchor to use in any science journal!

Science Mini Anchor Charts

Get these 10 anchor charts to help your students remember important science concepts. Topics included: Force and Motion, Insulators and Conductors, Moon Phases, The Water Cycle, Plant Life Cycle, Natural Resources, Types of Energy, The Scientific Method, and States of Matter. These low-prep printables are anchor to use in any science journal!

Introducing Earth Science Interactive Notebooks - Plate Tectonics from Nitty Gritty Science!

Plate Tectonics: Earth Science Interactive Notebook

Introducing Earth Science Interactive Notebooks - Plate Tectonics from Nitty Gritty Science! Great way to get students interacting.

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Build a strong classroom community by adding gardening to your weekly routine. Students use garden journals to learn about plant life cycle and social skills. They learn plant life cycle, plant needs, and parts of a plant.

How Gardening Changed our Classroom Community

Build a strong classroom community by adding gardening to your weekly routine. Students use garden journals to learn about plant life cycle and social skills. They learn plant life cycle, plant needs, and parts of a plant.

How to Memorize the Periodic Table in a Week - with no flashcards, music, or courses! Homeschool #science for elementary, middle school, junior high or high school

How to Memorize the Periodic Table in a Week

How to Memorize the Periodic Table in a Week - with no flashcards, music, or courses! Homeschool for elementary, middle school, junior high or high school

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