Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Volume Practice Freebie

I hope you all had very Merry Christmas! I just posted some volume review worksheets that I created for my students.  As always, I'm going to send them to a few new followers who leave their email address for me in a comment.  If you are interested, sign up to follow this blog and leave me a comment including your email address.  I'll send the file to you within a day or so!
Download a preview at http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Volume-Practice-for-Science

13 comments:

  1. I just discovered your site via a link at the Science Teaching Junkie blog. I love these worksheets; volume is something my students can always use more review on. arenaissanceteacher@gmail.com

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  2. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. I'll email you the volume worksheet pack today!

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  3. I recently subscribed to your blog posts after finding your materials on TpT. I would love to try these worksheets on volume in math and/or science class with my fifth graders. debbieboye85@gmail.com

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    1. Great! I'll send you the file via email today. Thanks for visiting my blog. I'm going to try to post more free items here in 2013 so be sure to stop back. Happy Teaching!

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  4. Just wanted to return the blogging love! Thanks for visiting my site. I love your products. My 8th graders still struggle with the basic skills (reading a graduated cylinder, correctly using a triple beam balance and reading a ruler). I'd love to check out what you've made... shayna_rose@yahoo.com

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  5. It is so nice of you to take the time to stop by! I'll send you the volume file via email today. By the way, I absolutely love your ribbon idea for posting guiding questions. It is a pain to write all that information on the board each day or two and I often skimp on that aspect in order to have other prep time. I do think guiding questions can help kids (and teachers) stay on target, so you have given me the perfect way to make it happen in my classroom!! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  6. Wow! I just discovered your blog. I love the various resources that you have created. Eighth grader are still struggling with reading a graduated cylinder and finding volume.

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  7. I would love some volume review practice. My email is vov at hpisd dot org. Thanks.

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  8. I would love to use this in my class. My email is dlove@bcpschools.org Thank you

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  9. I love this volume worksheet and your classroom website! You are certainly full of great ideas! I would love a copy of your volume worksheet to use in my life science class! Thank you in advance for your generosity! Sincerely, G. Waller
    email - wallerpg@lcsedu.net

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  10. ELL Science TeacherJuly 16, 2017 at 9:45 PM

    I found out about your blog via Pinterest. I would love to use the volume review practice with my ELL science students in the fall. I can be reached at m.zulak@yahoo.ca Thanks in advance!

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  11. I would love to use your volume packet with my 6th grade science students. Kdshanks@hammond.k12.in.us

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  12. I would love a copy of your Volume Review Sheet for my 4th grade STEM classes.
    msedlma@schools.nyc.gov

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