This presentation is the first to introduce the animal kingdom. It includes the simplest invertebrate groups. Each group includes the basic characteristics, symmetry, food adaptations, and reproduction. Picture examples are included to help
This presentation explains the basic characteristics of the protist kingdom and the fungi kingdom. It explains the groups in terms of food source (autotrophic or heterotrophic), movement, and reproduction.
This powerpoint is a combination of 2 animal groups. Birds and their characteristics are described, along with explanations on beak adaptations and environmental importance. Mammals are also described including teeth adaptations, 3 mammal groups,
This powerpoint introduces the characteristics of the invertebrate groups; arthropods and echinoderms. It explains the basic body structure and symmetry with examples. Also included is an explanation of complete and incomplete metamorphosis.
This ppt explains the difference between intended benefits and uninteded consequences of technology. It also provides the instructions for a research project that the students will do after the presentation. The students must draw a topic from the
This powerpoint is the first of the vertebrate groups of animals. It begins with the characteristics of fish and the 3 kinds (jawless, cartilaginous, and bony). It also descibes the main morphology of amphibians and reptiles. It has cool pictures
This picture review game helps students identify the biomes by visual cues (pictures). The students must look for features that are characteristic to each of the terrestrial and aquatic biomes, such as identifying plant life or animal life. Included
This powerpoint is the introduction to a unit on animals. It explains the basic characteristics of animals, how animals reproduce, the adaptations animals have for obtaining food and movement, how animals are classified, and what symmetry can tell
This presentation covers the important characteristics and features of the plant kingdom. It lists the qualifications to belong in this kingom and the explanation of vascular tissue. It explains the difference in nonvascular plants, seedless
This powerpoint is an overview of objects found in space. I called it a picture dictionary.
It has a picture/representation and definition of each of the following items:
Big Bang Theory: (personal
This powerpoint is used before the end of year test to remind the students of some good test taking strategies. Included are things students can do before the test, during the test, and after the test. Sound effects