This is an editable set of 25 task cards that cover light dependent and light independent reactions, factors that affect photosynthesis, and more and can be recorded onto a handy 2 page answer sheet that students can use later as review.
There are some blank cards included if you choose to add more.
They make a great way to review for an upcoming test! The tasks cover all things photosynthesis and will prepare your students to the fullest.
Recommended for grades 7-8 (life science) and up.
Photosynthesis Task Cards PDF
Photosynthesis Task Cards PPT
Student Answer Sheet PDF
Student Answer Sheet PPT
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