Earth and Space Science Lesson Plan Templates in Middle School Science

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Rock cycle starter activity
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
Starter suitable for higher ability students during a topic on the rock cycle. Students are given a diagram of rock layers and then place labels in...
Metamorphic rocks
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2016
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
Contains information on metamorphic rocks and then some questions for students to research.
Materials from the earth revision booklet
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
A booklet I used to help review the materials from the earth topic from exploring science.
Properties of rocks
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2016
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
This PowerPoint was used with a 6th grade group. The handout is intended to get studentsthinking about what they have learnt. The handout can then be...
Sugar cube activity
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2016
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
This is designed as an activity to aid students understanding of weathering.
Rocks revision
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2016
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
Useful PowerPoint to help students revisit the topic of rocks.
Intro to rocks wordsearch
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Ideal for a back up activity; time filler or simple homework to introduce keywords in rocks topic.Answers are in excel document.
Rocks and Soils: Muddy mystery
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
Who stole the lunch and left a muddy footprint behind? Use your soil-analysis skills to find the culprit.
Rocks and Weathering Crossword
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
here is a starter activity that I created for my top set Grade 6 group while teaching Materials of the Earth.
Rock cycle wordsearch
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Updated: 
2016
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  • The Rock Cycle
  • Middle School
Here is a starter activity that I produced for my 6th grade class while teaching materials of the earth.