Homeostasis PowerPoint and Guided Notes for Interactive Notebooks

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Elly Thorsen
Grade Levels
5th - 8th
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18 slides and 4 pages
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I was able to use this in class for review practice for my students towards the end of the year exam. They were engaged and able to build confidence.
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  1. This bundle contains everything you need to teach a week-long homeostasis unit to your middle school or upper elementary science students. You'll get a PowerPoint, interactive notebook pages, two activities, several worksheets, bell ringers, two projects, and an assessment. All resources come with a
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This eighteen slide PowerPoint introduces students to homeostasis concepts. The objectives of this PowerPoint are for students to define homeostasis, give examples of homeostasis, and explain what happens if people don’t have homeostasis. The PowerPoint includes root words, definitions, examples, review questions, and teacher notes. The guided notes can be used for all students or as an adaptation for students who need it. There are two versions of the guided notes. One is in handout form. The other is made to fit into interactive notebooks. The answers to the guided notes are included.

The PowerPoint is fully editable. In case of any formatting issues, a second version of the PowerPoint is included.(The second version of the PowerPoint is not editable.) The guided notes are not editable.

This resource can also be purchased as part of the Homeostasis Package, which comes with everything you need to teach a week-long unit on homeostasis in your middle school or upper elementary science class.

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“Great introductory lesson!”

“Excellent review for 8th grade students and good reinforcing activity with my 7th graders. I like the straightforward format that is easy for students to use and to reference later for study.”

“This was a great resource for my students to understand homeostasis.”

“Easy to use and easy for my students to follow along with!”

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Total Pages
18 slides and 4 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that feedback mechanisms maintain homeostasis. Examples of investigations could include heart rate response to exercise, stomate response to moisture and temperature, and root development in response to water levels. Assessment does not include the cellular processes involved in the feedback mechanism.


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