Biome Teacher Resources
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Biology Biome Research and Presentation
Tenth graders examine the differences in biomes and their characteristics. In this biome lesson students answer questions and research the Internet to find characteristics of a biome.
A Biome to Call Home
Young scholars research, present, and compare information about the features of seven biomes that exist in the U.S. They view and discuss the images on the Arkansas state quarter, conduct research on the biomes, and create a poster of the climate in the biome.
Third graders go to the media center to perform research on the subject of biomes. They use the note-taking strategy to take down important information. Then students put together presentations from the research.
BIOME VIDEO Exchange Project
Students videotape information about the biome in which they live without naming it and send this to other students across the nation so they can guess which biome it comes from. Students include local ecosystems, information concerning their city or town, and information about their school.
Biomes- Culminating Slideshow
Third graders investigate the concept of differentiation of biomes. They select one biome and conduct research to obtain information. In particular, 3rd graders demonstrate how to find a biome on a map. The information is used to create a slideshow presentation.
Introduction to Biomes
Eighth graders identify the different kinds of biomes. In this life science lesson, 8th graders explain their importance in an ecosystem. They take a BrainPop quiz at the end of the lesson..
Biome Detective Sheet
In this biomes worksheet, students research the plant and animal life found in different habitats. This worksheet has 38 short answer questions.
Biome Exchange: Send the Stuff Not The Kids
Students exchange information with students from various geographic biomes. They explore the unique ecologically significant features of the biomes and share with other students.
How Salinity Levels of an Aquatic Biome Affects the Hat
High schoolers investigate how different salinity levels effect the hatching of brine shrimp. They create an aquatic biome, conduct salinity level experiments, observe and record observations, and describe and draw pictures of their conclusions.
Native Americans ~ Biomes Web Quest/Grasslands
Fourth graders conduct research about the biome of the American grasslands. They use the internet in a computer lab. The teacher can use the website provided or find others. Students complete a custom worksheet made for completing work at the website provided.
Study Jams! Biomes
Do you know the difference between a biome and an ecosystem? Teach elementary ecologists exactly what a biome is with this captivating cartoon! Six biomes are introduced by Sam (a Harry-Potter-looking character): taiga, tundra, deciduous forest, desert, tropical rainforest, and grassland. Pair this resource with the video about aquatic ecosystems, available through the See All Related Jams button.
Students study biomes and their major characteristics. In this biomes lesson students draw a climatogram and discuss climate of a specific area.
Exploring Regions of Our World
Examine how climate and landforms affect plants and animals that live in particular areas. Discover that these same factors affect peoples' homes, jobs, and recreational activities. Pupils research ecosystems and biomes, and then write and illustrate a book detailing what they learned.
The Prairie Climate
Ninth graders research the average temperature and precipitation of a prairie region to determine the type of climate it is, and how it differs from other biomes. They examine the types of adaptions animals have made to live in the prairie regions.
Students identify the biomes of the Earth and their characteristics. They discuss their favorite seasons and the weather. They share their favorites with the class.
Happy in My Habitat
Fourth graders create animal habitats and explain the biomes they live in. In this habitat lesson, 4th graders recognize the basic needs of animals, characteristics of animals differences and places where they live. Students complete sheets on the habitats they study.
Students explore, experience and experiment identifying the human impact on the environment of vegetative differences within the same biome. They assess what causes deserts, rain forests, savannahs, tundras and saguaros and how these changes effect a plant and animals survival.
Mapping South America
Middle schoolers explore South America. In this South American lesson, students use their geography skills to create population, terrain, biomes/vegetation, and major exports maps. Middle schoolers present their finished maps to their classmates and discuss how maps allow users to learn about places.
Students play the role of a Ranger with the Department of Forestry. In this forest fires lesson, students examine data on biomes and images to determine high risk areas for forest fires to develop.
Oh What A Tangled Web We Weave
Learners collect data on consumers, producers and decomposers of a biome of their choice. They create a list of organisms that live in the forest and then research them to find out more information. They connect their information to create a food web.