Math, science, history… oh my! This week’s round-up features engaging lessons and activities that will have your students learning about scientists, atoms, and even physiology. You’ll also find task cards, bell ringers, and trivia!


Scientist of the Week - Mae Jemison
Scientist of the Week – Mae Jemison by Kristin Lee

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“This is a resource for science teachers that incorporates elements of informational text literacy skills, as well as basic science skills like graphing and interpreting data.”

Elements A-Z Bulletin Board Bundle - Alphabet + Periodic Table
Elements A-Z Bulletin Board Bundle – Alphabet + Periodic Table by Kristin Lee

“These are bulletin board letters that allow science teachers to create classroom displays using tiles from the periodic table.”

Lab Equipment and Tools Maze for Review or Assessment
Lab Equipment and Tools Maze for Review or Assessment by Science from the South

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“This resource will engage and challenge students with a problem to solve and also allow you, the teacher, to quickly assess student understanding of lab equipment and tools. Differentiated versions are also included to meet the individual needs of your students.”

Identify and Classify the Atom Infographic for Notes, Review, or Assessment
Identify and Classify the Atom Infographic for Notes, Review, or Assessment by Science from the South

“Identifying and classifying are higher-order thinking skills that we challenge our students to do in order to be successful in the 21st century learning environment. This resource will stimulate students to identify, as well as classify, and provide a visual tool that can be used for review or assessment.”

Inheritance Patterns in the Kolo - Genetics Activity
Inheritance Patterns in the Kolo – Genetics Activity by Science Island

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“In this genetics activity, students apply inheritance principles as they determine the traits of their own unique Hawaiian critter. Then they color, name, and display their adorable Kolo.”

Anatomy and Physiology PowerPoint Bundle Digital Textbook
Anatomy and Physiology PowerPoint Bundle Digital Textbook by Science Island

“This digital textbook for anatomy and physiology features accurate content in a clear, concise PowerPoint format and amazing images that keep students engaged.”

Solving Equations Review ALGEBRA Task Cards with QR codes FREE SAMPLE
Solving Equations Review ALGEBRA Task Cards with QR codes FREE SAMPLE by Pecktabo Math

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“The task cards are designed for review and practice at the end of a unit on solving equations or for an end of the year review in a fun and interactive way.”

Solving Multi-Step Equations ALGEBRA Color By Number
Solving Multi-Step Equations ALGEBRA Color By Number by Pecktabo Math

“This activity is both fun and challenging for algebra students to practice solving multi-step equations. Even high school students enjoy a little bit of coloring to go with their math practice.”

George Washington : President Trivia - U.S. History, Civics and Government
George Washington: President Trivia – U.S. History, Civics and Government by Think Tank

“Students love competing against one another, especially if there is a prize involved. Challenge your students to work through the trivia, and the first person or team to answer the questions correctly and calculate the correct total wins! Students have fun while learning about George Washington.”

Growth Mindset ESCAPE ROOM Activity: Inspirational Quotes from Famous Figures
Growth Mindset ESCAPE ROOM Activity: Inspirational Quotes from Famous Figures by Think Tank

“Students are sent on a ‘secret mission’ and given a backstory to ignite their active learning skills. They are given a code name which makes them feel as if they are part of the secret mission. Students practice hands-on, practical problem-solving skills, all while learning about growth mindset and moving around the classroom. Your students will be inspired to think outside the box! As a ‘timed’ challenge, students will be engaged from beginning to end.”

Bell Ringers and Writing Prompts for Teens & Tweens
Bell Ringers and Writing Prompts for Teens & Tweens: Ring in the New Year! by Teen Tech University

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“Bell ringer activities are a great way to implement structure into your classroom and to provide your students with a point of reflection. This platform also provides a safe and private place to empower and encourage student voice and expression.”

Create and Innovate with Google Drive Vocabulary Activities and Projects!
Create and Innovate with Google Drive Vocabulary Activities and Projects! by Teen Tech University

“The three vocabulary projects and activities included in this resource are based on notable, respected researcher Robert J. Marzano and his Six Steps to Better Vocabulary Instruction. Through the use of technology and by providing the opportunity for choices, these resources will encourage a high level of engagement with all of your students!”