Take a look inside our printable book "Physical Science Across the Curriculum, Volume 1 (Grades 6-10)," with this sneak peek slideshow. You'll see a preview of the worksheets and activities inside, including activities about soap and bridges, and how they're connected to subjects across the curriculum. This slideshow is just a sampling of all you can find in the printable book!
Use this printable to teach children about the first car races, and then have them answer the questions that follow.
In this printable, children must research the connections between soap and World War Two, and then answer related questions.
This printable asks children to solve a symbolic code and explain what it means.
This printable has children define words and then use them to write a "soap story."
This printable asks students to explore the claims of soap manufacturers and then apply what they learn, to evaluate whether the claims are reasonable.
Following the directions in this printable, students will work in small groups to build an arch bridge that spans the distance between two desks.
Use this printable to teach children about different types of moveable bridges, and then have them answer the questions that follow.
Using this printable, students will study the data about notable bridges in a table, and then answer the questions that follow.
In this printable, children must imagine they are living in New York City in July 1869. They will write a letter to the editor of a newspaper, demanding that the Brooklyn Bridge construction be halted.
If you enjoyed this slideshow, you'll love what's in the entire printable book! These cross-curricular activities will help students see the connection between physical science and other subjects. The book is only available to subscribers, so to see more sign up for a free-trial membership today!