The carrying capacity class activity is a relay style game that allows students to implement what they have learned about carrying capacity, limiting factors, density dependent and independent factors, and wildlife management. It is a fun, fast
This product is a two part activity. Students will individually research 10 animal species from the IUCN Red List website. Then in groups they will choose one of their animals researched and create a PowerPoint Presentation for a class project.
Webquest pulls from globalchange.gov and provides an overview of our impact on the biogeochemical cycles. Questions come from the intro-3 sections of the biogeochemical sector of the reports. It allows students to gain a better understanding of
This genetics resource is great for review, homework, classwork, or a project. It covers protein synthesis, punnett squares (monohybrid, dihybrid crosses), incomplete dominance, codominance,codominance blood type, and pedigrees. It focuses on an
Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Word Sort is a great review tool that allows students to cut, sort and paste information blocks under each term. It fits well in to interactive notebooks and comes with a KEY.
This resource is great for an end of year project for your anatomy class or advanced biology. Students are offered two options to compare an organism's body structure to the human equivalent in a research paper, or to create a 3D model of the
I have created a poster for my room that reminds students what they need to have out and what they need to put away when they enter the classroom to ready themselves for the day's activities. It is a great way to encourage students to be prepared
A great tool for interactive notebooks to start and end a lesson. To warm up, students write down the key question and/or vocab listed by the teacher in the first column. In the second column they write what they think the word means or what they
Students will watch the documentary “Before the Flood” and take notes or fill out a worksheet which introduces them to this Human Impact Project.
In groups of 3-4, students will work on a poster project. In the movie “Before the Flood,” Leonardo