Photosynthesis Energy Flow is a 4 page activity where students cut-n-paste pictures in order of energy flow and answer general questions about photosynthesis (Chloroplast; Light Reactions; Dark Reactions).
The cut and paste involves 9 items in the order of energy flow in photosynthesis.
This activity provides a nice visual that shows the big picture of photosynthesis and energy flow.
Looking to sweeten your photosynthesis unit?
I like to hand out skittles at the end of the class when doing this activity to enforce that they have just consumed the energy from the sun!
Gives a whole new meaning to "Taste the Rainbow" =)
I would recommend doing this activity towards the middle or end of your photosynthesis unit.
Answer Key included.
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