These print and go, low-to-no prep Science Circuit Stations are easy to implement with a few household items and provide a method for reinforcing life science that shows how science concepts flow across the curricula and are relatable in all aspects of life.
7 activities and one assessment aligned to NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) covering the following topics:
- Law vs. Theory
- Observation and inference
- Scientific evidence
- Beliefs, facts, and hypothesis
- Examples of scientific theories and laws
Explorer: explore current events, historical figures and events, etc.
Researcher: research related topics using a computer, smart phone, ipad or other electronic device
Maker: engineer, design, build, assemble, and/or experiment with manipulatives
Scriber: write a response to a question or problem
Reader: answer questions related to a reading passage
Performer: participate in one of the many arts
Solver: use math skills to answer science related math problems
Scholar: an assessment piece that aligns with the lessons included in the Science Circuit
Life Science Bundle: Cross Curricular STEAM Stations
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