Aug 7, 2017

Giant Secondary Science Giveaway

Welcome!  Thanks for stopping by our Huge Secondary Science Giveaway

The secondary science teachers of TpT want to make your school year a bit easier.  We are giving away 5 $100 TpT gift certificates, as well as individual prizes.  We want to get your school year off to a smoother start.  


You can win in two different ways: 

1. Many of the sellers pictures are giving away individual resource prizes on their own blogs!  Check out the the rafflecopter to win $10 worth of resources from my TpT store!  
2. The big prizes!  We are all pooling our resources to give away for secondary science teachers 5 $100 Teachers Pay Teachers gift cards!  Each blog post has a secret code work at number.  
My word is #14. who.  Collect the words from each blog shown below, write them down in numerical order and then submit the sentence into the big giveaway for a chance at a $100 gift card.   Note: This rafflecopter only needs to be completed once. It is the same on each blog. 

The giveaway opens Monday at Noon and ends Friday at Midnight. 

Good luck!  Please feel free to comment below, or email me with any questions, and share with your science teacher friends! 

Lastly, there is one more science giveaway that is separate, but just happens to go be going on at the same time.  You can enter THAT ONE here.  

So you really have 3 chances to win something!   Good luck!  

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36 comments :

  1. Hi. Thank you for putting together these awesome prizes. One topic that I would really like to hear on the blog is more about NGSS and how this can be effectively implemented in the classroom. Thanks.

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    1. Thanks. Yes, I need to get going on NGSS. I am in NY State and we are not doing NGSS as written. We have our own NYS version based on NGSS, but they haven't gone into effect yet. However, I still need to get up to speed on that.

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  3. Thank you for sharing great resources! I would love to see more about how you differentiate in a science classroom, particularly with lab work!

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    1. A great topic! I have quite a few articles I've written on differentiation, if you search, but here is one popular one. http://www.scienceinthecityclassroom.com/2016/09/a-differentiation-strategy-you-can.html

      Hope it helps.

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  4. I would love to hear more about your thoughts on state testing.

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    1. Great topic - that would be an interesting post, or discussion in our facebook group - 21st Century Science Teachers

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  5. Thank you for sharing all your amazing resources :)

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  6. stations ideas that are inquiry based

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    1. That's a great idea! Look for it in an upcoming post

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  7. How to use Task cards in different ways - Task cards!

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    1. Task cards is a great topic! Here is one post on that http://www.scienceinthecityclassroom.com/2017/01/5-ways-to-use-task-cards-in-classroom_21.html

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  8. Warmups in the science classroom!

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    1. Another one of my favorite topics. Here are a few links for you, and there is always room to write more:

      http://www.scienceinthecityclassroom.com/2016/11/year-long-formative-assessment-bundle.html

      http://www.scienceinthecityclassroom.com/2015/09/warm-upsbellwork.html

      http://www.scienceinthecityclassroom.com/2017/03/how-can-digital-task-cards-make-your.html

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  9. I would like to see more about NGSS and incorporating google chrome books into the middle school science classroom.

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    1. Yes, I have been using chromebooks and have written a bit about them, but planning more coming up in the fall (working on a short series). Anything in particular you are looking to see about chromebooks?

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  11. Thank you for your resources and for your dedication to bringing science to children in the classroom!!

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  12. How do you handle homework and test retakes?

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    1. This is a great question. We just had a good discussion on this in our facebook group, but it would also be a good blog topic.

      Here is a link to that discussion https://www.facebook.com/groups/21stcenturyscience/permalink/1443083055727588/

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  13. THank you for putting this together. What a fun way to discover new TpT sellers and resources!

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  14. Love all these scavenger hunt type activities.... it is really expanding places I can get great teaching ideas from.

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  15. I always like to see resources on technology integration in 1-to-1 classrooms!

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  16. I would like more NGSS, PBL lessons and technology integration! Thanks so much!

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    1. NGSS seems to be a hot topic, as well as tech integration. PBL is something I would love to get more involved in, and be able to write well about, but it hasn't been a great fit for my district. Hopefully in the future! Definitely keep your eyes open for tech integration posts.

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  17. Thank you for the opportunity to win teacher $$$$...I would like to read about different ways for students to Elaborate (5E) on the material they are learning.

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    1. Thank you. I have an upcoming post about how I use this, but I think Kesler Science is really the expert on the 5E's model.

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  18. Thank you for sharing your great ideas.

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  19. Super excited about this giveaway!

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  20. Thanks for the giveaway. Looking forward to refreshing my classroom!

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  21. I'd like to see memory tricks, ideas with acronyms, metaphors, etc to help students understand or remember difficult topics.

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    1. That's a great idea. Look for it coming up... I think there are lots of ways to help students with this type of information

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  22. So many topics to choose from! Have you posted about INQUIRY labs? I need all the help I can get with that!

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