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This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their knowledge with the respiratory system.Important: (How to Make Completely Digital)This product normally requires the printing of the questions to accompany a digital form for students to input answers. But if you follow a couple simpl
This is one of my favorite games to play with my students! Students will be divided into 4 teams and make their best guesses on questions related to the Respiratory System. All of the questions have numbers for answers, so closest guess wins! Each time a team wins, their balloon inflates just a l
7th - 12th
This fun hands on game engages your students in the review of what they've learned about the respiratory system. It's a great opportunity to allow your students to work in groups while reinforcing terms and concepts about respiratory system anatomy. With this activity, your students will stay on t
Respiratory System Bingo is a fun digital game to test student understanding of keywords. This product is designed for use with Google Classroom. The teacher statements are fully editable for your class and curriculum needs. Having a mix of keywords and pictures in the bingo grid makes the game more
Two quick and fun game-type anatomy review activities to supplement a respiratory system unit!Includes the following:1. Respiratory System Chain Puzzle - Students create a domino-like chain from phrases that trace air and oxygen to cells, and carbon dioxide away from cells. Students are given 14 box
This interactive dominoes style game with full teacher key teaches or reviews vocabulary for the respiratory system. Vocabulary covered: pulmonary veins, bronchioles, bronchi, medulla oblongata, pulmonary arteries, cilia, capillaries, alveoli, bronchi, pharynx, diaphragm, trachea, epiglottis, rib ca
6th - 9th
Respiratory System. Respiratory System Games. These games are included in my complete unit on the Respiratory System available in my store. Provide a spark to your unit on the respiratory system for human body systems. Here is a I Have Who Has game for review and a Board Game to help your students
4th - 7th
Review the structures and functions of the respiratory system with this interesting and stimulating card game. This game has been created in the style of – “I have, Who has...?” Your students will love this game and even want to play it again. Play this game after you taught the unit. It is a great
9th - 12th
These are challenging vocabulary card scramble games for older students to play in groups. This activity is appropriate for high school and adult students. The objective of the game is to be the first group to put all cards together correctly. These activities encourage students to talk about the vo
10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
A comprehensive and enjoyable fully resourced lesson for middle school on breathing and the respiratory system plus a compendium of seven enjoyable and challenging games, suitable for all abilities. Each game is fully resourced, comes with full instructions and is easy to run. This versatile games p
One 16-question long Google form test over the respiratory system. Case study format including multiple choice and short answer questions. Includes answers and point allotments for each question. This bundle also includes a "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" - style review game including questions and
A comprehensive, fully resourced lesson for middle school on breathing and the respiratory system plus an enjoyable and challenging board game for up to six players a set. What's CoveredBreathing is movement of air in and out of the lungs.Respiration is the release of energy from glucose. Breathing
This jeopardy game can be used as a review/test prep or assessment tool. You can have your class work in small groups and have them keep their scores (you would need to buy more than one license to do this) or you can divide the class in half and use the projector. My students' loved competing and
10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
A comprehensive and fully resourced lesson on breathing and the respiratory system for middle school plus an enjoyable yet challenging dominoes game which students can either match or answer the question. What’s CoveredBreathing is movement of air in and out of the lungs.Respiration is the release o
The respiratory system cards can be used for your students to model the pathway of air through the respiratory system. There are three levels of play that can be used:Level 1- Cards that are numbered in the order of the pathway of air and include text about what occurs in each part of the pathwayLev
6th - 10th
This is a game that was created to teach students about the organs in the respiratory system. The game requires student to answer questions and write their answers on an answer sheet. I used this game as evidence for the MCAS-Alternate (MCAS-Alt) assessment for my special education students, but it
5th - 12th
Similar to "The Game of Authors" or "Happy Families", the game is played like go fish. The object is to collect a set of four of a kind, or a “book” of facts about each part of the respiratory system. The player with the most sets at the end of the game wins. The decks consists of 32 cards (set of 4
4th - 7th
This is an engaging and enjoyable memory game on breathing and the respiratory system. Pupils work in teams of three or four. Each team lays out their 42 cards face down in a square and take it in turn to turn over two cards. If the cards are a question and its correct answer, the pupil keeps the pa
A great way to consolidate learning on breathing and the respiratory system with this pack of cards which can be used to play three different card games. So much fun, students don’t even realise they are learning! Prior Knowledge RequiredBreathing is movement of air in and out of the lungs.Respirati
A dominoes game with questions and statements on breathing and the respiratory system instead of answers. Prior KnowledgeBreathing is movement of air in and out of the lungs.Respiration is the release of energy from glucose. Breathing provides the oxygen for aerobic respiration and gets rid of wast
Lesson Includes A Circulatory System and Respiratory System Justpardy Review Game PowerPoint. Justpardy has a similar concept to the Jeopardy game seen on TV Game Play SuggestionSet up tables in front of the classroom, 1 table per team.Divide the class up into 3-5 team, depending on class size.Have
Respiratory System Spin Wheel Revision ResourceThis resource encompasses 12 key questions from the respiratory system unit. These are questions selected as they occur regularly and are classically challenging for students to answer. The resource is based around the organs and their functions in the
6th - 10th
Teaching your unit covering the respiratory and muscular systems doesn’t have to be overwhelming or boring. My students love this “slap game” hands on activity and I bet yours will too! Your students will be having fun and learning as they play this fun and challenging card game. The accompanying wo
**THIS is a PC Version** View this video by copying this link and pasting it into a web browser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9O0UoOkuxY In this Memory Match Game mini, 6 matching pairs of the brain and five senses are hidden in the puzzle. This mini is great for comprehending the topics covered

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