After creating my Energy Posters, I wanted to create some sort of activity to go with them. I started by creating a board game (more on that at a later time) and then wanted to do something that the whole class could participate in. I settled in on task cards that could also be used for a SCOOT activity.. I made a set of 36 cards. I don't know about you, but my classes sometimes go up to 33 or 34 students.
For those of you that don't know what scoot is, here are the directions:
The first thing I did was to pass out the cards. I even put them on the empty desks and back table to be able to use them all.
I then passed out the Energy Scoot recording sheet.
I started out with giving them two minutes to answer the questions, but realized it was too much time for these questions. I set my timer to go off after a minute and told the students that was their signal to move.
They had a blast doing this! We were able to do some review for the state testing that was going on this week and the students felt like they were playing a game.
You can get you own copy of the Energy Task cards at TpT:
|Energy Task Cards at TpT|
or you can get them at Teacher's Notebook:
|Energy Task Cards at TN|