This is a fun card sort/matching activity directly aligned to Next Generation Science Standards MS-LS1-6 and MS-LS1-7. It includes 17 types of cards (in 3 different sets) to be matched onto two “boards” that depict a mitochondrion (where cellular respiration takes place) and a chloroplast (where photosynthesis takes place). The cards include chemical formula and, element/atom models, visual models of the molecules involved with the two processes – use one type or both to increase exposure! With
This bundle includes 16 resources for grade 9-12 about Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration including: Reading, Color Diagrams, and NGSS Performance Tasks (34 pages total). Resources included in this Next Generation Science Standards Bundle:• Photosynthesis - Next Generation Science Standards and Rubric Building Resource (3 Pages)1) Photosynthesis - Reading (1 Page)2) Photosynthesis - Color Diagram (1 Page)3) Photosynthesis - Short Answer Quiz with Answer Key (2 pages)4) Sunlight Crisis - Vol
Fully editable and Complete 5E Lesson. Everything you need to teach a unit on Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration. This fully-editable, no prep bundle follows the 5E model and provides step-by-step instructions on how to implement it in your classroom. The included lesson has been fully updated and now includes both Google and Office versions of each resource. The lesson also includes an auto-graded Exit Ticket to check for student understanding. Lesson Objective: • Students will be able to
*UPDATED with Google Drive™/Google Classroom™ compatibility. You receive BOTH print and digital paperless resources. Perfect for in-class instruction, distance learning, or flipped classrooms.This set of clear, simple DIAGRAMS and STUDY GUIDE will help your Biology students learn the main events of Photosynthesis, the vital process that produces the air we breathe and the food we eat. The concise 2-page study guide summarizes the key events of the Light Reactions and the Calvin Cycle. The diagra
When our students "do science", they remember the science. In this activity, students will use the resource as instructions for exploring the cycle of energy between the processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration. This is a lab using spinach leaves, baking soda, dish detergent, and a few lab supplies to gather evidence of the cycle of energy. Your students will get it and remember it. Check out the preview for a complete view of the download. What materials will you need? Syringe
This EDITABLE NGSS-aligned lecture provides an outline for: photosynthesis, cellular respiration. cycling of carbon, how humans are changing the normal carbon cycle, aerobic and anaerobic respiration. It is intended for introducing topics between more in-depth activities. STUDENT NOTE SHEET INCLUDED You can save money by purchasing this as part of an entire photosynthesis and cellular respiration bundle. You can check it out here: Photosynthesis and Respiration Unit BundleI have uploaded th
This bundle includes 17 Read and Apply Activities that align directly with the NGSS Life Science Standards in the MS-LS1 Category. Important Buyer Note: Everything included in this bundle is ALSO a part of my Life Science Read and Apply Bundle. Please do not purchase BOTH of these bundles. This particular bundle was designed to align directly with the NGSS MS-LS1 standards. Table of Contents: 1. NGSS Header Cut-Outs (FREE)2. MS-LS1-1 (4 activities): Intro to Cells, Viruses, Bacteria, and Archaea
This activity models how the atoms of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen are conserved and flow from the process of photosynthesis to cellular respiration. This cut and paste activity includes a student activity guide and models of water, carbon dioxide, glucose, and oxygen molecules. A teacher's guide also provides you with suggestions to make this a successful activity in your classroom. This activity can be completed through the traditional cut and paste method on paper or as a digital activity
This card sort on photosynthesis and cellular respiration formulas will prepare your 7th grade science and 9th and 10th grade biology students to compare and identify the chemical reaction reactants and products by name, molecular formula, and number. Includes adenosine triphosphate (ATP), glucose, and carbon dioxide. Important InformationAnswer key and student chart for interactive notebook includedRecommended for 7th grade science and 9thand 10th grade biology How it WorksStudents will sort
This EDITABLE bundle includes everything you need for a unit on Photosynthesis and Cellular respiration: bellringers, readings, lecture notes, a lab, activities, worksheets, task cards, homework and an exam. All of the materials included in this bundle are sold separately on TpT. Click on the links below to see detailed descriptions of each product included. Enjoy!HS-LS2-5. Develop a model to illustrate the role of photosynthesis and cellular respiration in the cycling of carbon among the biosp
Help students memorize the equation for cellular respiration and photosynthesis by arrange the reactants and products in word form and using chemical formulas.
This is the first step to learning NGSS MS-LS1-6 which lead up to HS-LS1-5 & HS-LS1-7.
