Work Activities for Middle School Science
The resources below will provide students a comprehensive understanding of work. All of the following lessons are also included in the Kesler Science Membership.
The Work 5E Lesson includes materials for every "E" phase, including the Work Station Lab for Exploration and an interactive PowerPoint with digital INB templates for Explanation.
The lesson also includes introduction materials for Engagement, student-choice project ideas for Elaboration, and assessments for Evaluation.
After completing the Work 5E Lesson, students will be able to calculate work and determine whether or not work was done in certain situations.
These year-round activities will increase your students' understanding of many middle school science topics. All of these activities are also included in the Kesler Science Membership.
Visual Data & Graphing
You're not alone if your students struggle with understanding graphs, charts, and tables. It's a skill that takes an enormous amount of practice. This resource will help students build a strong foundation in analyzing data and creating their own data visualizations.
Bell Ringers and Warm-Ups
These middle school science bell ringers are an excellent way to engage your students as soon as they walk into your classroom. This comprehensive FULL YEAR resource includes everything you need to start off each science class with an interesting warm-up activity.
Review Board Games
Each game board has been carefully designed to keep students engaged. There are 10 different action spaces on each board and dozens of question cards. All of the actions are related to science concepts and keep the students motivated throughout the game.
Each game is ready to play. Simply print out the board and the cards and let the students enjoy reviewing nine different units.
Essential Questions and Standards
Below are the essential questions associated with the lessons and activities included in the work unit. This topic is only one of more than 100 middle school science topics included in the Kesler Science Membership.
- How can you compare situations where work is done with different amounts of force to situations where no work is done?
- Can you determine when work is done moving a box with and without a ramp, or standing still?
Kesler Science Membership
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