5th Grade General Science and More with Switch Classroom!

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February 12, 2024

Are you an upper elementary or middle school teacher, searching for energy resources and activities aligned to your instructional goals and curriculum? The 5th Grade General Science Alignment Guide is the perfect place to get a quick start on a variety of topics that get students excited about energy learning.

Compiled by teachers across the country, it provides key lessons and suggested activities for hydropower, wind, solar, and global energy access. These free resources are easily modifiable and fit instruction for both upper elementary and middle school curricula. 

In addition to 5th Grade General Science, Switch Classroom has quick start alignment guides available for other science classes, including:

4th Grade General Science

AP Environmental Science

IB Environmental Systems & Societies

Physics

Chemistry

Earth and Environmental Science

Physical Science

Our Teacher Advisory Council is working to create alignment guides directly for the middle school grades (6th, 7th and 8th grades). Stay connected for more updates regarding their development; subscribe to the Switch Classroom newsletter here.

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