This EDITABLE 4 page worksheet asks students to apply their knowledge of basic reactants and products of photosynthesis, cellular respiration (aerobic and anaerobic), ATP, and where each process takes place. You can use it in class as practice, for a homework assignment, or an exam review. ANSWER KEY INCLUDED.I have uploaded a .docx and a PDF so you can modify and differentiate to meet your classroom and students' needs. Enjoy!NGSS HS-LS2-4 Use mathematical representations to support claims f
NGSS aligned "From Molecules To Organisms: Structure and Processes" 24 page activity packet. fully printable, information, activities and NGSS performance based assessments. Next generation science standards. Middle school NGSS, photosynthesis, respiration, food digestion, energy transfer.
Thank you for purchasing this NGSS aligned resource “From Molecules to Organisms: Structure and properties MS-LS1”. This resource includes information and activities, which cover the core ideas for the unit
This review worksheet on photosynthesis and cellular respiration will prepare your 9thand 10th grade biology students to compare and identify the chemical reaction reactants and products by name, molecular formula, and number. It will also cover anaerobic vs aerobic processes including alcoholic and lactic acid fermentation as well as the structures and functions of chloroplast and mitochondria. Important InformationDesigned to go with Notes – Photosynthesis and Cellular RespirationAnswer key in
In this SORT science station, students read about the flow of energy through living things. They sort the scenarios into three categories: photosynthesis, cellular respiration, or neither. Students answer questions about the reading and sorting activity within their science journals, on the included worksheets, or in the Google Form™️.This SORT station is also available in a discounted bundle of 8 stations about Energy for Life.Google Classroom™️ Components Include:► Google Form™️ with Reading T
This bundle focuses on the cell processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration and how create food and energy for the cell. There is a combination of hands on activities, digital interactive lessons, and review in the lesson sequence. These lessons focus on the role of photosynthesis and cellular respiration in creating food and energy for organisms and the relationship between these two cellular processes. The resources cover the equations for both reactions, the cell organelles involve
This resource contains 2 reading passages about the cell processes that create energy for the cell: photosynthesis and cellular respiration. Each reading passage is followed by reading comprehension questions to focus the students attention on the main topics. Each engaging non-fiction reading passage focuses on the topics below: • Photosynthesis Focuses on the role of chloroplasts and chlorophyll in the photosynthesis reaction, the overall chemical reaction for photosynthesis and how plants us
This bundle of lessons will prepare students to differentiate between the processes of photosynthesis and cellular respiration. By completing these activities, 9th and 10th grade biology students will learn how to identify structures in the mitochondria and chloroplasts, break down the formulas, understand the role of ATP, identify the steps of the Kreb Cycle, Calvin Cycle, electron transport chain, and fermentation, and explain both processes in detail. Important InformationAnswer keys included
A bundle of read and apply products that are aligned directly and indirectly with NGSS Life Science standards for middle school. IMPORTANT BUYER NOTE: Every product included in this bundle is also included in my Life Science Read and Apply MEGA Bundle. What's the difference? This bundle only includes read and apply activities that support and align with the NGSS Life Science standards. The Life Science MEGA Bundle includes every single life science read and apply activity that I have created (N
NEW! This resource contains quality, EDITABLE sample assessment questions and performance tasks for the Life Science Performance Expectation MS-LS1-7. Develop a model to describe how food is rearranged through chemical reactions forming new molecules that support growth and/or release energy as this matter moves through an organism (cellular respiration and photosynthesis). It includes 5 questions or tasks total which can be edited, copied and pasted into various forms of assessments to align to
In this photosynthesis lab helps students learn how plants make food through photosynthesis and use it during cellular respiration. Students learn about the role plants have in in regulating the gases in our atmosphere. They learn that plants take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the atmosphere during photosynthesis and investigate the effects of light on photosynthesis. To test this, the aquatic plant, Elodea, is placed two test tubes filled with a solution of bromothymol blue that h
This activity is a foldable that helps students connect the carbon cycle to photosynthesis and cellular respiration. Students will create question flaps that will enable them to study the information and apply it is other projects.
This bundle includes 17 resources for grade 9-12 including: Reading, Color Diagrams, and NGSS Performance Tasks (33 pages total). LS2.B: Cycles of Matter and Energy Transfer in EcosystemsPS3.D: Energy in Chemical Processes Resources included in this Next Generation Science Standards Bundle:• Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration as Components of the Carbon Cycle - Next Generation Science Standards and Rubric Building Resource (2 Pages)1) Breaking Down the Carbon Cycle - Reading (2 Pages)
This card sort will prepare your 7thgrade science and 9th and 10thgrade biology students to compare and identify the properties and characteristics of cellular respiration and photosynthesis. After completing this activity, students will be able to identify the reactants, products, formulas, and location of both processes. Important InformationAnswer key and student chart for interactive notebook includedRecommended for 7th grade science and 9thand 10th grade biology students How it WorksStudent