Easel by TpT

You Selected:

Keyword

limiting factors in populations

Sort by

Digital

Grades

Other

Subjects

Prices

Resource Types

All Resource Types

Results for

limiting factors in populations

457 results
Relevance
Teach limiting factors and carrying capacity with this easy to use and check activity including detailed descriptions of key vocabulary and several case studies. Students will also have an opportunity to interpret a population graph on the final page. Vocabulary included: Limiting factorCarrying ca
Using simple chemicals (NaOH) and phenylthalene, students will participate in an activity that demonstrates the rate of disease spreading through 2 populations of different densities. The activity will help students realize that disease is a density-dependent factor rather than a density-independen
Get students moving with chat stations. They will move from station to station discussing the tolerance ranges of 3 species. Introduce the activity with the provided class note and consolidate with a class wide discussion.This 7 page download includes student note (1 page), chat note template (1 pag
Introduce populations and all necessary vocabulary with this interactive lesson. This resource includes two versions of the Google Slides presentation. The first version is shorter (10 slides) and includes an aligned student notes document. Vocabulary introduced in version 1 includes:populationpopul
Subjects:
Grades:
6th - 8th
This engaging WebQuest can be completed individually, with partners, or in groups. The purpose of this WebQuest is for students to learn about limiting factors, carrying capacity, and the relationship between the two.Some topics in this WebQuest:*biotic factors*abiotic factors*limiting factors*densi
Biotic and Abiotic Population Influences. This resource includes the lesson (student and teacher versions), a student lesson handout as a document, and a 4-question exit ticket to assess student understanding. The presentation is fun and applicable with a video embedded into the presentation.Google
Students watch a YouTube video on relationships in ecosystems.Students answer questions to reinforce key concepts: what are the parts of an ecosystem, abiotic factors and abiotic factors, what are limited resources in an ecosystem, how living things get energy, interdependent relationships in an eco
Grades:
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Population traits are key to understanding how biotic factors influence ecosystems. This ONLINE lesson provides a rich, editable presentation, screencast, sharable guided notes and a digital notebook file to help students learn concepts. The lesson begins with a bell ringer on Black Friday and how t
Population traits are key to understanding how biotic factors influence ecosystems. This lesson provides a rich, editable presentation, screencast, scribble notes, guided notes and a digital notebook file to help students learn concepts. The lesson begins with a bell ringer on Black Friday and how t
In this product you will find:PowerPoint showing what ecosystems, communities and populations are and how they are differentInteractive notebook inserts with keysCan you name it? ecosystem community population game Limiting factors PowerPoint slidesnotes sheet with keyBiome cards to pick from for wr
Get ready to have your students actively engaged for the entire class period with this lesson on limiting factors and carrying capacity.No prior knowledge from students is required!First, your students will play a 10-15 minute game called "Frogs in a Pond" (all easy-to-understand instructions and re
This digital product introduces how energy flows through habitats in a community and the types of niches found in a community. Feeding relationships are explored, including producer/ consumer, symbiosis and predator/ prey. Food chain and food web models are examined and made, as are Energy Pyramids
In this mini-unit, students will be studying relationships in ecosystems.  In particular, we will be looking at how populations grow, factors that limit populations, and the patterns those create in nature.  We will be starting an experiment in this unit that will get students outside and will have
Subjects:
Grades:
8th - 10th
This product provides students with a quick and easy reading about population ecology. Population density, logistic and exponential growth curves, and limiting factors are introduced in this short one-page assignment. Basic comprehension and critical thinking questions are included in the handout fo
Grades:
7th - 12th

Also included in: Ecology Reading Bundle

This engaging WebQuest can be completed individually, with partners, or in groups. The purpose of this WebQuest is for students to learn about limiting factors, carrying capacity, and the relationship between the two.Some topics in this WebQuest:*biotic factors*abiotic factors*limiting factors*densi
EDITABLEPopulation BiologyMark and Recapture Lab and Claim, Evidence, Reasoning, Rebuttal for White-Nose Syndrome in Bat PopulationsStudents will complete a lab using beans “bats” and use the Mark and Recapture technique to estimate a “bat” population in Mammoth Caves Kentucky. They will calculate p
Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems Bundle - A bundle of my best-selling formal assessments. This bundle is priced to save over 20% off buying each of the products at their individual prices.The Evaluation phase is the last step of the 5 E model. Here is a formal assessment to see what studen
Subjects:
Grades:
5th - 11th
Assessment: Limiting Factors and Carrying Capacity  - A formal assessment on limiting factors and carrying capacity. Focus is on density dependent/independent limiting factors and effects on and causes of carrying capacity of populations in ecosystems.The Evaluation phase is the last step of the 5 E
This worksheet was taken from my much larger complete 5E Lesson: Limiting Factors and Carrying Capacity. This was taken from a portion on the extension section of the 5E lesson plan.During the extension phase of the 5E instructional model, students participate in activities that connect what they le
Subjects:
Grades:
5th - 11th

Also included in: Complete Worksheet Bundle

PowerPoint Presentation follows section in PH middle school science textbook. Inculdes questions, links to US video clips, and homework assignment. Topics include carrying capacity, limiting factors, birth rate and death rate, etc. Guided split-page notes handout also available.
Grades:
5th - 8th
Tired of trying to find an ecology lab that generates usable data, is easy, and requires no field trip to the middle of the woods? Look no further. Duckweed is a perfect test organism, since it is easy to grow massive amounts quickly, is hardy, and shows very quick results. In this lab, students
Grades:
9th - 12th
This file contains a student FIB note that corresponds with a teacher directed Smartboard lesson. Students will cover terms/concepts such as: factors that affect population size, trends in populations, open/closed populations, limits on populations (abiotic/biotic factors), carrying capacity, limit
Subjects:
Grades:
6th - 10th
Make vocabulary interactive! Cut-and-Paste vocabulary is fun and interactive!Terms in this set include:-birth rate, death rate, immigration, emigration, limiting factor, carrying capacity, population densityKEY INCLUDED!!!!!!! PRINT AND GO!!!!!!!
Make vocabulary interactive! Cut-and-Paste vocabulary is fun and interactive!Terms in the set include: birth rate, death rate, immigration, emigration, limiting factor, carrying capacity, population densityKEY INCLUDED!

showing 1-24 of 457 results

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

More About Us

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up