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Use this simple but highly engaging activity to help students make the connection between inherited traits and the similarities between parents and their offspring. Students will flip a coin to simulate the genetic traits being passed on to the offspring of two made-up “parent” creatures. File In
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Use beads, pipe cleaners, and paper clips to model all four types of molecules studied in a traditional high school biology biochemistry unit. Students will model monomers, polymers, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids (DNA and RNA). This is a tough unit to teach. Chemical structur
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In my classroom, this game not only produced lots of laughs, but provided an excellent illustration of biodiversity within an ecosystem that I referred back to often as an example in later class periods. This game consists of two simulations. Each student during each simulation will have a card wit
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Population biologists have developed several methods for sampling a population. In this lab, the student will use the sampling technique known as the "mark and recapture method" to estimate the size of a population of wild beans! Students will compare their estimation of the population size obtain
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Also included in: Population Ecology Bundle

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I created this to give students some hands-on practice with the concepts of food chains and food webs. This will make your students THINK about food relationships in an ecosystem! During this activity, students use cards to create food chains and then work to connect and overlap the food chains to
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This DNA Fingerprinting Simulated Crime Scene Activity is a great way to begin your unit on the structure, function and processes of DNA in order to elicit student interest in learning about the DNA molecule! I introduce this crime scene situation on the first day of studying DNA then do a series of
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What are prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells? What are the differences and similarities between plant and animal cells? What are the different organelles and how do they function? How are cells specialized to perform different functions?Your students will play fun games, watch engaging short videos, an
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This guided inquiry activity involves the student in a study of the growth rate in a rabbit population. The student assumes the role of scientist to determine the birth rate, mortality rate, growth rate and total population size of the rabbit population over a 20 year period. The data is plotted o
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Also included in: Population Ecology Bundle

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This activity is a Mitosis and Meiosis Pop Bead Lab Simulation. In this guided activity, students will use pop bead kits to assemble and manipulate chromosomes during both types of cell division. The student handout is 9 pages long. It contains instructions, guided hints to the next step, fill in
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Also included in: Biology Lab Bundle: 15 Must-Do Labs

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Cellular respiration labs can be difficult to carry out, but not this one! In this lab on cellular respiration, students will observe the gas exchange (carbon dioxide release) that occurs during the reactions of cellular respiration using a red cabbage juice indicator. Make your science class more
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Also included in: Cellular Respiration Bundle

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This DNA Fingerprinting Online Virtual Activities Handout will guide students through four realistic online simulation activities: • DNA Extraction • PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) • Gel Electrophoresis • Creating a DNA Fingerprint • It is concluded with a C.S.I. game based on the show, using Fore
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This is the new installment of my paper animal dissections. It can be used instead of real dissections to save an animal's life and to allow all students the access. My own biology students enjoy doing these paper dissections. It reinforces human anatomy studies as well as comparative anatomy.
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Come let's explore the world of genetics by creating Celebrity Babies! Students will use Punnett Squares and the concepts of heredity to become genetic counselors for some of the most popular celebrity couples of today! Included in this activity is: 1. Student Lab Worksheet2. Teachers' Guide3. Baby
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This product, by It’s Not Rocket Science, is designed to be used as a project-based learning resource for students to learn about ecological interactions of an ecosystem and the biogeochemical nutrient cycles. In this inquiry-based investigation, students will create an ecosystem simulation using 2
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This bundle includes two units: Plant Structures and Animal Structures. This bundle was created to support NGSS 4-LS1-1: Construct an argument that plants and animals have internal and external structures that function to support survival, growth, behavior, and reproduction. The unit is appropr
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How does ecological succession result in changes in an ecosystem? What are the differences between primary and secondary succession? How do pioneer species contribute to the biodiversity of the climax community? How is aquatic ecological succession different than terrestrial ecological succession?Wa
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Cells - Cell Size Diffusion and Math Lab Why are cells so small? This integrated math lab allows students to experiment with various "cell" sizes to determine the ideal cell size. Lab activity includes lots of measurements and calculations to demonstrate why the ratio of surface area to volume is
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Aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards, this fun lab asks students to examine the same information that scientists Watson and Crick had available in order to solve DNA's structure. Students work cooperatively, and compete to be the first to solve the double helix. I'm new to TPT, and wo
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Oil Spill Simulation Lab is a great addition to any ecology, ecological succession or environmental care unit or lesson plan. Lab takes students through simulation, starting with checking off needed materials, going through multiple steps of investigation, drawing, and inferring, and finishing up
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This hands-on macromolecules lab is a student favorite for sure! This is a 4-page lab activity packet with steps for constructing glucose and fructose molecules using mini marshmallows and toothpicks. Students will then join their molecules in order to form sucrose. The lab contains a short intro
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This is one of my favorite activities! The students really have a lot of fun with this lesson. After a brief talk about how the DNA in each of us is different, I relate that to how each food item has a different bar code as well. I use bar codes (DNA samples) and place them around my room on various
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This comprehensive unit introduces students to wave energy in the form of light and sound. The unit begins with lessons relating to waves. Many hands on opportunities help students develop a strong understanding of necessary concepts. This unit was designed to address several standards in the N
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Also included in: 4th Grade NGSS Science Bundle

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Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration - Device-Based Scavenger Hunt Activity. This activity is the coolest thing I've created and your kids are going to love it, mine do. Think of a scavenger hunt, then add devices (Smartphones, Chromebooks, Laptops, or Tablets), engaged students, and learning thr
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If you have played the Traveling Nitrogen Activity found at: http://www.windows2universe.org/teacher_resources/nitrogen_activity.pdf this game is exactly like that but modified for biotic and abiotic factors in an ecosystem. Students will travel as a white-tailed deer to different lab stations to s
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