Post the cell pictures around the room and have students match the pictures to the correct organelles. The worksheet is only half a page so I have included two copies on one page. Answer key included! This activity gets students up out of their
Student Info sheet has all information in one place. Pair it with my parent contact log to keep track of all parent contact. You can put the student info sheet on one side and parent contact log on the other side.
This bundle includes 9 weeks worth of science root words broken down into 5 root words a week and each quiz being cumulative.
*This bundle includes a SMARTNotebook presentation, quizzes, worksheets and review activities!
Students fill in the template DNA, complementary DNA, or mRNA strand depending on what is missing from the table. Some will require them to work forwards, others will require them to work backwards. Great practice for replication and transcription.
Students can use technology to build a food web and identify all the parts. This activity could be adapted to paper and pencil by having students simply cut out the pictures and glue them onto construction paper.
This brings in a little bit of inquiry into the traditional testing for organic molecules lab. Students make predictions and state why they are making certain predictions before actually testing the substances. Once they test the substances, they
This is a hands on activity for organic molecules. Students must find and bring in an actual example of each organic molecule. They do not write down the examples, they bring them in and share them with the rest of the class. This is a great way
Students can put the definition of important genetics terms into their own words and draw pictures to help them remember the definition. This is a great way to differentiate because students can draw any picture that helps them remember the
Flashcards for a whole class review. Each student has a card and reads their card. The student who has the card that answers the question stands up and reads their cards. To make it into a game and have students compete, you can time classes and