If you’re looking for Secondary Math and Science resources for your students, look no further. You’re in for a treat. We’re featuring an incredible collection of resources for this series and they’re sure to support the skills proficiency of the young mathematicians and scientists you’re developing.
Get ready to dig into these resources for your students, half of which are FREE!
It’s FREE!“I’m always looking for ways to mix it up with my students and offer something different. This Factoring Quadratic Trinomials Boom Card deck provides a fun way to do this and works great in a virtual or inclass environment! Offering one factor as a solution eliminates students “working backwards” and multiplying binomials to get their solutions – students must know how to factor.” 

“This first volume of Google Slides Activities includes 8 digital and interactive resources. These are designed for Algebra 1 but work great as review in an Algebra 2 class as well!” 

It’s FREE!“Evolution is alive and well and antibiotic resistance is the perfect way to explore and explain natural selection at work. This highly interactive activity has students think critically as they engage with a realworld problem that is totally applicable to their lives today.” 

“Ready to drop right into Google Classroom or whatever LMS you use (and great for distance learners, too!), this inquiry lab is a great way to have students practice science skills. Students design an experiment, collect data, analyze it, and share their results with their classmates.” 

It’s FREE!“This rubric can be used to assess ANY middle school engineering design challenge! It can be used to provide student feedback, measure growth, and assess students on the NGSS Engineering Practices. Print and digital options are included!” 

“Teaching students about exciting STEM careers is one of the most important things we can do to inspire our next generation of scientists and engineers. In this project, students meet NGSS and CCSS standards as they research an engineering career of their choice and create a “help wanted” ad for an engineering career of their choice.” 

It’s FREE!“After discussing sampling distributions in AP Statistics, compare problems involving proportions and means with this organizer.” 

“It can be difficult teaching probability and random variables content in AP Statistics; these unit plans take the pressure off to provide great, high level resources! This bundle contains guided notes, homework assignments, assessments, activities, and projects to help you teach these tough concepts at an advance level to your students.” 

It’s FREE!“This fun station activity gives students a chance to selfcheck for accuracy without giving them the answers. Students in a group of three work their own problem, then add their three answers together for the “Sum”. Expect to hear math conversations as they try to work through where a mistake might be!” 

“Do your Algebra students struggle, especially with word problems? This “Slow It Down” bundle offers lots of great practice for students to write linear equations from context. Watch their confidence increase with concentrated practice on one skill at a time.” 

It’s FREE!“This amino acid decoding chart with digital, interactive Boom Card deck will prepare your 9th and 10th grade science and biology students to walk through the steps of translation and protein synthesis.” 

“This bundle of worksheets will prepare students to solve simple physics problems including speed, acceleration, momentum, force, energy, work, power, power, heat, electric power, Ohm’s law, and wave speed. By completing these activities, 9th grade and conceptual physics science students will learn how to make calculations in a simple, step by step format designed to build student confidence.” 

It’s FREE!“Practice Punnett squares with this fun set of critical thinking genetics word problems. Perfect for your middle school heredity and genetics unit.” 

“Teach your students to master comprehending and analyzing charts, graphs, and diagrams in just a few minutes a day! This resource gives students a graph and five questions to help them comprehend and analyze it.” 

It’s FREE!“Calculate the total average speed from distance time graphs along with the average speed between any two points on the graph. The digital or printable graph has 10 segments that can be analyzed.” 

“Students drag and drop the plates and interact with this fun, digital geoscience activity. They place the changing tectonic plates in their correct locations on a map along with several other engaging activities (MSESS22 and MSESS23).” 

It’s FREE!“This fun and engaging cut & paste activity is perfect for identifying statistical questions.” 

“This bundle actively engages students with Similar Figures, Scale Factor, & Proportions.” 

It’s FREE!“Solving math problems becomes a WORK OF ART with this digital Google™ pixel art activity. Your students will love working to get the correct answers so that they can see what the picture is going to be.” 

“This is a quick and fun activity that is patterned after a famous children’s game, Guess Who™. The problems require knowledge of the properties & theorems regarding isosceles and equilateral triangles.” 

It’s FREE!“Students help Detective Algebras solve a murder mystery by answering math problems! The more math questions students answer, the closer students will get to determining who the murderer is!” 

“Students will practice utilizing higher order thinking skills by finding errors that have been made in problems that have been solved incorrectly. This bundle contains 200 problems for students to analyze covering 20 topics that are commonly taught in a typical Algebra 1 class.” 

It’s FREE!“Visually engaging and designed for progress, this Digital INB will guide your students through the different types of Symbiotic Relationships. It’s zero prep and perfect for promoting student independence.” 

“This zero prep Digital INB is an interactive and fun way for students to learn about pedigree charts digitally! They will love building their own pedigree charts with drag and drop pieces, and working through a variety of problems.” 