Types of Energy Science Doodle Notes with PowerPoint & Quiz

This Forms of Energy Science Doodle Note includes space for students to identify, define, and illustrate: mechanical energy, kinetic energy, potential energy, electrical energy, radiant energy, chemical energy, elastic energy, nuclear energy, thermal energy, sound energy, and gravitational energy.

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$5.49

This Forms of Energy Science Doodle Note includes space for students to identify, define, and illustrate: mechanical energy, kinetic energy, potential energy, electrical energy, radiant energy, chemical energy, elastic energy, nuclear energy, thermal energy, sound energy, and gravitational energy.

With what standard does this resource align?

This resource will aid students in moving towards mastery of the Next Generation Science Standard NGSS MS-PS3-2, MS-PS3-3, and MS-PS3-5.

What are doodle notes?

Doodle notes are a visual aid that will increase student concept retention, focus, creativity, and engagement. Students will gain experience in synthesizing information and creating their own tangible connections in their notes.

What do I have to do?

These doodle notes are no prep! Print which version of the doodle notes is most appropriate

for your students (easy differentiation!) and use my provided notes or your own. I have included a PowerPoint slide show that includes the answers to the fill-in-the-blank notes. I have also included a student quiz to easily assess student mastery of the doodle notes content.

How do I use doodle notes?

• Teacher led note taking

• Student led note taking

• Independent research or homework

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What is included?

⭐ 1 doodle note with fill-in-the-blank notes and completed illustrations
⭐ 1 doodle note with fill-in-the-blank notes and no illustrations
⭐ 1 doodle note with no notes and completed illustrations
⭐ 1 doodle note with no notes and no illustrations
⭐ 11 PowerPoint slides for the fill-in-the-blank notes
⭐ 1 1 completed examples of the doodle note
⭐ 1 student quiz with teacher key.

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