Parallel and Series Circuits Open Circuits – Closed Circuits – Science Notes




Science can be a hard subject to teach. Often times we are not given a text book and we have to provide our own material. Science notes are a great way to keep the material engaging and rigorous as well.

What are science notes?

Science Notes are a way to connect the left brain to the right brain. Students can learn with their preferred way of learning. They can draw, write, and color while the lesson is being taught. The Science Notes support the main idea of the topic while also making connections through visuals.

How can you use this in your classroom?

•Direct Instruction

•Doodle Stations (complete part of the Science Notes during a specific rotation)

•Use as a study guide and for assessments

•Assign for homework

•Independent Time!

What does this include?

1 Page on Series Circuits (3 different options)

1 Page on Parallel Circuits (3 different options)

1 Page on Series & Parallel Circuits Identification (3 different options)

1 Page on Open & Closed Circuits (3 different options)

1 Teacher Answer Key

Photo of a completed example for each page


Teachers like you said:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Helped reinforce the concept during distance learning. The students were unable to do anything hands on so this was fun for them.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Great support for our electricity and circuits unit.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Great resource to use keep students engaged. My kids love to use the doodle way of taking notes.


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