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Forms of Energy Board Game
Forms of Energy Board Game
Chloe Campbell
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Forms of Energy Board Game Comes with directions, board game with 25 forms of energy questions, and a recording sheet to hold students accountable.
Product Description

Who is it for?

  • 4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
  • 5th Graders (10 to 11-year-olds)
  • 6th Graders (11 to 12-year-olds)
  • Your little scientist
  • Educators


What's included?

  •  Comes with directions, board game with 25 forms of energy questions, and a recording sheet to hold students accountable. 
  • Directions: You'll need a dice or a spinner, in addition to a game piece for each player. The youngest person will start first. Roll the die and move the number of spaces shown on the die. Each person will write the answer on their own recording sheet. Double check your answers with your classmates. If you have the same answer, the next person should roll the dice. If you have different answers, double check your work before moving on. If you land on a space with an arrow, you must solve the problem before moving to the next space. 


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I'm in my third year of teaching fourth and fifth grade and have loved (almost) every minute of it! I attended undergrad at The University of Tampa and just earned my second Master's Degree (Curriculum & Instruction, Ed. Leadership) from American College of Education.

I like to serve as a facilitator in my classroom. I'll start with a quick mini-lesson in math, science, or language arts and ask the students to try it with a partner. Students are the ones doing the work - they always learn more when their hands are involved! Here are a few of my favorite classroom activities: -Around the Room questions -Rally Coach -Partner Games -Station Rotations -White board problems -Task Cards

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