5 Ways to Find Out What the Kids, Tweens & Teens Learned in Science This Year

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It’s about that time, time for the school year to end.  While schools may be preparing to see what the kiddos have learned all year, I plan to do a little at home assessments myself – for two reasons.  First, where I live waiting on the schools tests results can sometimes take all the way to October and I don’t have time for that.  Second, where I live there are only a few grades that test students in every subject.    So my kiddos may take the social studies test, but not the science.  Which leaves me wondering….what do they know and what they don’t?  I don’t want to find out years from now that my little genius got stumped in third grade on the life cycle and here it is sixth grade and my child is lost.  I don’t have time for that either.
Summer is the best time to catch up on what was left behind during the school year.  So we are making use of these interactive science games.  The games lets the kiddos have fun with learning, the score at the end lets me know what we need to work on.  Winning!  

 

 

Happy Learning!!

 

 

High and Middle School

High School – Did your teen take biology this school year? Test their knowledge of heredity, inheritance and trait variation with this DNA game.
 

parents review science teens tweens kids students games at home

(from spongelab.com)

 

 

Middle School – Did they really learn the parts of the cell (Animal, Plant and Bacteria)?  Find out with this game!
 
parents review science teens tweens kids students games at home
(from sheppardsoftware.com)

 

 

 

Elementary

Older Elementary – Check out what your whiz kid really knows about Life Cycles with this game!
 
parents review science teens tweens kids students games at home
(from sheppardsoftware.com)

 

 

Younger Elementary – Did your younger whiz kid learn about predators and preys? Test what they really learned with this food chain game!
 
parents review science teens tweens kids students games at home
(from sheppardsoftware.com)

 

 

 

Kindergarten

Get your little genius on the science track with this interactive game on sound to get them thinking!
 
parents review science teens tweens kids students games at home

(from e-learningforkids.org)

 

Here’s to Closing the Achievement Gap!!

 

 

 

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