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Science is an excellent way of engaging students to learn more about their environment. The following visuals are useful in teaching students science.
When learning about different scientific concepts, students may be asked to write a report. This chart may help students identify the main points of what they should write about. It includes sensory cues, such as sight, hearing, smell and touch.
Download and view Science report (PPTX 119KB).
Learning about animals is often a point of interest for students. In 'Amphibians', students can use photos to identify aquatic animals and list traits of each species.
Download and view Amphibians (DOC 3585KB).
'Birds' is a guide to help students identify facts about types of birds. It asks students yes or no questions about birds while providing photos of various species.
Download and view Birds (PPTX 911KB).
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