6 Science Sub Plans for ANY Science Topic

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This is a collection of six engaging and meaningful no-prep sub plans that can be used with any science topic in any secondary science classroom! These science sub plans are the perfect resources to keep in your emergency toolbox or sub folder for when the unexpected happens! They are also great resources for regular science classwork!

 

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This is a collection of six engaging and meaningful no-prep sub plans that can be used with any science topic in any secondary science classroom! These science sub plans are the perfect resources to keep in your emergency toolbox or sub folder for when the unexpected happens! They are also great resources for regular science classwork!

 

⭐ INCLUDED SUB PLANS / ACTIVITIES 

1. Science Frayer Model – 2 Options
We all know Frayers are fantastic, but these pre-made frayers incorporate prompts are more science-like and include options that differentiate for all learning styles. Use any vocabulary terms of your or your students’ choice!

2. Scientist Research Activity
In this one-pager, students research any scientist, fill in graphic organizer-style textbox prompts, and color in a lab coat to represent how the scientist would likely decorate their coat. Super fun and engaging for students in types of science classes.

3. Science Video Handout – Use on ANY Science Video
This generic one-page video handout is set up like a graphic organizer and has prompts that range from summarizing, drawing, analyzing, rating and reviewing, and more! Use on any science video in a pinch! Perfect for when you find a great YouTube video, but can’t find a good worksheet for it.

4. DIY Wordsearch
Students follow directions to create a wordsearch AND define the terms in the word search. Just provide students a list of 8-15 vocabulary terms or let them choose their own from a chapter. This can be used for any topic or vocabulary terms, for any subject!

5. Comic Strip Activity
Students use a provided rubric and choice of two comic strip templates to create a comic strip on any science topic! I know my kids love making fun comics in science. These make gorgeous bulletin boards too!

6. Vocabulary Toss Game
Give students a list of ten terms and one die (or let them use a virtual dice website) and watch them go! For every different roll they will complete a different activity based on that roll. Take a look at this preview to get a closer look!

 

 

⭐ You will receive all activities in PDF format. There are six different files so that you can easily assign one file at a time instead of having to delete pages.

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