This activity includes two versions. The first is a dichotomous key with 12 monsters for students to identify. The second is a more advanced version where students must create scientific names for each monster before creating their own dichotomous
This is a test for high school biology covering the following: Hardy-Weinberg Principle, Meiosis, Karyotypes, Blood Types,, Punnett squares (dominant/recessive, sex-linked, multiple allele, incomplete dominance, dihybrid crosses).
This is a dichotomous key using animals found in the ocean. There are two versions of this assignment. In the easier version, students use the dichotomous key to identify the name of each animal. In the more advanced version, students must name each
This document includes 9 daily quizzes for ecology covering the following topics: levels of organization (individual organism to biosphere), biotic and abiotic factors, food chains, food webs, habitat vs. niche, owl pellets, biomass, trophic
I teach an honors research class in which we use pipettes a lot. This quiz covers the P20, P200, and P1000 pipettes as well as pipet bulbs. The questions are geared towards a research course in which sterile technique is important. There are two
This product includes 20 task cards relating to cells and cell transport. These task cards include the following topics:
Prokaryotic vs. eukaryotic cells
Autotrophs and heterotrophs
Scientists who contributed to the discovery of
This product includes two dichotomous keys (Monsters Dichotomous Key and Dichotomous Key Under the Sea). This is suitable for all levels of middle school and high school. It can be used as a class activity, homework, review, or performance
Task cards are a great way to review for a test or quiz! They can also be used as a warm up activity or for students who finish work early.
This set of task cards includes 24 task cards, a 4 page outline for students to record their answers, and
This is a really fun way for students to learn about dichotomous keys! The students follow an interactive PowerPoint through a series of slides until they identify the animal they have chosen. The goal is to match the scientific name with the
This lab is designed to help students create their own dichotomous key for a set of 10 monsters. The students will assign each monster a name and then record all of its traits in a data table. Next they will use some of those characteristics to