Students will learn about three real-world examples of parasites (pork tapeworm, Toxoplasma Gondii, and malaria) through this activity. Use this video while you are teaching symbiotic relationships or as sub plans. This video can be found both on
Introduce students to the four types of chemical reactions (synthesis, decomposition, single-replacement, and double replacement) using this mini-POGIL activity. Be sure to check out my Types of Chemical Reaction Powerpoint and Guided Notes to
Bring student-centered learning into your classroom using this POGIL activity. This activity serves as a wonderful introduction to reading station models. Be sure to check out my station model study guide and quiz to complete your unit. If you are
Students will learn about active and passive transport by filling in key information in this cell transport chart. This worksheet can be used as an introduction to cell transport, a reinforcement activity, or as sub plans.
This PowerPoint presentation teaches the 4 types of chemical reactions (Synthesis, Decomposition, Single Replacement, and Double Replacement). It includes one warm up slide in which students use context clues to define synthesis, decomposition,
Give your students the opportunity to choose how to communicate their knowledge about any planet, dwarf planet, or moon in our solar system through this differentiated project. Students will choose between a Travel Brochure or a Children's Book for
Use this admit slip to formatively assess student understanding of the 4 types of chemical reactions (synthesis, decomposition, single-replacement, and double-replacement).
You can print the slips out 1 per page or 3 per page.
This admit slip can
Use this guided note sheet, along with me Types of Chemical Reactions Powerpoint notes to teach students about the 4 types of chemical reactions (synthesis, decomposition, double-replacement, and single-replacement). The Powerpoint includes a warm
This video worksheet accompanies "Islands of Evolution: Hawaii: A New Eden" which can be found on Discoveryeducation.com and YouTube.com. Use this video as an introduction to evolution, as reinforcement at the end of the unit, or as sub plans. An
This webquest serves as a great student-centered activity for teaching the steps involved in calculating the location of and epicenter. Use this activity as an introduction to the topic or as a reinforcement. This activity is fully editable and
Earth Sciences, General Science, Physical Science
8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Homeschool
Internet Activities, Cooperative Learning, Webquests
Use this BINGO board to play a review game for any formative assessment in your class by giving students a list of terms/concepts that they can write in the boxes. I always suggest having the students write the terms in pen so they cannot change
In this lab activity students will discover how the primary colors of light combine to form secondary colors of light and white light. This lab requires the use to three primary-color LED light sources that can be purchased through a science supply
Students will use internet resources to investigate each of the planets found in our solar system. This activity is fully editable and also includes a link to an extra time activity for students that work at a faster pace.
Use this KWL chart to activate prior knowledge about space and gauge student interests in the topic prior to watching Bill Nye: Outer Space. As students watch the video they fill in 10 facts they have learned which can be discussed at the end of the