Secondary Science BTS Giveaway 2016!


Today is your lucky day!

Me and some of my friends who happen to be THE TOP secondary science sellers on Teachers Pay Teachers are having a HUGE giveaway!   The first giveaway is a Rafflecopter to MY store.  You can win 25$ worth of products of your choosing.  I will email the winner their choices directly.

Maybe you're looking for a more fun way to review - try my color by number bundle!  Need some help establishing your classroom policies and procedures?  This First Days of School bundle is completely editable to fit your classroom needs.  Or you could try one of my completely print ready unit bundles - bell ringers, power points, student note sheets, homework assignments, AND answer keys are all included!
 
  

Click below to enter:

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After you enter my rafflecopter, check out each blog at the bottom of this post to go to each blog and enter their individual rafflecopter giveaways.

In addition to our individual giveaways, we put together one HUGE blog hop giveaway, just for science teachers teaching grades 6-12 science: Four $100 Teachers Pay Teachers gift cards!  Each blog post has a secret code word and a number.  My clue word is 16. TYSON.  The number tells you where the word falls in the secret sentence.  Collect the words from each blog, write them down in number order, and copy the secret sentence into joint the rafflecopter giveaway.  This rafflecopter form is the same on every blog, so you only need to enter once from any one of our blogs!  To enter the final sentence click below: 

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68 comments:

  1. This is my first year teaching science with the set up and equipment to do real labs. I’m working with 6th grade students, most of whom haven’t done labs before. I’d love to know more about how you manage labs. What size groups work best for you? Pairs? Teams of 4? How do you manage behavior? How do you get students to SLOW DOWN and follow the procedures carefully?

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    1. Very exciting that you will be able to do labs with your kiddos! Thankfully I include suggestions for groupings in my teacher guides. :) Thank you for your comment!

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  2. I'd love to see more inquiry based labs

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    1. I am in the process of implementing NGSS - so you can definitely expect more inquiry labs from me! Be on the lookout! :)

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  3. I'd like to see STEAM activities & blog posts; so much is STEM-related, but our school incorporates art as well, hence STEAM!

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    1. That's great to know. I am a big fan of letting students design their own foldables to organize information. That would be an easy way to incorporate art and science and have your students make a meaningful product! :)

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  4. I jave used your mole color by number.

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    1. That is by far my most popular color by number! I hope your students enjoyed it! Thank you for your comment. :)

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  5. My last school used NGSS and it was a struggle to implement it, but now I am totally on board and at my new school, I am looking into ways to use it in my classes.

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    1. That's great! Keep a look out for some really great uploads to TpT!

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  6. It was a pleasure to work with you on this blog-venture. Best of luck to you and have a great school year!

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    1. Aw! Thanks Amy! It's always a pleasure. ;)

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  7. I would love to see how to implement NGSS in the classroom. I would like to understand how NGSS will differ from my current teaching practice. I also love using your color by number and hope that you make one for every chemistry topic. Thanks.

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    1. Thank you for your comments! I plan on spending the next year blogging about my NGSS lessons. So if you aren't a subscriber to my blog make sure you are now! :)

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  8. Taking steps on NGSS. This year moving to 5E lesson plans but keeping it topic based... future years phenomenon based

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    1. That's good to know. Maybe if I try out the 5E model I'll be sure to include my lessons on TpT. :)

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  9. 5E and INB will guide my NGSS implementation this year.

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    1. Sounds like a plan! Do you teach high school? I wonder how the high school students like INBs?

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  10. Balancing equations and molecular mass are always difficult for my 8th graders to grasp

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    1. Have you seen my balancing equations lesson plan? The tally method approach makes it easy! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Lesson-Plan-Balancing-Chemical-Equations-527307

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  11. Funny, I am currently looking for Next Gen inspiration but I plan to use the 5 E's, and interactive notebooks.

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    1. You are the second person to mention this! I'm wondering if I should start INBs too!

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  12. I would love for you to talk about how to incorporate STEM into Chemistry topics.

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  13. I would love to see you blog about Classroom Management.

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    1. Oh yes! I hope you have taken a look at my previous blog posts. There are some good ones in there on classroom management.

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  14. I used color by number to review concepts at the end of the year. ;)

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    1. That's a great idea! I hope to make more in the near future! Are there any in particular topics you are looking for?

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  15. I would love to see some ideas for biochemistry (macromolecules, etc.).

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    1. Oh! Now that's a thought! With needing to implement the NGSS, this may be a possibility. :)

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  16. Another chemistry person - my least favorite science but you have some great ideas to make it fun!

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  17. I would love info on STEAM or STEM.

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  18. I would love to see you blog about interactive science notebooks.

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    1. That is definitely on the list of things to do!

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  19. I'd love to see blog posts about labs/lab stations in the classroom

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    1. Yes! Stations are a definite! As far as labs - make sure you check out some of my past blog posts on some great labs I've done with helpful tips and tricks!

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  20. In an effort to emphasize the NGSS, I will be including more interactive notebook activities and student-led labs and activities.

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    1. I will be sure to post more of my inquiry base labs on TpT!

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  21. You have great chemistry resources! I hope you have a great year ahead with students who magically put all their chemistry lab materials in the right places and never break anything!

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  22. I love your powerpoints and related materials. They have saved my life! As others have mentioned, I'd love to see more inquiry labs

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    1. Thanks so much Brooke! You got it on the inquiry labs!

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  23. Biology is my strong point. It is great to have easy to use chemistry resources

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    1. I hear that a lot! I'm so glad my resources can help!

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  25. I'd like to see STEAM activities.

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    1. You got it! My foldables on TpT are great for the incorporation of science AND art!

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  26. I'm from TX so we have our own standards, but I would like to see how they compare and implement as many of the NGSS that I can so my kids are well-rounded science students :)

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    1. The NGSS is quite a shift for us over here in NJ! But I'm embracing it with open arms!

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  27. Differentiation and creative ways to use task cards

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  28. I'm special ed so any hands on differentiated are great. We've been trying lab stations.

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    1. I love stations too! I'll be posting any lab stations that work well for my students on TpT! So stay tuned!

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  29. Hey Karen,
    Your chem coloring pages look like so much fun! I'll recommend them to my team to pick up from your TpT store.

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    1. Wow! Thank you so much! My students absolutely love them. I give them choices to complete and traditional worksheet or do the color by number. I would say 90% of the students go for the color by number! Thank you gor the recommendation!

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  30. Great site! I am glad I found your resources. We are not yet on board with NGSS but will be soon and this will help!

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    1. Thanks so much! I will be documenting my journey through NGSS on my blog. So if you don't follow make sure you do now! :)

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  31. As a Georgia girl, we have our own set of standards. But like the NGSS, they encourage inquiry and investigation. I plan to use more phenomena to teach my kiddos. Excited about it! =)

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    1. I just posted about a phenomenon on my facebook page! I hope you are following!

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  32. I would like to see more about using and grading bell ringers. And differentiated homework.

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  33. I would love to see more abut differentiated (choice) homework.

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  34. I teach Biology, Physics and Algebra 1 to English Language Learners and I am looking for resources on integrating ELA skills into the content area.

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  35. I teach Chemistry in NY and we have a state test to prepare them for. I am always looking for inquiry - based labs and activities for higher level thinking! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  36. I would like ideas on how to teach chemistry concepts to students with lower problem solving skills.

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