Fun and interesting lab to have students determine if something is alive, or not alive, and what determines this. Students will be given a sample of a "slime" creature to observe and determine what makes it alive or not alive through various
Students will roll dice to randomly generate population numbers and then graph their results. Afterward, they will try to come up with rational explanations that could explain the increases/decreases they see the populations experience, as well as
A worksheet meant to be done in pairs, this worksheet has students creating a disaster of some kind and then trading papers with another student to try and fix the disaster they created, taking into account biotic/abiotic factors as well as the
In this lab, students will write their own hypothesis about whether caffeine will prevent the growth of mold in coffee. Does coffee really "stunt growth"??? Students will then take daily observations before proving or disproving their
This worksheet has students creating their own imaginary creatures and creating symbiotic relationships between them. Great for having students exercise creativity and synthesizing their own models of material taught in the classroom.Product
Students will create their own unique biomes populated by organisms of their own choosing, or their own creation! They will then list how these organisms will arrive in the order of succession as their biome is colonized. They will also identify the
Included here are 9 Punnett square worksheets that have students completing Punnett squares and answering questions about them afterward.There are 3 tiers of worksheet, each with 3 different versions. I use these with my students, allowing them to
This worksheet has students researching a disease caused by a bacteria or virus and finding out various facts about how the disease affects individuals, how it is contracted, and other components of the bacteria/disease.