Physical Science Lesson Plans in Elementary (Grades 3-5) Science

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Let the Force Be With You! Science planning
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  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
<p>Forces in Action planning with objectives for math.
How can Salt and Pepper be seperated?
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  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
How can Salt and Pepper be seperated?
Friction Lesson
Science_Team
Updated: 
2016
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  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
A lesson I've attempted to put in context using Usain Bolt!
Energy Source Roll
EIA Energy Kids 
Updated: 
2016
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  • Science
  • Elementary (Grades 3-5)
EIA Energy has lots of great energy related stories, hands-on activities, and research articles for your classroom! For more curriculum-based lessons...
Energy: A Day in My Life
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  • Science
  • 3-5, MS, HS
In this activity, students will learn how energy is part of their everyday lives and brainstorm ways to conserve energy in their daily lives.
Energy Flow Activity 4: Food Chains Rummy (Grades 2-5)
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  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5
NGSS
Students synthesize their understanding of energy flow and trophic relationships through “Food Chains Rummy,” a modified version of the classic card...
Build a Pizza Box Solar Oven
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  • Science
  • K-2, 3-5, MS, HS
Check out this staightforward lesson from the U.S. Department of Energy, that can be adapted for all grade levels, on how to build a solar oven.
Energy Detectives
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  • Science
  • 3-5, MS
Students explore the classroom as they look and feel for signs of energy. They record the ways they use energy throughout a typical day in an energy...
Geothermal Energy
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  • Science
  • 3-5, MS
Common Core
Geothermal energy is one of the components of the National Energy Policy: “Reliable, Affordable, and Environmentally Sound Energy for America’s...
Wind Around Home
EIA Energy Kids 
Updated: 
2016
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  • Science
  • Elementary (Grades 3-5)
Learn the keys to a successful science fair project and find links to energy experiments by measuring wind at home. Check out more great resources...