This activity requires students to answer 12 questions related to the carbon cycle. Once finished, students will use the answers to color the corresponding parts of a fun killer whale mandala coloring page. I have also made sure to include questions that address misconceptions regarding the carbon cycle. For example, some students have trouble understanding that there is no beginning or ending to the carbon cycle. They mistakenly believe that the carbon cycle starts with photosynthesis and ends with cellular respiration. The questions within this activity will help address such misconceptions.
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✔ Excellent summative assessment
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✔ Versatile - use for classwork, homework, early finishers, extra credit, test review, or an engaging sub lesson
✔ Includes non-cutesy graphics that both tweens and teens will enjoy coloring
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