This username and password
combination was not found.

Please try again.

okay

find a plan

Sixth Grade Lesson Plans for Science Subjects

41-60 of 217

What You Can Do with Your Turbine

Title – Basic PVC Wind Turbine – Uses By – Chad Johnson Primary Subject – Science Grade Level – 6-12 Constructing Basic PVC Wind Turbine Unit Introduction Basic PVC Wind Turbine Parts and Tools List Constructing Basic PVC Wind Turbine Procedures Building …

Print Friendly

Subject:

Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12  

Teams Research and Construct Solar Ovens

Title – Solar Ovens By – Erik Hanchett Primary Subject – Science Grade Level – 6-8 Objective: Students will research and construct solar ovens and then test parameters. Standards: Technology: TSS1C1PO1 TSS1C3PO2 TSS1C4PO1 – O2 TSS2C2PO1 TSS4C3PO2   Science: MSS1C1PO2 MSS1C2PO3 – …

Print Friendly

Subject:

Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8  

Plant Transpiration – Plants Sweat Too!

Title – Plant Transpiration – Plants Sweat Too! By – Erik Hanchett Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Computers & Internet Grade Level – 6-8 Objective: Students will identify the factors and processes of plant transpiration in context of the water …

Print Friendly

Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8  

Latitude, Angle of Sun and Solar Energy

Title – Latitude, Angle of Sun and Solar Energy By – Mark Wenning Primary Subject – Science (Astronomy & Physics) Grade Level – 6-12 Description: Students massage spreadsheet data by using sorts to tease out the relationships between latitude, angle of the …

Print Friendly

Subject:

Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12  

Decorate Plastic Cup Flowers with Different Materials, Then Test for Opacity, Aesthetic Value and Durability

By – Roger Whiting Primary Subject – Art Secondary Subjects – Science Grade Level – 5-8 Essential Question: How does an artist decide which art material to use for his/her project? Objective: Collect and analyze data Use a variety of different art …

Print Friendly

Subjects:

Art, Science  

Grades:

5, 6, 7, 8  

The Question in this Experiment is whether Green is the only Color in a Leaf

Title – LEAFY GREEN By – Judy Schneider Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Science Grade Level – 6 – 8 (adaptable) SCIENCE PROJECT OF THE WEEK LEAFY GREEN PROBLEM: Is green the only color in a leaf? RESEARCH: Look up …

Print Friendly

Subject:

Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8  

This lesson uses Owl Pellets to aid in studying the Skeletal System

Title – Owl Pellets By – Jamie Rettke Subject – Science Grade Level – 6-8 Topic: Skeletal System Duration: 45-60 minutes Skills Analysis, comparing similarities and differences, generalizations Objective: When asked the students will be able to: 1. Dissect an owl pellet …

Print Friendly

Subject:

Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8  

Art Music – students write music verses and use kinesthetic intelligences to imitate bat sound & flight

  Title – The Incredible Yuma Bat and Clapper Rail Unit – Art Music By – Brenda E. Wilson Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Music Grade Level – 6 Period of Time: One-half month unit of study Purpose: to introduce …

Print Friendly

Subjects:

Music, Science  

Grade:

6  

An Experiment that asks if Plants need Sunlight to be Green

  Title – LIGHTS OUT By – Judy Schneider Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Science Grade Level – 6 – 8 (adaptable) SCIENCE PROJECT OF THE WEEK LIGHTS OUT PROBLEM: Do plants need sunlight to be green? RESEARCH: Read about …

Print Friendly

Subject:

Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8  

A Science and Art lesson on creating a Rain Stick (Music and Social Studies too)

  Subject: Science Title: Science in Art: How to Make a Rain Stick by T. Vieira Grade: 4th – 6th grades Objectives: The objective is to introduce a knowledge and appreciation of the rain forests in Brazil, and then have students make …

Print Friendly

Subjects:

Art, Science  

Grades:

4, 5, 6  

Discrete Mathematics – class systematically lists and counts bats

  Title – The Incredible Yuma Bat and Clapper Rail – Discrete Mathematics — Systematic Listing and Counting By – Brenda E. Wilson Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Math, Computers / Internet Grade Level – 6 Period of Time: One-half …

Print Friendly

Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Math, Science  

Grade:

6  

This Science Experiment looks at what happens when Food Coloring is mixed with Oil and Water

  Title – OIL AND WATER By – Judy Schneider Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Science Grade Level – 6 – 8 (adaptable) SCIENCE PROJECT OF THE WEEK OIL AND WATER PROBLEM: Will food coloring mix with oil and water? …

Print Friendly

Subject:

Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8  

Students love this Earth Day Jeopardy game activity (Special Ed – 3-12)

Title – Earth Day Jeopardy By – Julia Bishop Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Social Studies, Language Arts Grade Level – 3-7, Special Ed Concept: Earth Day Jeopardy is a great cross-curricular ecology lesson (reading, social studies and science) that …

Print Friendly

Subjects:

Language Arts, Science, Social Studies  

Grades:

3, 4, 5, 6, 7  

A fun idea for an online lesson on Leap Year

Title – Leap Year Day by – Lorah A. Perry Subject – Math, Science, Computers & Internet Grade Level – 5-8 Today is a special and unusual day that happens only once every 4 years.  1) When did the practice of adding …

Print Friendly

Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Math, Science  

Grades:

4, 5, 6, 7, 8  

10 Earth Day Classroom Activities

Title – 10 Things To Do On Earth Day With Kids In The Classroom By – Judith Gorgone, founder of Planetpals.com Primary Subject – Science Grade Level – 4-8    Introduction: Earth Day is quickly approaching and what better way to set …

Print Friendly

Subject:

Science  

Grades:

4, 5, 6, 7, 8  

In this lesson students create 3-D models of ocean animals, and you create a 3-D ocean bulletin board

  Title – 3-D Ocean Animals By – Ryla Pollan Primary Subject – Science Grade Level – 3-6  3-D Ocean Animals Students love learning about the ocean and the animals that live there! MATERIALS: * computer/internet access for research or encyclopedia   …

Print Friendly

Subject:

Science  

Grades:

3, 4, 5, 6  

“How Viruses Travel” is the topic of this lesson plan

  Title – How Viruses Travel By – Stephanie Simpkins Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Grade Level – 6-8 How Viruses Travel by Stephanie Simpkins Objective: Students will understand how certain viruses travel through a population by simulating the transmission …

Print Friendly

Subject:

Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8  

Here students develop a digital ecosystem PowerPoint photo album

Title – Ecosystem Photo Album By – Amy Malowitz Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Computers / Internet Grade Level – 6-9 Content: Students will evaluate factors involved in ecosystems including biotic and abiotic factors. They will provide evidence of individuals, …

Print Friendly

Subjects:

Computers & Internet, Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8, 9  

What do you get when you mix Borax with Glue? Find out in this Science Experiment

  Title – GLUBBER AND GLUE PUTTY By – Judy Schneider Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects –   Grade Level – 6 – 8 (adaptable) SCIENCE PROJECT OF THE WEEK GLUBBER AND GLUE PUTTY PROBLEM: What happens when I combine Borax …

Print Friendly

Subject:

Science  

Grades:

6, 7, 8  

Writing Process Publishing – students create computer graphs showing the population rise

  Title – The Incredible Yuma Bat and Clapper Rail – Writing Process Publishing By – Brenda E. Wilson Primary Subject – Science Secondary Subjects – Math, Language Arts Grade Level – 6 Period of Time: One-half month unit of study Purpose: …

Print Friendly

Subjects:

Language Arts, Math, Science  

Grade:

6  

41-60 of 217