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About SNAPs Lab Stations ActivitiesSNAPs Lab Stations Activities require students to use science, math, literacy, problem-solving and engineering skills. They are designed to enhance students' understanding of scientific concepts and help students apply scientific ideas to the real world. Each stati
This complete 5E instructional sequence introduces Earth’s biomes and uses these as a vehicle through which to teach biotic and abiotic factors and address the Next Generation Science Standard MS-LS2-1. It is the first unit in my NGSS-aligned Middle School Life Science Curriculum (coming soon), but
This is newly updated as a digital PDF for home or distance learning! This cross curricular lesson on resource availability and its effect on the growth of organisms takes between one and two days to complete. Phenomenon-based, it's an interesting activity that has students read an article and analy
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This product addresses concepts related to Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics - Analyze and interpret data to provide evidence for the effects of resource availability on organism and populations of organisms in an ecosystem. Included are content sheets/poster, along with half-sheet ver
Students analyze and interpret data to create graphs, identify causal relationships, and make predictions about the effects of resource availability on organisms and populations in this NGSS-aligned three dimensional assessment designed to evaluate MS-LS2-1. MS-LS2-1: Analyze and interpret data to p
In this explore, explain, and elaborate activity bundle (three activities!), students first identify factors that impact living things in photos of different ecosystems. Through discussion, they categorize their ideas and ultimately sort their ideas into living and nonliving. In the second activit
This is newly updated as a digital PDF for home or distance learning. This fun and engaging, cross curricular lesson on resource availability and its effect on the growth of organisms requires students to read an article on how California’s drought has had effects on plants and animals. It illustrat
In this explore and explain activity bundle (three activities!), students first carry out research on organism using linked resources provided (and any supplemental materials you may add).  They use this research to create a "dating profile" and then participate in classroom speed dating.  In the se
In this evaluate performance task, students are given a phenomenon via text and develop a model of the water cycle in the Mojave Desert. They then analyze data (MS-LS2-1) to evaluate the effects of a change in the availability of a resource (water) on the growth and reproduction of organisms and po
In this explore and explain activity bundle (three activities!), students first rotate through stations at which they examine data to draw connections between resource availability (specifically the availability of water) and the growth of organisms and populations.  Then, students interact with a t
In this elaborate activity, students read two scientific texts adapted for classroom use to obtain information about the effects of changes to resource availability on organism growth and populations. They answer analysis questions to determine the purpose, methods, and results of the investigations
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About this Product• This download includes G Suite designed resources needed for one 45-minute science lesson.• The resources in the download are re-bundled (and re-formatted) from my Ecology Unit Bundle. • Purchase the materials for the topic(s) pertinent to your classroom - not an entire unit!• Fi
About this Product• This download includes resources needed for one 45-minute science lesson. No prep needed!• The resources in this download are re-bundled from my Ecology and Ecosystems Unit Bundle. • Instead of purchasing an entire unit, purchase the materials for the topic(s) pertinent to your c
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How can we engineer a garden to produce maximum vegetables? Students will design and build 'agriculturally engineered' gardens in an attempt to outperform the control. Acting as agricultural engineers, students will collect, analyze, and interpret data from their gardens to provide evidence for the
NGSS MS-LS2-1 Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics-Resource Availability PowerPointMeant as a resource for background knowledge, not a student performance tool or model. Check out my NGSS MS LS2-1 to check for understanding.Can be edited for younger or older learners.Includes Graphs for da
NEW! This resource contains quality, EDITABLE sample NGSS assessment questions and performance tasks for the Life Science Performance Expectation MS-LS2-1. Analyze and interpret data to provide evidence for the effects of resource availability on organisms and populations of organisms in an ecosyste
Using cane toads as a example, students analyze data showing how access to resources can impact a population size. Includes a rubric.
NGSS MS LS2-1 Ecosystems: Resource Availability Worksheet with Answer KeyWorksheet to check for key understanding of subject matter. Can be edited for younger or older students.Not designed as a project to design or construct a model.1) Define ecosystem. 2) Explain carrying capacity. 3) Illustrate a
Engage your students with over 30 Interactive Notebook activities for all of your ecology unit needs. Our interactive notebook flippers will have your kids "flipping" their way to learning all about organisms interect with one another and their environment. Disseminate these lessons as you see fit t
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How do organisms interact with one another and their environment? Find everything you need to teach with this ecology and ecosystems unit bundle that is complete with a guiding PowerPoint, tons of activities, graphic organizers and more, plus one of our favorite projects, the Biorama! WHAT'S INCLUDE
Bring the NGSS science standards to life with these easy-to-use, color-coded, editable posters for middle school science. They are perfect for showing students, parents, and administrators the academic standard that is at the root of your lesson. The illustrations and kid-friendly language help stud
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This guided inquiry activity (printable or digital) involves the student in a study of the growth rate of 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
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Engage your students with over 200 Interactive Notebook activites for all of your life science needs. Our interactive notebook flippers will have your kids "flipping" their way to learning all about cells, genetics, evolution and more! Use these activities as stand-alone lessons or as a supplement t
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Everything you need at your fingertips! Teach an entire YEAR of life science with over 35 weeks of lessons in this curriculum bundle - including daily warm-ups, lessons, labs, activities, projects, study guides and assessments, and an animated PowerPoint for each of the following units: Scientific M

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