Color By Code in Science
Hey y'all! How are you loving the science color by codes so far? If you missed my last post about them, you can check them out here.
These aren't your normal color by code pages. Each piece has a description in it and students have to decide which attribute the piece is describing.
For instance, with the plants color by code, each piece describes a different part of a plant. Students have to decide if it's describing a seed, stem, leaf, root, or flower.
With the force and motion page, students read the piece and decide if the action is an example of a push or a pull.
With the continents and oceans page, students read the name and decide if it's naming a continent or an ocean.
My students have been loving these and they are have intense conversations about them. Not only are they discussing what each piece means, they are defending their answers pretty solidly. #teacherwin
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