How does a scientist look like? Science class introduction How does a scientist look like? Science class introduction How does a scientist look like? Science class introduction How does a scientist look like? Science class introduction How does a scientist look like? Science class introduction
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Resource type Activity
Recommended age 7 - 12 years
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Are you looking for a fun and different activity to do at the beginning of your science classes?
These resource includes 7 activities for the students to think and share what is science, what is to do science and what is a scientist.
Includes:
  • Draw how do you think a scientist looks like?
  • Observe the drawings of your classmates looking for similarities and differences.
  • Think about this similarities and differences sharing in a Jamboard.
  • Observe different images and tell if they could be a scientist or no.
  • What does each scientist do?
  • Draw a picture of yourself doing science.
  • Think: when you are doing science, are you a scientist?
This resource was created for the whole group to work in the same file. It is a good opportunity for the teacher to also work values while doing the activity, like respecting each others job. But you can do a copy for each one of the students.
The 5th activity: What does a scientist do? is also in PDF to print if you want to.
Science copybook cover
ProfeCoins 5
Resource type Worksheet
Recommended age 6 - 10 years
File information pdf, 1 pages, 277 KB
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 This cover is the perfect activity for the first day, print one copy for each student and they can color it and then paste it on their copybooks. 
Closing Class Science Project Closing Class Science Project Closing Class Science Project Closing Class Science Project
ProfeCoins 5
Resource type Assessment
Recommended age 10 - 12 years
File information pptx, 9 pages, 12.6 MB
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Clase diseñada enteramente para cierre de clase de los proyectos de ciencia en donde se motiva al alumnos a expresar las ideas de los resultados sobre los proyectos. encontraras un set de preguntas que los motivaran.
Science Review Science Review
ProfeCoins 10
Resource type Worksheet
Recommended age 8 - 10 years
File information pdf, 5 pages, 357 KB
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Guía de repaso primer semestre, incluye:
-Clasificación animal.
-Hábitat.
-Ciclo de vida
-Instrumentos de medición del clima

CN 02 OA03 
Observar y comparar las características de las etapas del ciclo de vida de distintos animales (mamíferos, aves, insectos y anfibios), relacionándolas con su hábitat.
CN 02 OA04
Observar y comparar las características de distintos hábitat, identificando la luminosidad, humedad y temperatura necesarias para la supervivencia de los animales que habitan en él.
CN 02 OA13
Medir algunas características del tiempo atmosférico, construyendo y/o usando algunos instrumentos tecnológicos útiles para su localidad, como termómetro, pluviómetro o veleta.
Science certificate Science certificate
ProfeCoins 4
Downloads count 1
Resource type Activity
Recommended age 4 - 12 years
File information pptx, 3 pages, 3.9 MB
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 En está presentación encontrará 3 modelos de certificados en Inglés para aquellos profes que dan ciencias. Trae sección de texto para nombre del estudiante, director o profe, fecha, titulo, porque se entrega el certificado y mucho. A solo 4 profecoins de descarga. 
Eat well plate Eat well plate
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Downloads count 27
Resource type Project
Recommended age 7 - 15 years
File information pptx, 5 pages, 4.24 MB
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Hi! En este proyecto se evaluará un tema de sciences "Eat well plate".
 🍅🍌🍎🍏🥗
 Los alumnos presentarán una comida completa en inglés usando vocabulario visto durante las clases y los conocimientos adquiridos de sciences. Para este proyecto los alumnos saben diferenciar y crear sus propias comidas que cumplan con el plato del buen comer. Good luck! 💚 

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Bee Movie Reflection
ProfeCoins 10
Resource type Assessment
Recommended age 8 - 10 years
File information pdf, 1 pages, 33.2 KB
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Objective: Understand the importance of bees for the ecosystems.

Students watch "The Bee Movie", which can be found in Netflix. They can watch it during Science class and discuss about it while watching, or they can watch it at home (as homework) and discuss about it the next class. It depends on the teacher.

The idea of this activity is for students to develop critical thinking by reflecting and discussing about the environmental function of bees. After watching the movie and discussing as a class, students answer this assessment to show their understanding about the importance of bees as pollinators, and purpose actions to protect them. There are only open questions, because the idea is for children to reflect, think further and express their ideas in a coherent way.
Taking care of the environment. Taking care of the environment. Taking care of the environment. Taking care of the environment.
ProfeCoins 4
Downloads count 3
Resource type Lesson
Recommended age 8 - 10 years
File information pptx, 10 pages, 3.21 MB
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This is a Power Point about the environment, the elements that you can find on it and how we can take care/destroy it with our actions.

To build the part about actions to take care of the environment, I used some pictures that I found on Nelson International Science Book Student Book 2 by Anthony Russell.

It hope it's useful!!!!
Natural and man made materials. Natural and man made materials. Natural and man made materials. Natural and man made materials.
ProfeCoins 5
Resource type Lesson
Recommended age 8 - 12 years
File information pptx, 9 pages, 2.34 MB
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This is a Power Point about the different types of materials that we know.

Students will learn to classify the materials into natural or man made and then, learn about which materials can sometimes, form another ones
For example: Metal and wood can form a table or a chair.


One of the pictures was taken from Nelson International Science Student Book 2 by  Anthony Russell.
Materials and their changes with temperature. Materials and their changes with temperature. Materials and their changes with temperature. Materials and their changes with temperature.
ProfeCoins 5
Resource type Lesson
Recommended age 9 - 11 years
File information pptx, 10 pages, 1.18 MB
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This is a Power Point about how the different material change with temperature exposures.

Here they will find examples of liquid and solid materials and how they change when exposed to heat or freeze.

Also, this lesson includes a video about and experiment and some questions related to it.


One of the pictures was taken from Nelson International Science Student Book 2 by  Anthony Russell.

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