This is a ready-to-print cactus themed gradebook!
As a secondary teacher, I don't necessarily need a full printable binder, but I do like keeping old school grades. This non-editable PDF document is made for a small binder so that the grade book
Biomolecule Notes & Critical Writing
By using one of America’s favorite foods, analogous thinking will help improve comprehension of a tough topic- biomolecules. This fun resource can be used as introductory notes, homework, or small group
Plant & Animal Cell Organelles: Compare at-a-glance
Students will visualize the similarities and differences in organelles pertaining to plant versus animal cells. This handout lends itself to differentiation through the use of coloring and the
Create A Creature Ecology Project
Students will demonstrate mastery of the ecology unit by completing this project, which focuses on integrating adaptations, symbiosis, food webs, and more. The project is highly creative and should result in unique
Choice Boards for Vocabulary- 4 Options
If your classroom is anything like mine, vocabulary is a big priority. This board package contains 4 different options so that it's easy to fit your classroom's needs. There are 9 tasks on each choice board
Cell Division Overview Organizer (Mitosis, Cell Cycle)
Students will label, describe, analyze, and illustrate the various stages of cell division. The handout is almost a doodle-notes style, with places to write and illustrate to really connect
Discovery-style Cell Theory Timeline with Handout
Students will use the card sort and prior knowledge to "discover" the events of the Cell Theory prior to lecture or labs. They will place cards along the timeline and justify their placements on the
Evolution and Classification Escape Room
Students will take on the perspective of Secret Operatives for the United Nations of Biology in this fun, themed review activity for evolution and classification. The escape room is a series of puzzles and
This is a ready-to-print cactus themed unit planner!
As a secondary teacher, I don't necessarily need a full printable binder, but I do like having an option for unit planning at a glance. This non-editable PDF document is designed for you to print
This is a 6 for 1 Syllabi Deal!
The back-to-school process can be daunting, so let The Biology Blend help with our Tropical Syllabi Package: Volume One. This volume includes 6 total options (3 color + 3 B/W):
Tired of documenting behavior issues? Put the accountability on the kids!
Use Strike Cards to keep track of infractions for general behavior, phone use, tardies, etc. The adorable emoji baseballs get progressively more serious as student
Cell Membrane Transport Manipulatives: Active and Passive Cell Transport
Students will model the processes of diffusion, facilitated diffusion, osmosis, active transport, sodium/potassium pump, tonicity, and bulk transport with manipulative pieces
Modern, stylish take on displaying the levels of organization
Students will visualize the levels of organization for biology through the use of this print and cut resource. Mine is printed, laminated, and then hung on two strips of black bulletin
Classification and Kingdoms SPEED DebATING Activity
Kingdoms are usually a fun thing for students to learn, but the vocabulary can be so overwhelming that it becomes difficult to analyze text in order to classify organisms. This activity provides a
Jurassic Genetics: Monohybrid and Dihybrid Application
Punnett squares should be something that students understand beyond just a fill-in-the-box level of knowledge. This activity will require students to take on the persona of a genetic engineer
Editable, Google Drive Capable, Single Subject Pacing Guide for Secondary Teachers!
As a secondary teacher, I don't need a pacing guide broken into Math, ELA, Science, and History, but I do still like the graphic approach that elementary resources
Differentiated Cancer and Cell Division Lab Package
Since cancer is something that affects a large majority of our secondary students in some way, shape, or form, I feel that it is important they have the opportunity to objectively learn about it
I Have, Who Has Vocabulary Card Game for Biomolecules
Students will have the opportunity to review biomolecules content and vocabulary in a collaborative, game-type setting. There are multiple suggestions on how to play the game included in the
Critical Writing in the Science Classroom
This is our signature product! Biology Blend Cards feature differentiated prompts to increase cross-curricular application of biology principles. Learning should be purposeful, engaging, & BLENDED!
Protein Synthesis Vocabulary Crossword
Students create their own crossword using protein synthesis vocab terms. This is an engaging and challenging activity due to the requirement of students to be "forward-thinking" in their placement and