Simulation

Below  you will find a reading, a poem, a writing prompt, a math activity, and more to help you teach lessons on Simulation. Watch our short video to learn about these and all of our videos on Simulation that can be found on our YouTube channel, FunScienceDemos. If you have time, we would love to hear from you. Tell us how you have used these resources with your students at the end of this page. Thanks!

  • Simulation – Reading (and Writing Prompt)
    • Google Docs format – Just click on this link to open the document in Google Docs. From here you can download (as Microsoft Word, pdf, or a number of different formats) or print this document. When you are signed into a Google account other features are available, such as translation into virtually any language.
  • Simulation – Poem
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  • Simulation – Math Activity
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  • Simulation – Assessments
    • Assessment 1 – 5 multiple choice questions and 1 open-ended question
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    • Assessment 2 – 10 multiple choice questions and 2 open-ended questions
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  • Simulation, Engineering, and Technology videos – Just CLICK HERE to see simulation, engineering, and technology ideas for your students and classes.