Super Secondary Science Giveaway! 8/9-8/14


Hello! Today I have some exciting news!

Myself and some of THE TOP secondary science teachers are teaming up for some fun giveaways! Enter mine for a chance to win a $30.00 shopping spree in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. Have you been eyeing up my new set of nuclear chemistry power points? Or how about my First Days of School bundle?


Maybe, the Next Generation Science Standards are on your mind. My design your own experiment is sure to cover the science and engineering practices.


OR MAYBE you're focused on making this year's Mole Day your most memorable one yet!  My mole day celebration bundle is sure to please!  These products and many more could be yours by participating! Click the box below to enter the giveaway. The winner will be chosen at random on Friday, August 14th.




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Want to know what my friends are raffling off? Make sure you "blog hop" to enter their giveaways too! Good luck!


21 comments:

  1. Your blog and giveaway post look great! Thanks for joining up with us!

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    1. Aw, thanks so much Amy. It is an honor to be working with all of you! :)

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  2. I'm going o implement q flipped classroom!

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    1. Logan, wow that is so exciting! I'll hope you'll keep me posted on how it is going! :)

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  3. I'm going to attempt interactive notebooks with my grade 11 students.

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    1. I have always wanted to try that with my 11th graders. You will have to update me on how it's going! :)

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  4. Looking to use notebooking with my 5th and 8th grade science students.

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    1. That is fantastic! Thanks so much for entering!

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  5. I am starting at a new school in a new district, so I would like to try a lot of new things this school year. I want to implement ISNs better, so I i will be focusing on that.

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    1. Molly, I am also starting in a new school district! I'm excited and nervous all at the same time! :) I wish you the best of luck in your new position. I'm sure your students will love the interactive notebooks. :)

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  6. We are going 1:1 with Chromebooks at our high school this year, so I am wanting to introduce more flipped activities into my classes.

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    1. WOW! I will begin a new job in September, and every student in my school has a Chromebook. I hope to do some flipped learning as well. However I am trying to be as realistic as possible because it will take some time to implement. I wish you the best of luck as you flip your classroom. :)

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  7. I am starting (verrrry slowly) to integrate interactive science notebooks this year with my 7th and 8th graders. I just found your website and am really excited to see your resources!

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    1. I taught one year of middle school science (7th and 8th grade as well!) and when I did, my students absolutely loved this approach. :) I will be uploading my middle school resources in the near future - so stay tuned!

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  8. Hey!
    You have some awesome resources!
    I would like to continue to see more station or labs for students to do.
    That is my goal next year to complete more labs/activities where students learn more in the laboratory and the content.
    Thanks

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    1. I will be uploading more resources to my GROWING lab bundle very soon. If you haven't purchased this, now would be a great time (while it's cheap!). Here's the link in case you are interested! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/GROWING-Chemistry-Lab-BUNDLE-15-Experiments-Lab-Report-Guidelines-and-Safety-1403713

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  9. Students have a hard time understanding stoich and doing limiting reactant and excess reactant. I am looking for different approaches for teaching the ideas.

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    1. Hi Mary! Have you seen my stoichiometry unit bundle? https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Lesson-Plan-Bundle-Stoichiometry-555123

      It has some fantastic examples for calculating limiting reactants using a recipe. :)

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  10. I hate to repeat what so many others have already said, but I too would like more chemistry stuff for interactive notebooks. I'm going to try them for the first time this year and I'm terrified!

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    1. I appreciate the suggestion! I will get right on that for you! :) And don't worry, the beauty of the notebooks is they can be as complex or simplistic as you would like. Your students may even get a kick out of designing their own pages as well! :)

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  11. Wow, just in time for the last minute planning. Thanks. Good luck everyone.

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