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This PowerPoint contains 46 slides on the following topics: Animal Kingdom, Features of Animals, Heterotrophy, Heterotrophs, Mobility, Multicellularity, Diploidy, Gametes, Haploid, Sexual Reproduction, Absence of a Cell Wall, Blastula Formation, Zygote, Blastula, Ectoderm, Endoderm, Mesoderm, Primary Tissue Layers, Origin of Animal Tissues & Organs, Features of Animals, Tissues, Body Symmetry, Body Plan, Asymmetrical, Radial & Bilateral Symmetry, Dorsal, Ventral, Anterior, Posterior. $
Frog life cycle writing craft: Students write about each stage of a frog's life cycle.
Pumpkin Life Cycle - This is a fun project for students to sequence the life cycle of a pumpkin. Students will love making this simple and cute accordion fold mini-book.
Kelp This informative and dynamic PowerPoint presentation illustrates and explains the kelps' - Appearance - Habitat - Definition - Different parts as compared to plants - Position in its food chain - Inhabitants - Dangers and threats - Life cycle - Life span - Usefulness to humans - Various species - And Much more - The presentation ends with a few higher level thinking writing activities. by Ryan Nygren (photo - www.flickr.com/...
This Earths Crust PowerPoint Presentation has 31 slides on the following topics: The Earth's Crust, Earthquakes, Measuring Earthquakes, Mercalli vs. Richter Scale, Seismic Waves, An Earthquake's Epicenter, Earthquake Origin Time, The Earth's Layers, Earthquake Shadow Zones, Earthquake P-wave Shadow Zones, The 'Ring of Fire', Seismic Hazards, Volcanic Hazards, Continental Drift, Evidence from the Oceans, Plate Tectonics, Plate Boundaries, What Moves the Plates?, Hot Spots. $
This bundle contains SIX EDITABLE RESOURCES on The Six Kingdoms and Three Domains of Life. Altogether they represent a really effective way to teach concepts (PowerPoint, PowerPoint Worksheets), reinforce concept for all types of learners (Graphic Organizer, Crossword, Mix and Match Game) and assess your students' learning (Test).
FREE!! Backyard Ecology: An Ecological Assessment of Your Neck of the Woods This is the first assignment that I give my students when starting my unit on ecology and the environment. This thought-provoking activity requires the student to work through a series of questions about their local environment and their efforts to protect and conserve it.
The Kingdom Taxonomic Card Sort Manipulative (science) serves as a quick formative assessment over the 6 Kingdoms. Depending on how you integrate it into your lesson, the activity should take no more than 10 minutes max. #biology