Plants and Animals: Adaptations, Stimulus, & Response Work, Mini-Unit, Bundle

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This is a science bundle that I have used in my classroom centered around plants and animals. It includes vocab and skills such as:
adaptations, stimulus, response, instinct, immediate response, gradual response, cycles response, seasonal response, organism, etc.

This bundle can be used as a student science journal/booklet or it can be used as individual sheets. It is a great opportunity to pick and choose what you want to do in your classroom. Some of the activities within the bundle are hands-on while others are reading and responding. Included are optional sheets that can be used with live organisms (if you are comfortable....can be omitted if not).

Bundle includes:
-Cover sheet
-Pre-assessment
-Plant/Animal T-Chart with questions
-Information and response sheets
-Vocabulary/open-ended pages
-Name the response (when given the animal and stimulus)
-You choose the animal, stimulus, and response
-All Eyes on You (Experiment sheet)
-Crayfish Observations sheets
-Generic Organism Observation Sheets
-Plant in A Box (Experiment sheet)
-Venus Fly Trap Reading Page
-Venus Fly Trap Response Sheet
-Wrap-up/Post-assessment sheets
Total Pages
19
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
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Plants and Animals: Adaptations, Stimulus, & Response Work
Plants and Animals: Adaptations, Stimulus, & Response Work
Plants and Animals: Adaptations, Stimulus, & Response Work
Plants and Animals: Adaptations, Stimulus, & Response Work