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This science lesson examines how mold (mould) grows and survives in different conditions. The lesson defines mold and where it can be found and then scaffolds how to setup an experiment to determine the ideal growing conditions for mold. The experiment template is also included! NOTE: Two version
Learn about the different types of environments Earth has to offer. What is an aquatic environment? What is a terrestrial environment? What's the difference between a stream and a river? Your students will be captivated by the pictures of the environmental landscapes and wildlife. Students love
Home Types from around the worldA resource and activity packet teaching students the different types of homes other children may live in. This packet includes:1. Teacher information: Posters of different homes with information about that home: Home:Who lives in this type of home and why?How many peo
OBJECTIVES:•Observe, record, and compare how the physical characteristics of plants help them meet their basic needs such as stems carry water throughout the plant. •Describe how adaptations help living things survive in their environments.
Learn about the different types of environments Earth has to offer. What is an aquatic environment? What is a terrestrial environment? What's the difference between a stream and a river? Your students will be captivated by the pictures of the environmental landscapes and wildlife. Students love the
Four short non fiction text on different types of environments for primary students: the ocean, the desert, the rainforest and the arctic.
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1st - 3rd
Activity sheet and data collection chart to go with the Glencoe Biomes Simulation Exploration. Students will analyze the precipitation and temperature data for the selected the different Biomes located around the world. They will also calculate and record the average for each category. They will be
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4th - 10th
Learn about the different types of environments Earth has to offer. What is an aquatic environment? What is a terrestrial environment? What's the difference between a stream and a river? Your students will be captivated by the pictures of the environmental landscapes and wildlife. Students love the
Provides various environmental factors that may overstimulate/dysregulate students. Also includes possible coping skills to use based on each environmental factor
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Not Grade Specific
PERFECT FOR DISTANCE LEARNING!UPDATED January 31, 2021This unit got a major overhaul! All the pages have been converted to GOOGLE SLIDES and the clip art was all updated so that it could be used as moveable pieces and text boxes where applicable. I have also included video links for all of the top
The Grade 3: Soils in the Environment activity packet is aligned with the 2009 Ontario Science curriculum expectations. This packet has students explore what soil is, the importance of soil and what soils acts as a base for. In this unit, students explore the composition of soil, and how soil is mad
SAVE MONEY when you combine resources in this NGSS human impact on ecosystems middle school ecology bundle! Includes activities for habitat destruction, introduction of invasive species, and overexploited species. Also includes a webquest about how people can restore ecosystems, and a culminating
Please make sure you always have the most recent version of my products, I update my products all the time! I am a science teacher who is still in the classroom and every time I use one of my lesson plans, I think of new things to add! Please make sure you always have my latest version. Here’s how:
Grades:
K - 2nd
Read about and GRAPH the growth of an invasive species and its impact on a native species and biodiversity! Covers NGSS MS-LS2-4, MS-LS2-5, and MS-ESS3-4.This activity has the following sections:READING: Students read a 2-slide informational text about zebra mussels, an invasive species in North Am
This workbook covers the Grade 7 Interactions In The Environment unit in the Ontario Science curriculum (Understanding Life Systems). This resource contains information sheets, activity sheets, lessons, vocabulary, a quiz and a research assignment. Topics covered include biodiversity, biotic and abi
Florida's Environment: How do people affect Florida's environment? Paired Passages & Informative/Explanatory Writing - Digital & PDFThis is a set of three leveled paired passages or texts with multiple choice and short answer or response comprehension questions, as well as an extended writin
Middle and high school students love to grow bacteria in a lab setting. In this biology lab, students swab different locations in the school in an attempt to determine which location has the highest number of microorganisms.What is the purpose of this lab??To determine where in the school environme
How do people change the environment around them? Students will use The Lorax (1972) movie and book by Dr. Seuss to explore examples of human-environmental interaction and their effects on the environment. This is a four day project which is completed in class. Day 1: Students watch The Lorax a
Grades:
6th - 8th
INCLUDED in this download:Science Doodle SheetTwo versions of doodle sheet included: 
Interactive Notebook Size and large 8.5 x 11 size PowerPoint – to show students the KEYThese flat doodle sheets are different than my foldables. It is the same content but in a flat sheet format. They are a great A
Analyze MAPS to determine the impact of habitat destruction in the rain forest! Covers NGSS MS-LS2-4, MS-LS2-5, and MS-ESS3-4.In this ecosystems and ecology activity, students will:Read a background article about biodiversity and habitat destruction in the Amazon Analyze 4 different colored maps of
This product was designed for Grade 7 students to "Learn-at-Home". There are nine interactive lessons that allow students to engage in the topic, explore key scientific concepts, explain their thinking based on information learned, and extend their knowledge base. Students can work at their own pace
This packet contains 87 photographed images of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes within the environment- squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders, spheres (diamonds and semi-circles also included) In this pack you will find: -79 photo cards -8 shape scene card
This Environment and Traits 5E Unit Plan is an inquiry-based unit that focuses investigating acquired and learned traits from the environment. Throughout the unit, students use evidence to explain how traits can be influenced by the environment, including diet and learning. Students explore the ca
Were you told to start morning meetings or class meetings and you have no idea where to start? Relax! I took care of it for you! I created a years worth of greetings, sharing, and activities. Our class meeting time has become a sacred time during our day. It is extremely important to hour our classr

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