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Resources to mark the 100th day of school with math activities. Challenge students to generate 100 different ways to represent the number 100. Students will easily generate 99 + 1 and 50 + 50, but encourage them to think out of the box. Challenge them to include examples from all of the NCTM Standards strands: number sense, numerical operations, geometry, measurement, algebra, patterns, data analysis, probability, discrete math, Create a class list to record the best entries. Some teachers write 100 in big bubble numeral style and then record the entries inside the numerals.

Subject:
Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
Provider:
Mathwire
Author:
Terry Kawas
02/16/2011
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This sequence of instruction was developed in the Growing Elementary Science Project&nbsp;to help elementary teachers who were working remotely.&nbsp;&nbsp;We developed a short storyline that ties together a few sessions to help explore a specific concept.&nbsp;&nbsp;We tried to include some activities that honored and included the student&rsquo;s family and experience, and some that included the potential for ELA learning goals. Students view a couple of videos and record what they notice and wonder about how plants change as seasons change. Students take a walk with family members to search for evidence of changes due to weather in their neighborhoods. It is part of&nbsp;ClimeTime - a collaboration among all nine Educational Service Districts (ESDs) in Washington and many Community Partners to provide&nbsp;programs for science teacher training around Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and climate science, thanks to grant money made available to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) by Governor Inslee.&nbsp;

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Elementary Education
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Author:
Clancy Wolf
Jeff Ryan
08/17/2021
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This resource is designed as a module with a storybook or web story, and four activities. In the storybook, the GLOBE Kids investigate colors in the sky and learn how air pollution affects sky color and our health. Learning activities engage students in describing sky color and conditions in the atmosphere, creating a model to learn how sky color and visibility are affected by aerosols, using prisms to explore properties of light and colors, and collecting aerosol samples.

Subject:
Applied Science
Atmospheric Science
Career and Technical Education
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
Physical Science
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Activity/Lab
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CLEAN: Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network
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CLEAN: Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network
Author:
Becca Hatheway
Kerry Zarlengo
Lisa Gardiner
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Langley Research Center
The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program
06/11/2020
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Through learning activities, students learn how weather over a long period of time describes climate, explore how sea level rise can affect coastal communities and environments, and describe how humans are contributing to climate change and how we can take action to solve this problem.

Subject:
Applied Science
Career and Technical Education
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
Oceanography
Physical Science
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Activity/Lab
Lesson
Lesson Plan
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CLEAN: Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network
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CLEAN: Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network
Author:
Becca Hatheway
Diane Stanitski
Elementary GLOBE; University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
Lisa Gardiner
06/11/2020
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In these activities and story book, students wonder why hummingbirds have stopped visiting their school. They learn about the needs of the hummingbirds, the seasonal changes where they live, and the environment where the hummingbirds spend the winter. Students describe the seasonal changes in a local habitat, observe how colors in nature change through the seasons, and research hummingbirds.

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Applied Science
Biology
Career and Technical Education
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
Life Science
Physical Science
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Activity/Lab
Lesson
Lesson Plan
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CLEAN: Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network
Provider Set:
CLEAN: Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network
Author:
Becca Hatheway
Elementary GLOBE; University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
Kerry Zarlengo
Lisa Gardiner
06/11/2020
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A learning activity for the "All About Earth: Our World on Stage" book in the Elementary GLOBE series. One of the "big ideas" in Earth system science is the notion of interaction among parts of the Earth system. In the Elementary GLOBE book All About Earth: Our World on Stage, the children in Ms. Patel's class discuss instances of how the four major spheres of Earth's system interact. They symbolize these interactions by using large arrows to link the system components: air, water, soil, living things and the Sun. In this activity, students continue to explore the idea of interaction among Earth components as they identify processes in the Earth system and indicate how they illustrate an interaction between two of the Earth system components. The purpose of the activity is to help students deepen their understanding of interconnections among Earth's systems, help students to identify processes where Earth's systems are interacting, and to provide practice in the observation and recording of natural phenomena. After completing this activity, students will understand that Earth system interactions are all around them, going on all the time, and that Earth's processes are interconnected. They will learn how to make observations and identify the interactions they illustrate.

Subject:
Applied Science
Ecology
Environmental Science
Life Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Diagram/Illustration
Interactive
Lesson Plan
Textbook
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NASA
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NASA Wavelength
02/16/2011
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Fluids flow from hot to cold at an interface such as the surface of the bubble. As the bubbles begin to freeze, the still-liquid part of the bubble keeps moving, ripping ice crystals off the growing freeze front and tossing them around. Those ice crystals each create their own freeze front, making the bubble’s surface solidify faster.

