These simple systems sheets can easily be edited and converted into a variety of tasks. Writing can be removed from the student copy and a station activity used to have students up from their seats and finding the information from the completed
This bundle includes the lesson powerpoint, the accompanying handout for ESL or slower writers and the classification triangle all added to the end of the PP documentThis interactive powerpoint is designed to have students engage with the content,
The Bikini Bottom gang has been learning safety rules during science class. Read the paragraphs below and underline any unsafe activities; how many can you find?Great case study to use to assess if students understood the safety rules and if they
An easy way for students to show their knowledge of the functions of science equipment and matching the names to the correct images.Directions: Below you will find the names of different kinds of lab equipment you may encounter this year.
An excellent assessment of learning for all things related to basic lab practices and safety. This brief 20 minute assessment allows students to demonstrate their knowledge before being allowed to physically use the equipment in a lab-based setting.
The numbered answers do not match the lettered clues. Can you sort them out? A grid has been provided to help you. Simply write the correct numbered answer under each lettered clue. The first has been done for you.
This set includes that names of various organs and organ systems. Images of organs can be matched with the correct name, while the system photos can be matched with their correct function.To extend this task, students can be asked to match the
This worksheet is built into a powerpoint format. It explores Levels of Organization in the human body from tissues to systems.This particular note is how I adapted the original note for my ESL (English Second Language) students or those who take
Read the brief passages about the circulatory and nervous systems. Students must then classify the identified key words into the appropriate squares underneath. To increase complexity, students could have to identify the key words on their own by
This investigation gives students the opportunity to practice collecting data, graphing data, interpreting data, and ultimately forming a conclusion based on the results.This is a simple task that can be done individually, in pairs or small groups.
This activity is designed to be a poster station task. The accompanying chart can be modified by removing the blanks to increase difficulty to suit the level of the students.Joint type posters are posted around the room with Ligaments/ Tendons/