Easy, Commmon Core and NGSS aligned, and effective in addressing multiples ways of visualizing information about inputs and outputs of cell respiration!
1. Complete the equation for cell respiration
2. Complete a graphic organizer
Students will use this double-sided worksheet to understand photosynthesis through a variety of learning methods.
1. Students begin by completing the chemical equation for photosynthesis, which is partially provided.
2. Students organize the
Use this as a student worksheet or as scaffolded notes to introduce RNA and its role in transcription and protein synthesis.
Provides a flowchart OVERVIEW of protein synthesis, including transcription and translation, but the focus is on RNA and
Worksheet or scaffolded notes for students to practice and organize information on ecology at an introductory high school level. Great for students who need multiple ways of interpreting information. Students answer questions, draw, label, interpret
This simple yet effective worksheet allows students to organize and explain information they learn about plant and animal cells.
-Concept map of plants and animal cells as eukaryotes (because students so often confuse the comparisons
This Common Core Literacy lesson guides students through an article about research in Down syndrome gene therapy.
The activity consist of three parts:
1. Close Reading with annotation symbol guide and vocabulary identification
2. Discussion where
Quick and to-the-point, this double-sided worksheet covers:
-The definition and function of DNA
-The double helix structure
-Nucleic acids and nucleotides
-Parts of a nucleotide
-Complimentary base pairing
-Calculating the number
1. Students will be able to compare and contrast prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
2. Given a description, model, example, or image of a cell with sufficient detail, students will be able to identify whether the cell is
This simple yet effective worksheet allows students to organize and explain information they learn about prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
-Concept map of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, characteristics, and examples.
Whether you are introducing Punnett Squares for the first time or looking for a resource to revisit skills with students who need more scaffolded practice, this four-page Punnett Square practice packet will ensure students can:
Students calculate haploid and diploid numbers with the information provided in a table. They also draw and label a haploid cell (gamete), diploid cell, and homologous chromosomes. An example is provided.
o This packet includes three pages of organelle foldables, alternated front-and-back, which should be printed on both sides.
o Students will fold and cut each page into four organelle foldables, following the fold lines and dashes.
o The title of
This customizable warm-up sheet creates a one-stop place for students to organize their warm-up question for each day.
A neat layout allows students to quickly fill in:
-Date of the warm-up question
-Question of the day
Vocabulary flashcard game with instructions, flashcards, and blank cards for customization. Variations of the game included.
Perfect for dynamic review before a test or quiz.
Includes multiple forms of communication to meet the needs of diverse
This easy-to-use worksheet covers an introduction to matter and what matter is made of. The activity includes:
-Frayer Model of matter
-Organizer for the parts of an atom
-Drawing an atom
The Frayer model is a graphic organizer where students fill
Basic overview of prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
*Check for understanding questions
To be used with: No Prep Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes Materials - Click here