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Great for a Valentine's Day math activity! An engaging activity connecting math concepts to sports! Instead of boring worksheets, students will solve problems based on their own collected data and connect the concepts to cool careers! Students learn about heart rate and the importance of this numb
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Investigate the effects of increasing exercise on your heart rate. Low prep activity that is lots of fun. Great for teaching the scientific method, variables, and graphing. Teachers will appreciate the ease of use and students will love getting active in class. It is geared for 4th and 5th grade
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Investigate the effects of increasing exercise on your heart rate. Low prep activity that is lots of fun. Great for teaching the scientific method, variables, and graphing. Teachers will appreciate the ease of use and students will love getting active in class. This investigation is developed fo
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Teach students about heart rate, circulation, and graph/data analysis with this printable, reproducible worksheet! This worksheet is designed to help students relate heart rate to muscle and respiratory requirements, as well as offer practice analyzing graphical data. It can be used during the stud
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Biology Lab: Measuring the Heart Rate in Daphnia Daphnia are tiny crustaceans, closely related to a shrimp. They are often called “water fleas”. Daphnia are ectotherms and their body temperature changes with the surrounding environment. This further means that there is a direct correlation or re
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Have a heart! Students gather data from their own pulse rates from four exercises and create a graph to show the results. They also must analyze and interpret the data to explain their differing heart rates. A scoring rubric is provided for the graphing exercise. Heart facts and diagrams are also in
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Can kindergartners and first graders do science investigations? Of course they can and they love it. Investigate the effects of increasing exercise on your heart rate. Low prep activity that is lots of fun. Great for teaching the scientific method, variables, and graphing. Teachers will apprecia
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This activity investigates the relationship between heart rate and exercise and students write a CER argument to explain this relationship. This can be used to teach about the circulatory system, cellular respiration, exercise and health, and homeostasis of the body. Students take their resting h
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In this activity students measure their heart rate in beats per minute. The data is collected and organized in a frequency table then graphed in a histogram.
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This pack includes a PowerPoint that teaches students to calculate their target heart rate, the Borg scale, and the difference between high and low intensity workouts. It also includes the note handout to go with the PowerPoint, a circuit, and a handout to go with the circuit to calculate student’s
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This lab illustrates the relationship between exercise and heart rate. Shows how to record your resting heart rate and also measure your recovery time from exercise to gauge your level of fitness. Includes data tables, graphs, and interpretation of data skills.
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This is an activity that has the students reading their BPM and comparing their BPM after performing exercises. They chart their BPM and then create a graph with their data. Then answer questions about BPM.
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This activity begins with a brief description of what the student's pulse rate is and how to find it. Students will measure their resting heart rate, heart rate while running in place for two minutes, and their resting heart rate. Students will then measure their heart rate by observing the vibr
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A fun experiment that will have your students thinking and working through the steps of the scientific method to determine what factors affect the human heartbeat. Inquiry-based learning at its best! What is included in this resource: ---------------------------- • comprehensive teacher's guide •
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The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) require students to understand homeostasis and how body systems interact to maintain it. This lab is similar to many others out there, but I tried to make it simple and right to the point.
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Meets math and science standards associated with common core! Students are asked to calculate their target heart rate using the Karvonen Method. After they calculate a target heart rate, students complete a series of activities and after completion they graph their results using either a line or bar
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Looking for a new way to introduce lab process and scientific method? Use this lab as a great way to show students how science is done! This lab helps incorporate students love of music with scientific principles. By having the students listen to a variety of different tunes and measuring their
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This spreadsheet is filled with an interactive graph based on real data that your students put into the spreadsheet. Their are hyperlinks for students to use (video and text for differentiation) to learn how to check their pulse. This would be a great lesson to complete for a heart healthy unit, or
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Use this printable HR log to assess student effort during class activities. Provides students with a space to record HR at the start of an activity, during the activity, and upon completion of the activity. This not only shows students their HR during exercise but also shows them how their heart r
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This is a good activity to show how the human body responds to a change in its environment... exercise! Just make sure they prop the chair against a wall so it doesn't move when they are doing the chair stands! : )
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This is a digital download bundle that contains 3 investigation journals: *Kindergarten and First Grade *Second and Third Grade *Fourth and Fifth Grade The students will investigate if increasing the exercise effects their heart rate. Each journal is formatted for the appropriate grade level.
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This activity determines a high school student’s heart rate and compares this rate during rest and during exercise. There are charts to fill with data, graphs to create and questions to answer.
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This fun/hands on lab will allow students to determine one’s pulse rate during rest, exercise, and exercise recovery!
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GREAT VISUAL FOR EASY CONNECTIONS! Students have a hard time relating the math /number for their MAX HR to their level of fitness and activity level. This is a great visual where they can have their max hr in front of them and see where their heart rates should be for their desired level of activi
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Prints 2 per page! Resting Heart Rate Worksheet This is a great lesson to teach students how to take their pulse and help improve understanding of their Resting Heart Rates. Perfect for a Maximun Heart Rate/Resting Heart Rate lesson. I used this along with the MAX HR print out as a double sided w
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This lab covers heart rate and has the student manipulate their own heart rate while designing their own experiment using the scientific method. The lab guides the student through the steps of the scientific method by providing instruction of how to complete each section. Students enjoy the freedo
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Students learn how to mathematically calculate their target heart rate. Following the calculation students choose their entry level into a timed physical activity. Upon completion of the activity, students find their heart rate and determine if they reached their target heart rate during the activit
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During this lab students will calculate their resting heart rate, perform an exercise (1 min of burpees) and calculate their recovery heart rate. Students will gather class data & identify trends among athletes vs. non-athletes.
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This is the perfect companion to the Heart Rate SM Reference Lab PPT. It can be used to print out for students that need a hard copy of notes/labs and also provides the strips for the vocabulary flip-ups.
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This PowerPoint teaches students about calculating their target heart rate, the Borg scale, and the difference between high intensity workouts and low intensity workouts.
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An excellent resource for an integrated science/health/physical education lesson about the importance of cardiovascular exercise. This worksheet is a lab students will complete while exploring how to determine one's heart rate and what effect cardiovascular exercise has on heart rate. Students will
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Students learn how to determine their maximum heart rate, target heart rate training zone and how to keep a one-week log of their resting and exercise heart rate. Rubric included
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This is a great companion to the Respiration Rate Lab. In this activity, students hypothesize about the changes to their heart rates before and after exercise. Before you begin, you will need to help students find a way to count their heart rate. The carotid artery works well. Radial arteries are no
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Students will... 1.) Determine their resting heart rate. 2.) Determine their heart rate during exercise. 3.) Analyze the effects of music on their heart rate. 4.) Reflect upon their findings. Grading rubric for the assignment is included.
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Teach your life science students about the circulatory system using this informative and engaging hands-on resource. Included you will receive vocabulary term sheets, a ten-page nonfiction article that details the blood vessels; arteries, veins and capillaries, blood, and the heart. Students will le
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This demonstration illustrates the incredible ability of the human heart to work and work and work. A volunteer will compare their resting heart rate before and after trying to produce the same amount of work as the human heart, by pumping one-third of a pint of fluid 60 to 80 times every minute, f
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