5 Ways to Use Seek & Finds

Are you hooked on Science Seek & Finds yet? One of the reasons why Science Seek and Finds are so successful is because they can be used in a variety of ways! Just find the way that works best for your class. 

1. Unit Title Page for Interactive Notebooks

Seek and Find Science makes a great addition to interactive notebooks. I use them as title pages when we start a new unit or topic. You wouldn’t believe how many times students will go back to this page when they have a spare second!

2. Project Image on Board for whole class fun

Students love the chance to write on the board. Project the science Seek and Find on your SMART board and allow students to come up to circle a seek and find item.

3. DIY Activity & Stations

Laminate the Seek and Find picture and allow students to circle answers with dry-erase markers at stations. 

4. Enrichment for Early Finishers

Seek and Find Science is great for early finishers. Keep your early finishers busy with this fun and academic, standards aligned activity. It is a great incentive to get work done! Just print and go or go digital! This no prep activity makes it perfect to have around for those “just in case…” days or to leave as an emergency sub plan.

5. End of Unit Review

Seek and Find Science is a unique way to assess student learning. Have students determine what information they know and what information they still need support on. This creates a great opportunity for think-pair-share.

 Check out my post about The Science Behind Seek & Finds to find out more about Seek & Find Science and try this FREE Scientific Method Seek and Find.  

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