SCIENCE: Types of Energy Anchor Chart - Use this mini anchor chart to help teach Science TEK Help your students remember the difference between mechanical, electrical, light, thermal, and sound energy.
This is a cut and sort activity that I created in order to have my students determine which materials are/are not good insulators. They are to cut out the items at the bottom and paste them into the correct category at the top of the page.
Forms of Energy Heat, Light and Sound color the picture printable. Students will color the heat, light and sound example pictures in the correct boxes. They will put an X over the non-examples. Click the link below to see more!
This 14 question worksheet provides a way for students to follow along with the Bill Nye Energy video. The questions are all fill-in-the-blank. The video and worksheet cover the following concepts: energy, potential energy, kinetic energy, movement, fossil fuel, energy transfer, microwaves, heat energy.
This is my "Melting Crayons" experiment. Students will be shown 3 different forms of crayons: Crayon shavings, broken crayon pieces, and a whole crayon. Each form of crayon should be placed between a folded piece of wax paper, then .