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  1. Custom Set

    Animal Skeletons - Find the Animal

    In this Custom Set, students match animals with their skeletons. Their choices are summarized on the final page, enabling you to assess performance.

    On the start page, click on each skeleton to see the animal to which it belongs. On each page, click on the empty cells to open pop-ups, and choose the picture and animal name to match the skeleton.

    For an error-free matching activity based on the skeletons, see the Clicker Matching set “Animal Skeletons – Look and Read.” For a Talk Set using the same pictures, see “Identify Animal Skeletons.” For related activities, search for skeletons on LearningGrids.

    For ages 6 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: March 8, 2017
  2. Custom Set

    Label the Skeleton One

    With this Custom Set, students label an adult skeleton with some of its main bones. The set uses common names for the bones.

    On the start page, read the labels. On the activity page, click on each empty cell and select a label from the pop-up.

    For related activities, search for skeleton on LearningGrids.

    For ages 7 to 9
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: March 8, 2017
  3. Custom Set

    Label the Skeleton Two

    With this Custom Set, students label an adult skeleton with some of its main bones. The set uses scientific names for the bones.

    On the start page, read the labels. On the activity page, click on each empty cell and select a label from the pop-up.

    For related activities, search for skeleton on LearningGrids.

    For ages 9 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: March 8, 2017
  4. Custom Set

    Vertebrates and Invertebrates - Sorting

    This is a Custom Set for sorting pictures of animals according to whether they are vertebrates or invertebrates. Students decide which animals belong in each group by using their knowledge of what makes a vertebrate or an invertebrate – use the information pop-ups to consolidate their understanding.

    On the activity pages, click on the empty cells and choose the animal which is a vertebrate and the one which is an invertebrate. On the first pages, students sort the animals in pairs so that they focus on just two pictures at a time. On the final page, they sort all twenty animals into the two categories.

    Search for vertebrates or animals on LearningGrids for other Clicker resources on this topic.

    For ages 7 to 9
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: March 8, 2017
  5. Clicker Board

    Producer or Consumer

    With this Clicker Board Set, students create simple mind maps to show living things categorized as producers or consumers in the context of food chains.

    On each board, link the pictures of living things to the title cell (producers/consumers) as appropriate – click the cell and then drag one of its round handles to the statement. Eliminate the unwanted pictures by clicking on them and then on the trash icon. Add other living things by double clicking on the page to create a cell. Then add a picture using the picture toolbar.

    For further follow-up sets, search for food chains on LearningGrids.

    For ages 7 to 9
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: March 8, 2017
  6. Clicker Book

    Electrical Circuits - Read a Book

    In this Clicker Book, students read about simple series electrical circuits and how they work.

    They find out what electrical circuits need in order to work, and about components that make up the circuit. The book includes examples of circuit configurations which don't work, and the reasons why they don't work.

    For related sets, search for electrical circuits or electricity on LearningGrids.

    For ages 8 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: March 8, 2017
  7. Clicker Book

    Change the Circuit - Make a Book

    In this Clicker Book, students write about how a bulb will function, according to variations in how a circuit is set up. The set shows four circuits in which the number of cells, bulbs, and length of wire varies.

    To create the book, go to Edit View. On each page, click/tap on the text box to write - the set contains a word bank for support. For a speaking activity using the same pictures, see the Talk Set “Change the Circuit." For other related sets, search for electrical circuits or electricity on LearningGrids.

    For ages 9 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: March 8, 2017
  8. Word Bank

    Electrical Circuit Investigation

    This Word Bank enables students to write an outline of an investigation into electrical circuits, in which they test the effects on a light bulb when different components in the circuit are changed.

    The set contains a starter tab, a frame, and relevant vocabulary to write up the investigation. To complete the test, students should change components in the circuit (e.g. battery voltage, wire length, switches on/off, or number of light bulbs) and note the effect on the light bulb.

    For other sets on this topic, search for electrical circuits or electricity on LearningGrids. To write outlines of other science investigations, search for investigation on LearningGrids.

    For ages 9 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: March 8, 2017
  9. Word Bank

    Electrical Circuits

    This Word Bank provides vocabulary for writing about an electrical circuit. It includes the names of its basic components, including battery, wire, bulb, switch, and buzzer.

    For related resources on this topic, search for electricity on LearningGrids.

    For ages 7 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: March 8, 2017
  10. Word Bank

    Electrical Conductors and Insulators Investigation

    This Word Bank contains starters and vocabulary to enable students to write an outline of an investigation in which they find out which materials are good electrical conductors.

    The tabs contain a frame and relevant vocabulary to write up the investigation in which objects made from a range of materials are tested to see which ones can complete an electrical circuit.

    To complete the tests: set up a simple circuit with a bulb, a battery, and wires, but make a gap in the circuit. Then get the students to test different objects in the gap to see which ones can complete the circuit and make the bulb light up. Make a note of the ones which do complete the circuit (conductors) and those that do not (insulators).

    For other Clicker resources on this topic, search for electricity or conductors on LearningGrids.

    For ages 7 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: March 8, 2017
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