A lab to reinforce the concepts of the integumentary system. Students will participate that examine skin, epithelial tissue, and fingerprints. Discussion questions are included in each activity. Lab can be completed in one class period (42 min) and
Students will be selecting a disorder involving connective tissue. They will write a research paper explaining their disorder. There is an attached rubric that accompanies the explanation and directions.
Students will color, fill out, and complete a foldable comparing and contrasting photosynthesis and respiration. They will have to create a Venn Diagram, short summary and generate questions. All are included in this activity.
This project can be used in place of a test on body orientation and directional terms. Students will select two projects to complete from the choice board. The goal of this project is to provide them with some freedom as to how they will be
Using simple classroom supplies, students will learn about the effects of antibiotic resistance. Pencils, pens, erasable pens, and colored pencils will be used to simulate bacterial cells and pencil erasers, vinyl erasers, and erasable pen erasers
Included is a foldable to help students understand cellular respiration. Also included is an answer key for the foldable. Actual foldable is set up so when the top is flipped up, students can fill out additional boxes on respiration. Actual foldable
This lab uses cow femurs to show kids the various parts of a long bone. Students will examine the parts through the dissection and fill out corresponding questions from the lab packet. Bones can be purchases through a butcher and many times they
A project to help students review/learn the parts of either an eukaryotic or a prokaryotic cell. Students can choose between writing a rap song to explain the parts and functions, making a travel brochure, or creating a 3-D model.
This lesson is a project for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART). Students will work in groups of 4 and will each have their own individual part in the project. The roles include: Presenter, Secretary, Recorder, and Researcher. This group