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Blog post from Science Stuff.  This is a great way to practice and reinforce basic lab skills, graphing and critical thinking.

Classroom Freebies: Science Lab: Using a Graph to Find the Area of an Irregular Object

Density: Labs and Problem Sets from AwesomeScience on TeachersNotebook.com (11 pages)  - Great for scientific investigation & lab skills!

Two great labs highlighting scientific investigation and lab skills! Also included, three pages of density problems with answers and written solutions.

Students go through 12 quick, fun lab stations that provide students with practice at citing evidence and determining if reactions are chemical or physical changes.  Students burn salts, create precipitates, and blow bubbles in this fun lab series!

Students go through 12 quick, fun lab stations that provide students with practice at citing evidence and determining if reactions are chemical or physical changes. Students burn salts, create precipitates, and blow bubbles in this fun lab series!

Run 'n Round - So fun!!  Draw big circles on the ground with multiples of 10 or 100.  Call out numbers, and the kids have to run to the number to which it would round (nearest ten or hundred)

Rounding at Recess - Use chalk to write numbers on the sidewalk. Give kids cards with a number on it and tell them to round to nearest hundreds and then run to the correct circle.

semi-interactive site with descriptions of the parts of an animal cell

CC Cycle 1 Week 3 semi-interactive site with descriptions of the parts of an animal cell

E is for Explore!: UNO Place Value: Build a Number

2 player game for a math station. Players take turns pulling a task card from a basket and reading it. They both pull uno playing cards from.

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