Product Crosswalk Documents
These documents will help navigate our products using the 2018 streamlined TEKS.
To view our science products and sample, visit the Region 4 Store!
The Region 4 Hub hosts our digital products and samples.
(Note: This account is totally separate and apart from a Region 4 account that tracks transcripts and certificates!)
To use IMA funds, quickly find a list of the science products we offer, their ID and ISBN numbers, descriptions, prices, and the percentage of TEKS they address.
Science TEKS Streamlining Update
The streamlined TEKS, including edits, have been posted!
A clean version of the streamlined science TEKS is also available.
If you need assistance with professional development or planning for the streamlined science TEKS, please let us know. Contact us via phone at 713.744.6577 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Highlighted tools show when they are introduced.
This document includes the main changes within each grade band.
We've studied the streamlined TEKS and aligned the student expectations by theme within reporting categories.
It's a Science Free 4 All!
You asked for it. You got it! This section of the product page contains free access to some of our most requested resources we've presented at workshops, meetings, and conferences.
STAAR Review to Go Tracking Tables
Students may use a tracking table to record which activities they've completed as well as indicate their confidence level with the concepts in each. The tables also serve as a way for teachers to see student accomplishment.
*If your district or campus has created folder activities, the blank template is customizable for your needs.
*Print this two-sided, flip on short side. You'll get two cards per sheet.*
Use these cards as formative assessment tools. Students can indicate their answers sliding a paper clip or by pinching the card using an index finger and thumb. You'll be able to see answer choices no matter where you are in the room because the cards are the same on the front and back. The faces at the bottom can indicate how confident students are with the answers they've chosen.
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