180 Days of Science Grade 4
Concepts aren't truly learned until they're put into practice! Build students' fluency of key skills with this easy-to-use resource. These daily practice activities can be used in the classroom or at home.
180 Days of Science for Fourth Grade provides teachers and parents with 180 days of daily practice to build students' science content-area knowledge. The quick, diagnostic-based activities allow busy teachers to cover science content daily.
Through these weekly units, grade 4 students will analyze and evaluate scientific data and scenarios, answer constructed response questions, improve their understanding of science and engineering practices, and increase their critical thinking and reasoning skills. Each week will assess students' knowledge of grade-level science content, and focuses on a grade-level topic within one of three science strands: physical science, life science, and Earth and space science.
This science workbook helps teachers meet Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and state standards in their classrooms by integrating scientific practices, language arts and math concepts, disciplinary core ideas, and crosscutting concepts. With these daily worksheets, students will learn to think like scientists in no time! Digital files are included.
The "Practice, Assess, Diagnose" 180 Days of Science for 4th Grade workbook provides daily opportunities for students to explore three strands of science: Life Science, Physical Science, and Earth & Space Science. Activities follow weekly themes and are aligned to specific Common Core standards.
216 classroom-reproducible pages, softcover. Grade 4.
Number of Pages: 216
Vendor: Shell Education
|Publication Date: 2018
Dimensions: 11 X 8.5 (inches)
180 Days of Practice Workbook Series from Shell Education features five-day sequences that each focus on one skill. Subjects include Math, Reading & Language, Writing, Science and Social Studies. Each weekly process includes five worksheets:
- Think About it! (Problem-solving process)
- Solve it! (Students solve one or two routine problems)
- Visualize It! (A visual representation such as a table or diagrams is shown as a strategy for solving a problem)
- Solve it two ways! (Students solve the same problem in two ways by applying the strategies they've learned)
- Challenge Yourself! (Features a multi-step, non-routine problem)
Each daily task is given on a full-size practice page; exercises are perfect for warm-ups, "problem of the day" type activities, or as homework. Books are softcover, have classroom-reproducible pages. Answer key included.