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Students study animal characteristics and identify animals. In this classification lesson students examine the different invertebrates and explain their habitats. this lesson is detailed with many activities that may be split to cover multiple lessons
Students investigate the relationship between micronutrients and proper metabolic function. The lesson should serve as an introduction to the subject. The subject of the function includes the study of plants, animals, and humans. They are explored with the use of research and observation.
Young scholars investigate the various aspects associated with living things while also concentrating on their basic needs. They explore the aspects of movement and growth in plants and animals. This is done through research and other different activities.
Second graders explore biology by researching animal characteristics. In this adaptation lesson, 2nd graders identify the history of several animals and research the changes that have occurred to their anatomy over thousands of years. Students complete K-W-L worksheets based on their research and complete several mini lessons over 10 days.
In this word search worksheet, students locate 75 words related to human biology. Words include bone, tissue, tendon, and histology.
In this online interactive human biology crossword puzzle worksheet, students use the 9 clues to find the appropriate answers to complete the word puzzle.
Students use role play to see how different people have different points of view about animals. For this points of view lesson plan, students also write the point of view of different animal statements on worksheets provided.
In this word search worksheet, students locate 33 words related to human biology. Words include fiber, synergists, and stationary.
Learners use their knowledge of adaptations of tundra animals to design an animal that could live in the tundra. In this tundra lesson plan, students draw and label their animal in detail.
Students consider the influence of bullies and map the social ecosystem of their schools. They create lifelines that compare baboon and human development and write an essay that considers the relationship between psychosocial development and progress.
Learners investigate the type of species surviving in a community. In this biology lesson, students differentiate between extinction and competition. They discuss competition and specialization of species.
Ninth graders are introduced to the concept of human embryology. Individually, they complete an exercise in which they determine which trait they got from which family member. In groups, they identify and label the reproductive organs of males and females. As a class, they discuss the moral and ethic issues involved with test tube babies to end the lesson.
Students research biology by participating in a flash card activity. In this mammals lesson, students examine a group of flash cards which have the image of an animal on the front and characteristics on the back. Students quiz each other in order to be able to identify a list of mammals from around the world.
In this biology worksheet, students engage in the reading of the rights of educators to teach concerning the issue of using animals for educational purposes.
Students discover how plants and animal ecosystems are affected by the growth of a city. In this ecology lesson, students study and observe a plant over a period of time. They develop a creative presentation of their data and share them with the class.
Students research sibling relationships in the animal world. In this animal science lesson, students read the book, Sisters and Brothers: Sibling Relationships in the Animal World and discuss the sibling relationships. Students choose an animal from the book to answer further questions about the animal and their family lives.
Students identify the importance and functions of various human body organs. They listen to the book "Uncover the Human Body: An Uncover It Book," and write a letter defending the significance of a selected organ.
Students collect specimen and analyze it. For this biology lesson, students analyze and evaluate the diversity found in specific environment. They use the correct terminology as they do their write up for the experiment.
Young scholars create their own dichotomous key. In this life science lesson, students classify organisms according to their characteristics. They explain how this method is useful to biologists.
Students complete activities with the book My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George. In this literature lesson, students read the book and discuss the concept of human capital. They complete a KWLH chart and two assessments.