Do you need differentiated stations activities for your Middle School Physical Science class? This bundle is perfect for giving students a hands-on approach to energy, matter and waves with little prep. These resources will help you reach and assess your students in a multitude of ways. The resources includes 7 stations for 12 different physical science units.
There is a printable version, editable PowerPoint version and a Digital Google Slides™ version that will help you save on time and paper for EACH topic.
The 7 types of stations include:
1. Discover – Discover Stations require students to research how topics relate to real-world situations.
2. Observe – Observe stations include demonstrations or mini experiments for students to observe phenomena.
3. Experiment – Experiment stations involve mini experiments for students to complete and answer questions based on.
4. Write – The Write station requires students to write short responses to questions relating to the topic.
5. Create – Create stations typically require students to draw something like a comic, infographic, prototype or diagram.
6. Sort – Sort stations requires students to sort and match either scenarios or parts of diagrams.
7. Quiz – The Quiz station includes a short assessment for students to complete.
*Each station should take students between 8-10 minutes to complete.*
The RESOURCE includes:
- Digital Google Slides™ link to perform stations online.
- Printable version of stations in color and black/white
- Editable PowerPoint version of stations.
- •Atoms & The Atomic Theory
- •Periodic Table of Elements
- •Pure Substances & Mixtures
- •Changes in States of Matter
- •Mass, Volume & Density
- •Properties of Waves
- •Interactions of Light Waves
- •Electromagnetic Spectrum
- •Newton’s Laws of Motion
- •Energy Transformations
- •Thermal Energy & Heat
*Please note that the instructions for stations are editable but clip art, special fonts and formatting are not.*
Check out the Physical Science year Long Bundle for an entire Physical Science Curriculum!
Want to learn how to better pace your physical science course? Check out the free physical science pacing guide here.