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Let's Build: Levels of Organization
- Student Version
Let's Build: Levels of Organization Anchor Chart
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Student Version - Learning the levels of organization with a fun cut-and-paste activity that works well on its own or in an interactive notebook!
This file contains all you need to create a chart detailing the levels of organization of living things, including picture, term and definition.
A black and white version of the completed chart, a color version of the completed chart and the student version of the chart are all included.
In the student version, the pictures, terms and definitions are all mixed up. They need to be colored, cut and sorted before being glued onto the page with the empty boxes. I have also included arrows so students can see that organization moves in a set order (cell, tissue, organ, organ system and organism).
After introducing the topic, I have my students color the boxes that will be cut and pasted. For example, I have them color the picture, term and definition of cell all green. I then have the students cut out the boxes and glue them in the correct order on the page of empty boxes, adding the arrows at the very end.
Anchor Chart - Build an anchor chart with your students!
This file contains all you need to create an anchor chart detailing the levels of organization of living things, including picture, term and definition.
A black and white version of the chart and a color version of the chart are included. Arrows are included so students can see that organization moves in a set order (cell, tissue, organ, organ system and organism).
While introducing the topic, I put each piece up as we discuss it. This chart uses the human digestive system as an example. If using the black and white version, I split the class into groups, assigning each group a different term. They have to research their term and decide which definition and picture go with it. I keep the pictures and definitions in the front of the room. Once all groups have correctly claimed their pieces, each group colors the pieces they have and we then walk through making the chart. Sometimes I have the groups explain their pieces to the class as they add them to the chart.
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