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In this ecosystems worksheet, students match 9 biomes with its correct description of climate and organisms that would live there. Then students interpret 2 graphs to determine what biome is represented by the graph.
In this ecosystems worksheet, 5th graders explore different kinds of ecosystems. Students read about the different ecosystems, watch a film, analyze graphs, and answer questions. There are twenty-three ecosystem questions in all.
Second graders, in groups, study bears and compare and contrast whether we are like human beings or animals.
Junior biologists design and maintain a website about a zoo by researching, classifying, and providing the correct habitats for the animals they choose to have in their zoo. This technology-based project can last over an entire semester and incoporates classification and ecology concepts. Use this as a unifying project for the variety of topics that are typically taught in a general biology curriculum.
For this biosphere worksheet, students review terms such as biome, ecology, and community. Students compare autotrophs and heterotrophs and how energy moves through a food web. This worksheet has 6 short answer, 11 multiple choice, and 8 fill in the blank questions.
For this biosphere worksheet, students define ecology, biome, and community. Students compare and contrast autotrophs and heterotrophs and follow the energy flow through a food web. This worksheet has 6 short answer, 11 multiple choice, and 8 fill in the blank questions.
In this national parks activity, students watch a video on America's Western National Parks and answer short answer questions about it. Students answer 19 questions.
Students become environmentalists. They develop solutions to modern environmental problems.
Fifth graders participate in an interdisciplinary project related to the Savanna biome. In this biome building lesson, 5th graders display the elements of the Savanna biome such as the geography, animals and plants, and precipitation levels to complete a model. Students write about their biome.
Students explore Earth science by participating in an environment activity. In this biome lesson plan, students discuss the importance of a healthy ecology in order to sustain life, both animal and plant. Students utilize a cardboard or wood box to create a biome which they share with the class.
Students explore Earth science by identifying environmental factors. In this biome lesson, students discuss the importance of a functioning ecology and design a biome diorama. Students utilize images of trees and plants which represent a forest for their biome.
In this biomes worksheet, learners use an on line source to complete a table of the Earth's biomes. Students include the types of plants in each biome, the types of animals, the climate and any details about the biomes. Learners answer twenty questions about the Earth's biomes.
In this internet worksheet about biomes, students log onto the workshop site: http:/mbgnet.mobot.org/, read about different biomes, illustrate, and tell about something they see in an outside environment. Students draw and tell about one picture.
In this biology worksheet, students observe a bottle biome to determine interactions among organisms. They complete 2 data tables and answer 1 short answer question that follows.
Students explore environmental awareness by completing a construction project. In this biomes lesson, students identify the different elements for life to thrive in an ecosystem. Students utilize a cardboard or wood box to create a biome diorama including references to animals, plants and elevation.
Students create a model biome to understand the abiotic and biotic factors that go into creating a biome. In this biomes lesson plan, students should display plants, animals, temperature, precipitation, and more.
Students create a model biome. In this ecology lesson, students use materials to create a model biome. There is an extension activity that allows students to write about plants and animals and their specific biome.
Students create a desert biome to understand the abiotic and biotic factors of that biome. In this desert biome lesson plan, students include elevation, precipitation, temperature, plants, and more.
Students design a three dimensional model of a biome. They include both biotic and abiotic factors that are in that biome, and write a description of all of the important characteristics of the biome.
Fourth graders describe biomes. In this environmental lesson, 4th graders build a model of a biome using everyday materials to represent the biotic, abiotic, and the terrain elements unique to the biome.