The Secondary Smorgasbord Theme of the Week??
Free and Fabulous!!
I am super excited to be participating in a new monthly blog hop / linky for secondary teachers. This terrific idea is the brainstorm of two friends Darlene Anne Curran (The ELA Buffet) and Pamela Kranz (Desktop Learning Adventures). I was fortunate enough to finally meet both new friends this past summer at the TeachersPayTeachers convention in Las Vegas.
The idea behind this blog hop is to provide you secondary teachers with some new ideas, tips for your classroom, free teaching materials, and anything else we can think of. So welcome to the first installment of the Secondary Smorgasbord! The theme for this month is "Free and Fabulous!" Be sure to click on the links in the first paragraph of the post so that you can grab all of the awesome free teaching materials.
What is on the smorgasbord menu from Science Stuff? I have decided to highlight two freebies that I have in my store. Both are simple one-page references tables, but I have used both of these in just the last week! If you are a biology or a chemistry teacher you know that both of these play a very important role in our classes. I know you already have these tables, but I have spruced them up to make them attractive for our students.
For the Biology teachers: Here is a chart of all 64 mRNA codons and the amino acids they code for. This is a must-have during your unit on DNA, RNA and Protein synthesis. (Click image or red text to download freebie.)
For the Chemistry teachers: This is a table of electronegativities. This is a must-have during units on the periodic table and bonding. Click image or red text to download freebie.)
Again, be sure to check out all the posts / freebies by clicking the links in the first paragraph. I hope you find something you can use! Be sure to watch each month for the Secondary Smorgasbord Buffet of Resources!