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Parts of the Human Eye: Google Slides, Distance Learning + PPT + 2 WorksheetsInteractive presentation & interactive quiz on parts of the human eye: Please watch the preview video before purchasing to understand the depth of content and interactivity of this product.INTERACTIVE GOOGLE SLIDES/POWE
This is a zipped folder containing a PDF and an editable version of each of the following: - a lesson plan on the parts of the eye - a worksheet on the parts of the eye - a plenary activity / quiz on the parts of the eye (which can be seen in the preview) Alternatively you can buy this product as
HyperDoc Questions? Curious about hyperdocs? Check out my YouTube video to learn How To Use HyperDocs. ProductThis document will help you students learn all about the parts of the eye, and how the eye works. The links go to videos, documents, and simulations to help bring the eye to life. Students w
Grades:
5th - 9th
What do your students know about the outside parts of the eye? This mini fact sheet teaches basic functions of the outside parts of the eye. Students use a word list to identify the parts of the eye on an eye diagram. They then match the eye parts to their description. Find over 330 health activitie
Learn the vocabulary and purpose of the following vocabulary: sclera lens retina iris pupil optic nerve cornea It is a 12 page mini-book.
This activity is fun for children. Perfect for a study of the five senses or the human body, this life sciences activity will get your children hooked on wanting to learn more! The set includes 20 cards, 10 pairs, of real images to bring into the home or classroom. I created these cards with two a
Grades:
PreK - 1st
Help your students learn the names and locations of the complex structures of the human eye with this engaging word search puzzle. The worksheet includes a detailed diagram of human eye anatomy. The words are hidden in all directions and there may be some overlaps making this a challenging word se
Grades:
6th - 9th
Science worksheets: Label parts of a human eye2 VERSIONS OF WORKSHEET (Worksheet with a word bank & Worksheet with no word bank)Students have to parts of a human eye (Optic Nerve, Retina, Lens, Cornea, Pupil, Iris)Worksheet aimed at higher primary/high school level.Students can color in the
This interactive Slides activity focuses on the parts of the eye. The post actually contains three assignments all-in-one. Slide #1 is a drag-and-drop, slide #2 is labeling with a word bank, and slide #3 and labeling without a word bank. Slide #4 contains the answer key. Please feel free to use both
Make science homework meaningful by learning science by doing!This exciting experiment has students discovering that the pupil in their eyes noticeably changes size in the light versus in the dark. Students will understand the important concept that our eyes take in light in order to see. This exp
This escape room is a great way to review key parts of the human eye and their functions! Like all my Escape Rooms, this one has no teacher prep and is a lot of fun for the students. You can simply give the them the link and let them go!What's included:A homemade website with the five digital clues
Grades:
7th - 11th
Four labs to study the human eye's structures, functions and mechanics. These labs require no setup and could be used in centers or stations. The directions are written directly to the students so you don't have to introduce them. They're great additions to a study of light and optics. The first act
Grades:
4th - 5th
Eye Nomenclature Cards are formatted in a 3-part card series with blackline master included. The 10 parts of the eye: eye, eyelids, pupil, eyelashes, iris, eye socket, sclera, cornea, optic nerve, and orbital muscles.Includes:10 cards with labels10 cards without labels10 labels1 blackline masterCard
Grades:
1st - 4th
Three labs to look at our vision and how our eyes work. None of these require any setup so they can be used in centers or stations. As kids' understanding of light and optics develops it's cool to help them correlate that understanding with how their eyes work. The directions are written directly t
A strong phonics program results in better readers, writers and spellers. Eyes of an Eagle is a comprehensive, systematic and interactive advanced word work program. It targets long and variant vowels, prefixes, suffixes and vocabulary. Part I has 70+ sorts and lotto games. Part II continues the sam
Grades:
2nd - 4th
I use this powerpoint before I do the cow eye dissection with my third graders. This goes over parts and has pictures and is simply explains the function.
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3rd - 12th
This powerpoint lesson is on the PARTS OF THE Eye. It is part of the HUMAN BODY unit. This lesson includes a slide stating the objectives of the lesson, a slide that has a "Did you Know" fact pertaining to the lesson and a slide that has a review of the lesson at the end. This lesson includes de
Grades:
5th - 8th
This product includes:Part 1 Quiz (12 Questions) with Answer KeyPart 2 Quiz (12 Questions) with Answer KeyPart 3 Quiz (12 Questions) with Answer KeyPart 4 Quiz (12 Questions) with Answer KeyPart 5 Quiz (12 Questions) with Answer Key Other Products offered by "Subject Matter Expert" (Not Included in
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This set of word search, secret code and word scramble worksheet printables features phrases and terms relating to parts of the eye. Streamlined for easy instructional use, each puzzle worksheet in this set — even the word jumble — comes with a convenient teacher answer key for quick correcting. The
Grades:
10th - 12th
Part III includes 40+ engaging worksheets, all with multiple activities. They give additional practice in recognizing and spelling the vowel patterns that are targeted in Parts I and II. Additional goals are understanding prefixes and suffixes, the resultant new vocabulary and building/decoding la
Part II of Advanced Word Work highlights the same letter patterns as Part I with eight games; Yikes I, II and III, Wicked Word Webs I and II and Fox & Fowl I, II and III. Yikes I and II focus on long and variant vowels and Yikes III on prefixes and suffixes. Three students can play each game,
Part 4 is the digital component to Advanced Word Work. It combines the sorts from Part 1 with the worksheets from Part 3, making these activites great for distance or hybrid learning. In the sorts children identify words from a word list and type them under the correct pattern. On the worksheets s
Part I of Advanced Word Work begins with Sorts for 35 long and variant vowels and 39 common prefixes and suffixes, all with 8-12 words for each pattern. There is also an extensive list of homonyms and heteronyms, most having these same vowel patterns. There are also three Lotto Games that highlight
This is an assessment over the Human Eye. It has multiple choice questions, sequencing, labeling, and constructed response questions. I don't always have sequencing on my assessments but found this to be the perfect way to determine whether or not students can follow the steps to how the human eye
Grades:
5th - 9th

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