Subject:
Atmospheric Science
Physical Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
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STEM Bites are a project of the Oregon STEM Hub network. This lesson contributed by GO-STEM and Columbia Gorge STEM Hub.
03/31/2021
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In this 5 minute video, the teacher is establishing a classroom culture for doing science at the beginning of the year in Kindergarten. She engages students in collecting temperature data daily, while simultaneously supporting students in understanding how to measure temperature, the importance of doing it at the same time every day (fair test), and how temperature affects students' daily lives.

This video was produced for the NSTA webinar series, Teaching NGSS in K-5 (Zembal-Saul, Starr & Renfrew, 2014-15).

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Education
Elementary Education
Material Type:
Case Study
08/24/2018
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This sequence of instruction was developed in the Growing Elementary Science Prjoject&nbsp;to help elementary teachers who were working remotely.&nbsp;&nbsp;We developed a short storyline that ties together a few sessions to help explore a specific concept.&nbsp;&nbsp;We tried to include some activities that honored and included the student&rsquo;s family and experience, and some that included the potential for ELA learning goals. The book &ldquo;Storm is Coming!&rdquo; introduces students to the idea of severe weather. Students observe a time-lapse video of a hail storm.&nbsp;&nbsp;Students interview a family member about a memorable weather event and what that person did to prepare and stay safe.&nbsp;&nbsp;Students explore the implications of all of their interviews.&nbsp;&nbsp;Students make plans for how they can prepare for future weather events, including an Engineering Design exercise.&nbsp; It is part of&nbsp;ClimeTime - a collaboration among all nine Educational Service Districts (ESDs) in Washington and many Community Partners to provide&nbsp;programs for science teacher training around Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and climate science, thanks to grant money made available to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) by Governor Inslee.&nbsp;

Subject:
Elementary Education
Material Type:
Unit of Study
Author:
Clancy Wolf
Jeff Ryan
08/10/2021
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CC BY
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Monarch Mystery is an early elementary curricular program created by EarthGen. For this unit, we offer professional development training and assistance with implementation. If you are interested in implementing this program at your school or district, please let us know! Please contact info@earthgenwa.org for more information.&nbsp;&nbsp;Monarch Mystery is an early elementary curricular program that&nbsp;is grounded in a local phenomenon about migrating monarch butterflies and is shared through the story of a migrant girl named Violeta. Combined with the story, this unit uses interactive activities to teach to the Next Generation Science Standards and the Washington State Environmental and Sustainability Education Learning Standards. It is also guided by a framework for Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy. We included literary opportunities to develop ELA skills in support of multilingual learners. Rounding out the program are outdoor activities, arts, and written activities that enable students to practice skills, and build toward an action project informed by their understandings and experiences.&nbsp;

Subject:
Ecology
Life Science
Material Type:
Full Course
Author:
Cameron Foy
Washington OSPI OER Project
Becky Bronstein
03/20/2023
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CC BY
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The original Native American story component lesson&nbsp;was developed as part of an Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and Washington State Leadership and Assistance for Science Education Reform (LASER) project funded through an EPA Region 10 grant.&nbsp;The stories were told by Roger Fernandes of the Lower Elwha Klallam tribe. Mr. Fernandes has been given permission by the tribes to tell these stories.As these lessons and stories were shared prior to the adoption of the Washington State Science Learning Standards in 2013, there was a need to align these stories with the current science standards. This resource provides a current alignment and possible lesson suggestions on how these stories can be incorporated into the classroom. This alignment work has been funded by the NGSS &amp; Climate Science Proviso of the Washington State Legislature as a part of North Central Educational Service District&#39;s award.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Education
Elementary Education
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
Ethnic Studies
Life Science
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Activity/Lab
Lesson
Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Author:
MECHELLE LALANNE
Barbara Soots
Ellen Ebert
Carissa Haug
Johanna Brown
Lori Henrickson
Kimberley Astle
04/28/2020
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In this lesson, students will compare weather and climate, explain patterns over time and participate in a climate relay race.

NGSS: K-ESS2-1

Time: 45-50 minutes

Materials: globe, flashlight, three sets of clothing for the relay race (sunglasses, sunhat, swim suit, board shorts, rain jacket, hiking boots, umbrella, sweater, heavy jacket, warm hat, gloves, scarf, etc.)

