Photosynthesis Reading, Coloring, and Labeling!
This is a 3 page reading, coloring, and labeling activity in which students read 5 paragraphs focusing on the light and light-independent reactions of photosynthesis. The reading is designed to be smooth and scientific but not overwhelming.
Students then answer 10 analysis questions (short answer; fill in); followed by a coloring activity that focuses on basic photosynthesis (color code included).
Lastly, students can use the text to label the last diagram of the chloroplast and the reactions of photosynthesis.
Great tool to the wondrous concept of photosynthesis! Designed for student use after they have already have been introduced to photosynthesis.
Answer key included.
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