Tuesday, November 18, 2014

7-minute Science Vocabulary Practice: Energy in an Ecosystem

Students need time to practice and deepen their understanding of new science vocabulary.  Here are 5 stations that I created that helped kids review the concepts relating to energy in an ecosystem.  Students loved getting up and moving from station to station, where they completed 5 different hands-on tasks to extend their learning of food chains and food webs.

I love sharing my latest creations with my active blog and store followers!  These 7-minute Science vocabulary stations are a new addition to my store.  If you would like to grab them for free, follow me at http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kates-Classroom-Cafe for an exclusive follower-only message (in the next 48 hours) about a chance to download these for free (for a limited time).

NOTE:  THIS FREE OFFER HAS EXPIRED, but if you would like to be notified of future free downloads, please be sure to follow this blog!

Seven minute science? Setting a timer for 7-minutes kept the class moving at a fast pace!

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  1. Kate, I got the email in my TPT email inbox, but when I click on the link it says "We looked around and couldn't find the page you asked for."

  2. Oh no! How frustrating...The link that came in the message doesn't work! Here is the link...Grab it quick! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Energy-in-an-Ecosystem-Vocabulary-Stations-1563023

  3. Here is the link that was included in the TpT inbox message. Hope this works! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Energy-in-an-Ecosystem-Vocabulary-Stations-1563023

  4. The link just came up on my FB this morning but offer has expired. :(



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