Subject:
Applied Science
Ecology
Education
Elementary Education
Environmental Science
Life Science
Physical Geography
Physical Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Lesson Plan
Author:
Columbia Gorge STEM Hub
08/07/2020
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PhD Science Grade Levels K–2 is available as downloadable PDFs. The OER consists of Teacher Editions and student Science Logbooks for every module.

With PhD Science®, students explore science concepts through authentic phenomena and events—not fabricated versions—so students build concrete knowledge and solve real-world problems. Students drive the learning by asking questions, gathering evidence, developing models, and constructing explanations to demonstrate the new knowledge they’ve acquired. The coherent design of the curriculum across lessons, modules, and grade levels helps students use the concepts they’ve learned to build a deep understanding of science and set a firm foundation they’ll build on for years to come.

Cross-curricular connections are a core component within PhD Science. As an example, every module incorporates authentic texts and fine art to build knowledge and create additional accessible entry points to the topic of study.

Three-dimensional teaching and learning are at the heart of the curriculum. As students uncover Disciplinary Core Ideas by engaging in Science and Engineering Practices and applying the lens of Cross-Cutting Concepts, they move from reading about science to doing science.

Great Minds® is the creator of Eureka Math®, Wit & Wisdom®, Alexandria Plan™, and PhD Science®.
Copyright © 2021 Great Minds PBC. Except where otherwise noted, this PK-2 PhD Science® content is published under Great Minds OER License #1. Use limited to Non-Commercial educational purposes.
COMMERCIAL REPRODUCTION PROHIBITED.

Subject:
Applied Science
Engineering
Environmental Science
Life Science
Physical Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Assessment
Homework/Assignment
Textbook
Unit of Study
Author:
Great Minds
05/18/2021
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Throughout the module, students study the anchor phenomenon, the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde, and build an answer to the Essential Question: How did the cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde protect people from the weather? As students learn about each new concept, they develop and refine a model that represents a cliff dwelling and use that model to explore how cliff dwellings protected people from the weather. At the end of the module, students use their knowledge of weather to explain the anchor phenomenon, and they apply their learning to a new context in an End-of-Module Assessment. Through these experiences, students begin to establish an enduring understanding of weather and its effects. Specifically, students develop an understanding of the parts of weather, the effects weather has on people and their surroundings, and the ways people prepare for severe weather.

With PhD Science®, students explore science concepts through authentic phenomena and events—not fabricated versions—so students build concrete knowledge and solve real-world problems. Students drive the learning by asking questions, gathering evidence, developing models, and constructing explanations to demonstrate the new knowledge they’ve acquired. The coherent design of the curriculum across lessons, modules, and grade levels helps students use the concepts they’ve learned to build a deep understanding of science and set a firm foundation they’ll build on for years to come.

Cross-curricular connections are a core component within PhD Science. As an example, every module incorporates authentic texts and fine art to build knowledge and create additional accessible entry points to the topic of study.

Three-dimensional teaching and learning are at the heart of the curriculum. As students uncover Disciplinary Core Ideas by engaging in Science and Engineering Practices and applying the lens of Cross-Cutting Concepts, they move from reading about science to doing science.

© 2020–2022 Great Minds PBC. Except where otherwise noted, this content is published under Great Minds OER License 1 (greatminds.org/gm_oer_1). Use limited to noncommercial educational purposes. COMMERCIAL REPRODUCTION PROHIBITED.

Subject:
Applied Science
Education
Elementary Education
Environmental Science
Life Science
Physical Science
Material Type:
Student Guide
Textbook
Author:
Great Minds
07/07/2021
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CC BY-NC
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This is the first lesson introducing weather.&nbsp;Students will start with a KWL, discusing what they know, want to know, and learned later.&nbsp;Then, they will be given a weather journal where they will record the temperature and type of weather everyday, as well as include information they learned each day.They will watch an SciShow Kids video on observing weather and then go outside to do their own observing. Students will then share with their classmates what they noticed.&nbsp;

Subject:
Elementary Education
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Interactive
Lesson
Author:
Laurie Crouch
03/03/2023
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CC BY
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This lesson is to help students understand weather, how it changes, and how weather influences what we wear as it changes.

Subject:
Environmental Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Assessment
Author:
Kathleen Johnson
05/05/2022
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CC BY-NC-SA
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Developed in partnership with the Jamerson Center for Engineering and Mathematics and ESD112 STEM Initiatives, this unit explores NGSS Performance Expectations for Kindergarten Weather and Climate, including an engineering design performance task.

Subject:
Applied Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
06/02/2017
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Students will explore the different areas of the garden to determine how warm or cool it feels.

Subject:
Physical Science
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Out Teach