Two different lessons in one!
1. Teach your students about the importance of communicating in a variety of ways while they work with their classmates to figure out everyone's species via charades, descriptions, metaphors, etc.
2. Make as many
Students create specific phenotypes for individual traits and then rotate around one another's stations to create their monster. Each station has the second page at it. That is the space where students put their designs for each phenotype.
Great for teaching SCALE!
1. Have students get into groups with a stack of cards in one of the 4 categories (atomic/molecular, microscopic, macroscopic, large)
- may want to split into 2 different groups per category
2. Write down commonalities
Great to put up in your classroom while discussing a unit on environmental stewardship, electronic waste, agriculture, consumption, and the production of clothing.
Includes full page print outs as well as cut outs!
Great for a bulletin board when discussing ocean pollution, seafood consciousness, innovative technologies, etc.
*Does include info on Santa Barbara restaurants that are members of the Sustainable Seafood Program.
Perfect for introducing students to phenotypes and how they manifest from generation to generation.
Instructions: Cut, separate and shuffle the babies with the parents. Students have to use evidence about dominant and recessive phenotypes to figure
Students travel around the world to finish their Punnett square journey. Each destination leads them to another location on the worksheet to then fill out the Punnett square, answer the questions, and then, depending on the answer, go somewhere