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This puzzle helps students review the 4 major macromolecules of the body: Lipids, Proteins, Carbohydrates, and Nucleic Acids. You will cut up the triangles and students will have to arrange them in order based on matching pairs. For example, one
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Peter and Rosemary Grant were 2 scientists that saw evolution happen first hand in finches on the Galapagos Islands. The Grant's were able to correlate beak size with seed size and got excellent data during wet and dry seasons. Students will
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Have your students take a ride through the carbon cycle with this fun and engaging game! Students will learn how carbon moves through the carbon cycle by rolling cubes and going to different stations. Stations include: atmosphere, plants, animals,
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This is a fool-proof lab to demonstrate photosynthesis and respiration in aquatic plants. This lab works great when teaching about the carbon cycle as well. In this lab students will learn that plants only do photosynthesis in the light and in the
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In this experiment, students will use punnett squares to identify which members of a family are able to donate blood to each other. (Prior to this lab, students should understand how pedigrees are set up and how blood types are passed down from
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Have your students build their own Rube Goldberg contraption! This is a fun way to end the year or work on during standardized testing weeks. Students have to get a marble to go into a cup with at least 10 steps. The more creative and more complex,
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This worksheet includes 10 practice problems where students need to identify the control, independent variable, and dependent variable in each experiment. This worksheet is editable to meet your individual needs. Students need lots of practice with
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Candy engages any student! Use different types of candy to have students find similarities and make a cladogram. Candies used on this worksheet are Sour Patch Kids, Mike & Ike's, Sweet Tarts, and Gobstoppers. However, this worksheet is editable
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As Darwin traveled around the Galapagos Islands, he noticed that the tortoises on each island were slightly different, especially evident by the length of their neck. During this activity, students will learn about the different types of tortoises,
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In this lab students will use alka seltzer to understand the law of conservation of mass. I use this lab before I teach the law so students can discover it on their own. Materials needed: triple beam balances or electronic scale, graduated cylinder,
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This powerpoint presentation goes over the hierarchy of cells / levels of cellular organization. It explains the difference between cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, and organisms. It shows pictures and examples of each. You might also be
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Are you teaching evolution and how speciation occurs? Use this skittles lab to have your students model how species separate (in this case, through geographic and ecological isolation.) It's fun and almost no prep! Materials needed per group: Dixie
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Do your students struggle to understand cell organelle relationships? My students memorize what each organelle does but struggle to understand how the cell functions as a system. In this activity students will identify relationships between cell
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This lesson teaches students how we measure the age of rocks using relative and absolute dating. Students will learn about superposition, fossil locations, and radiometric dating. Video links and fun hands-on fossil activity link included. Included
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These task cards review the differences between directional, stabilizing, and disruptive selection. Task cards are great for warm ups, group work, enrichment activities, and even assessment. There are 16 cards, each with a different scenario.
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This Jeopardy powerpoint covers Newton's 3 laws. 5 Headings are: Newton's 1st Law, Newton's 2nd Law, Newton's 3rd Law, Vocabulary, and Name That Law. Daily doubles are hidden in the game and there is a final jeopardy question at the end. This
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In this engaging lab, students will classify objects as living, nonliving, dormant or dead. This is a great activity to do before teaching characteristics of life, and have students come up with a list on their own. Provided in this purchase is a
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This is a 20 question multiple choice test that covers forms of energy (potential, kinetic, thermal, electrical, mechanical, light, chemical), transfer and conservation of energy. There are 2 versions of this test for kids with wandering eyes or can
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Just finished teaching the biogeochemical cycles and need a great homework or formative assessment? Included in this purchase are 5 worksheets covering the water, carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus cycles. The last worksheet is titled "name that
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This simple worksheets allows your students to be creative and draw out the ecological levels of organization. Levels of ecological organization include: individual, population, community, ecosystem, biome, biosphere. This is a great homework
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I have 10 years of experience teaching all grades from 6-12. I currently teach biology to sophomores, and college biology to seniors.

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All SMART notebook lessons are user friendly, have many graphics and easy to understand explanations for students, and fun videos and activities to deepen understanding. I love using inquiry labs before teaching the lesson so students can discover scientific concepts on their own.

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