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• You know what you weigh on Earth (even if it doesn't make you happy!!)--but what would you weigh on Mars? on Pluto? Students combine science and math in this fun gravity lab.
• [member-created with abctools] Trace and cut out. This cylinder-shaped shapebook is a fun way for early readers to learn about magnets. Includes writing prompts on the subject of magnets.
• [member-created using abctools] Find magnet theme words from "attract" to "repel" in this magnet-shaped word search.
• From "magnet" to "poles." These vocabulary building word strips with pictures are great for word walls, sentence strips, spelling and vocabulary practice.
• Basic concepts of force and motion in an illustrated booklet.
• 2 DOWN: an opposing force.
• Report planner, KWL, and a lined page to write a report about force and motion.
• Find the words, from ACCELERATE to RESISTANCE, in this globe-shaped word search.
• From ACCELERATE to RESISTANCE
• Fill in Newton's three laws with examples of each.
• Introduces the idea of gravity, with space for students to list examples of gravity in their own lives; explains the relationship between gravity and weight; gravity and air resistance are explained and reviewed with two science experiments.
• Introduces the idea of magnets, with space for students to list examples of magnetism in their own lives; the concept is reviewed with three science experiments.
• Acrostic forms for force, motion, work, gravity, friction, and inertia.
• Each card features a definition and a helpful illustration. Four pages, four cards per page.
• Each card features a definition and a helpful illustration. Five pages, four cards per page.
• Introduces the concept of Newton's First Law, then follows with three experiments to help show the law in action.
• Introduces the idea of friction in force, with space for students to list examples of friction in their own lives; explains the relationship between friction and movement; reviewed with three science experiments.
• Introduces the idea of motion and work in force, with space for students to list examples of friction in their own lives; reviewed with three science experiments.
• Introduces the idea of push and pull in force, with space for students to list examples from their own lives; reviewed with a simple experiment.
• Introduces the concept of Newton's Second Law, then follows with two experiments to help show the law in action.
• Introduces the concept of Newton's Third Law, then follows with two experiments to help show the law in action.
• One page reading comp explaining matter with questions and matching exercise.
• This two page science reading comprehension lesson is followed by 8 vocabulary fill-in the blank questions, 5 questions for discussion, and 5 questions that require brief written responses.
• Reading comp of the laws of forces and motion, illustrated, simple experiments, short response and completion questions, vocabulary crossword.
• Crossword Puzzle (created with abctools)

• A three page biography of Albert Einstein with a page of multiple choice and a page of short answer questions, plus a writing prompt.
• A three page explanation of Einstein's Theory of Relativity with multiple choice and short answer questions and a writing prompts.
• A booklet explaining atoms and molecules and their relationship to our lives for lower elementary through upper elementary students. Can be used with other abcteach elementary materials on atoms and molecules.
• A small black and white poster illustration of the atom with labeled parts.
• Small color poster of the atom with labeled parts.
• A three page set of forms for planning and writing a research report on atoms and molecules.
• Students write the definition of an atom and molecule then complete an acrostic form.
• A word wall of 20 terms related to atoms and molecules on 4 pages.
• Atom & molecule word sort exercise created with abcteach tools.
• An easy word search puzzle of words related to the atom and molecules.
• A hard word search of words related to atoms and molecules.
• A two page description of the study of Physical Science with multiple choice and short answer and a writing prompt.
• A set of seven experiments that demonstrate that the sciences of biology, chemistry and physics are part of our life at home. Set 1 of a series of experiments titled Science at Home, includes a description of experiments, scientific method report form and an explanation of probable results.
• A two page reading comprehension text explaining the life cycle of a star with highlighted vocabulary words, three hands-on demonstrations, a set of multiple choice and a set of short answer questions. May be used with matching vocabulary activity set.
• A three page reading comprehension text explaining the life cycle of a star with highlighted vocabulary words, three hands-on demonstrations, a set of multiple choice and a set of short answer questions and a writing prompt. May be used with matching vocabulary activity set.
• A set of vocabulary activities on the topic of the life cycle of a star including spelling list, spelling practice, word search, word scramble, and a crossword puzzle. Designed to use with reading comprehension unit, "Life Cycle of a Star."
• A set of vocabulary activities on the topic of the life cycle of a star including spelling list, spelling practice, word search, word scramble, and a crossword puzzle. Designed to use with reading comprehension unit, "Life Cycle of a Star."
• A set of four physics experiments in our Where We Find Science series that demonstrate the properties of the surface tension of water. Includes a Scientific Method report form and an explanation and results page.
• An explanation of Archimedes discovery of the formula to measure density of an object using water. Includes directions to conduct an experiment using the Archimedes' method, plus a report form. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science; Science in Water Series.
• A two page biography of internationally respected physicist and cosmologist, Stephen Hawking, with multiple choice and short answer question sets.
• A three page biography of internationally respected physicist and cosmologist, Stephen Hawking, with multiple choice and short answer question sets, as well as, a writing prompt.
• A two page text explains the history and science of the big bang theory and the reasons scientist consider it valid. Includes a vocabulary exercise of related scientific terms and a set of short answer questions.
• A one page explanation of surface tension followed by two related experiments and a teacher's note.
• An explanation of static electricity and two simple experiments. Students are ask to predict outcome, then record observations for each experiment.