Aug 8, 2015

Super Secondary Science Teacher Resource Giveaway! 8/9-8/14

Winners have been chosen!  Congratulations to Cherish Eagan and Emily Roesngren



Who: Science Teachers 

What: Back to School Science Giveaway -- Enter here to win $15 store credit to my store, and follow the links below to win many more great science products from other teachers for use in your classroom!  Update!  There are so many entries I will be picking more than one winner.  
Where: Right here, with links to many other science teachers below
When: August 9th to 14th
How: Use the rafflecopter below, and the links to enter at other stores. 

FAQ's:


Why store credit? Good question.....I have a variety of science products and general products in my store, and what if I am giving away middle school products, but you teach high school?  Or giving away Earth Science products, but you teach Biology?  I want this giveaway to result in a prize that is valuable to you.  So, store credit it is. 


What do I have to do to enter? Follow the steps on the rafflecopter below to enter.  The more entries, the better chance of winning.

What can I use my store credit for? Anything in the the Science in the City store.  When the giveaway ends and rafflecopter helps choose the winner, I will contact you.  You look through my store and let me know which items you would like that total $15.  I will email them directly to you.

What would you recommend as best buys? 

Depends on what you teach, but here are some suggestions....


  • General classroom products I would look at the following $15 package


Pack of 50 Exit Tickets (Formative Assessment)     Back to School Classroom Organization Pack    Tarsia Puzzle Template Set
This set would be good for any class (not just science) and includes many types of exit tickets, classroom organization tools, and a puzzle template set that can be edited to review or reinforce any set of vocabulary.


  • Biology...I might pick
Photosynthesis and Respiration Foldable - Two Versions      Human Body Pack - Biology
  • Earth Science....I might pick
Weathering, Erosion, and Deposition Unit Pack    Solstice and Equinox: Hours of Daylight and Seasons Lessons
If none of those strike your fancy, feel free to browse my store and choose your own prize package. 


Where else can I enter? At the bottom of this post is a link up to many other science teachers who are participating.


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34 comments :

  1. At this point I am struggling with them all!!! I am new to middle school science! Would love to be able to win some resources!

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    1. I would like to read more about setting up a middle school classroom when you have 2 preps. I am teaching 6th and 7th grade science.

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    2. That is a great question, and a great blog topic. Look for a post very soon :)

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  2. It was wonderful collaborating with you. Best of luck!

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  3. I am in a similar situation as Monica R. I am the only science teacher in a smaller school so I am responsible for all 3 middle school science contents. A couple of months into the year, the well-laid plans start fraying!

    I love your exit pass bundle. I think this would be helpful for me to keep better track of where the students are and where I need to go.

    Thanks-Kate

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    1. Thanks. That's, I think, one of my most useful and versatile products. did you know there is a free sampler as well. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/4-Pack-of-Exit-Tickets-1333406 It only has 4 exit tickets, but can give you an idea

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  4. I love all of the Environmental Studies lessons on you TPT site!!

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  5. I struggle with coming up with fun games. :-/

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  6. I struggle with the topics I myself find "boring". Like ecology. I'm also trenching a grade 12 physics class next year that I e never taught before. That will be a challenge.

    On the blog I would like to see explanations or examples of how you use activities, etc

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  7. We struggle with force and motion because of the math that's involved, especially that now, in Texas, the 8th graders are given calculators. Now they are practicing those necessary skills even less. I would love to read more about you formatively assess in the classroom. Quick responses to gauge data.

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    1. Hi, that is also a great blog post topic, which I will write more about. I do use exit tickets a lot. I have a bundle available here https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Pack-of-50-Exit-Tickets-Formative-Assessment-1104431 But I will write more about using them soon.

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  8. I would love to see something about teaching plants. This unit always falls right in the middle of winter.

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  9. Just learned about your blog and very interested in reading and investigating your materials. Ideas for reviewing material for tests and quizzes would be helpful to me.

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  10. I teach health science classes. I struggle most with those topics that students consider to be boring, but which will be important to them regardless of where life takes them (ex. Insurance, Availability of Healthcare Providers).

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  11. I would like to read more posts about reading and writing in the science classroom. I frequently use articles in my classes -- students read, discuss, and write about the content -- but I am amazed at how low my students are regarding reading comprehension and writing skills.

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  12. I am getting ready to start teaching middle school science this year. Thanks for sharing your resources!

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    1. I would like to read more about the NGSS and how that will change how science teachers teach.

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  13. I would LOVE to have some of the physics items. I have to teach ICP and physics is not my #1 subject. I would like the students to get more involved. If they touch and do more with the concepts they will learn and keep the concepts in their heads.

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  14. right now I am teaching 7th and 8th grade science, and I am going to be starting (very slowly) interactive notebooks this year, my students have always struggled with motion and forces, and the periodic table.

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    1. I would love to see some personal experiences, I am new to your blog but I will be researching it more now that I have found it!

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  15. what I would like to read, is how do you keep the students engaged in something that they do not want to learn.

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  16. I struggle with stoichiometry because some students lack the math skills. Some are either very high and some are low.

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  17. I struggle to find interesting hands-on experiences for biology topics - especially cells and genetics.

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  18. I am new to blogging as well. How to run a successful science fair? Integrating math and science programs for ES as well as MS and HS?

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  19. I struggle with teaching action-reaction forces to my physical science students.

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  20. My 7th grade students always struggle with matter, elements, atoms, physical and chemical changes and things like that.

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  21. I always like reading about how people run and decorate their classrooms.

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  22. I am a first year teacher so I am not sure what I struggle with yet, but I will soon know!

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  23. I would love to see first year advice, classroom setups, and general secondary science information.

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  24. I teach middle school and high school, along with some college method courses. the most difficult concept I teach is establishing hypotheses.

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  25. I would like to read about incorporating inquiry learning in the classroom

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  26. I would love more Physical science labs. It's the area that I struggle with the most.

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