This worksheet is completed by clicking and dragging the living things into the correct order on the Food Chain concept map. Students also need to identify if each living thing is a producer, consumer, or decomposer. Students can complete this assignment independently on a computer or by physically cutting and pasting each living thing onto a hard copy of the worksheet.
This worksheet is completed by clicking and dragging each characteristics of life and the living things that match to the correct classification. Students can complete this assignment independently on a computer or by physically cutting and pasting each box onto a hard copy of the worksheet.
This 8 slide PowerPoint guides students through the process of forming and testing a hypothesis while learning complimentary colors. Each set of complimentary colors is covered and students always enjoy working through each section of the presentation.
Students complete a cell structure chart. They define each cell structure's function and identify the types of cells each structure can be found. This chart is great for note taking and to use as a study guide.
Life Science: Characteristics & Structures of Life: Living or Non Living?
OBJECTIVE: By the end of today's lesson, students will be able to distinguish living things from non-living things. The lesson includes an Introduction, Guided Practice, Note Take, Independent Practice, and a Homework section.
Students move the color shapes to mix the secondary and intermediate colors on the color wheel. Then students move the color shapes to answer the color theory questions on the second page. There are multiple correct answers on the second page. Teachers can also use this handout as an interactive lecture!
This worksheet is completed by clicking and dragging the scientific method steps into the correct order. Students can complete this assignment independently on a computer or by physically cutting and pasting each step onto a hard copy of the worksheet.
This worksheet walks students through the steps needed to determine their Body Mass Index and their Target Heart Rate. Discussion Points are included in each section and a page on Body Image is included. I like to have students complete sections of this handout while walking or jogging on the track.
This 66 slide presentation covers the Principles of Design. It is framed with discussion questions and has an interactive quiz. The final slide has a quiz students can take as a pretest or as a final assessment. Teachers can also have students use the quiz as a tool to guide the presentation.
This 43 slide PowerPoint covers 15 photography vocabulary terms. A quiz is included for students to use as a pretest or final assessment. The assessment can also be used to guide the presentation. The slides are not cluttered and easy to read!
This 36 slide PowerPoint covers the Surreal Art Movement. A brief history and the themes of the movement are addressed. The artists Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, and Ren Magritte are covered. A short quiz at the end of the presentation with reflective questions throughout help assess student understanding of concepts covered.
This 58 slide PowerPoint covers six artists that go beyond the canvas. I use this PowerPoint to help students shape a personal definition of what art is. Diem Chau , James Corbett, Eric Grohe, Guido Daniele, Patrick Dougherty, and Christo & Jeanne-Claude are all covered in this presentation.