FREE Elementary + Middle School Science Packet

October 23, 2018


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I really needed some super cute notebooking pages for ecology, biology, astronomy, and botany for my 6th and 9th graders this year. My younger daughter is covering a huge span of science topics using Beautiful Feet Book’s History of Science while my oldest is enjoying Biology from Sabbath Mood this year. I love both of the programs but also REALLY like great notebooking pages to utilize with science. My girls just seem to treat the topic “more officially” when it’s on a pretty notebooking page. 

But, I also had in mind to create a phases of the moon poster and flashcard, a flower part poster and worksheet, a cute mushroom poster, a reference guide to the Scientific Method, and a great conservation poster as well. I thought I would combine all of that and more and share with all of you! It resulted in 17 pages of helpful resources that would be perfect for elementary through middle school students (and maybe even high school!). 

Here’s exactly what’s included:

  • Scientific Method: At-A-Glance
  • Experiment Record (written + visual)
  • Astronomy, Ecology, Biology, Botany Vocab + Written Narration Pages
  • Ecology Poster
  • Phases of the Moon Posters (2) and Flashcards
  • Parts of a Flower Poster + Worksheet
  • Mushroom Poster

That’s it, friends! If that sounds like a great pack for your students this year, head over to Life, Abundantly and grab them today!

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