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A thorough commentary on blood type is presented in this handout. Antigens and antibodies are defined. Punnett squares and a pedigree chart help to clarify. Human biology or genetics learners then apply their knowledge to two situations: two newborn baby girls being possibly switched in the hospital and a crime scene investigation. This is an engaging activity that ends with a lab activity simulating the blood typing and identification of the perpetrator.
Students design a proportional model of blood out of red gelatin, a plastic bag, and rice. They study the components that make up blood and investigate what happens when the arteries in different scenerios. They work in pairs in order to figure out ways to clean out our clogged arteries.
Students explore how arterial pressure or blood pressure is the force of the blood against the wall of your arteries. They comprehend that a normal BP for adults is 120/80 mm Hg. Students comprehend that a normal BO for a teenager is around 110/70. They comprehend that high blood pressure, is also called hypertension, is defined as a BP over (140/90) for adults, (143/91) for adolescents 13-15, and (149/97) for adolescents 16-18.
In this blood pressure worksheet, learners read through notes, label 10 diagrams and complete 50 review questions in the format of short answer and fill in the blank.
In this World Blood Donor Day worksheet, students complete activities such as reading a passage, phrase matching, fill in the blanks, correct words, multiple choice, spelling, sequencing, scrambled sentences, writing questions, survey, and writing. Students complete 12 activities on World Blood Donor Day.
Students examine the facts of blood and discuss the different parts of blood and their function. They discover different people have different blood types and where they can go to donate blood.
High schoolers read a text about blood groups and answer such questions as what, where and why regarding a scientific discovery. They complete vocabulary worksheets, comprehension exercises and utilize problem solving skills to decide who should receive blood transfusions.
In this exploring red and white blood cells worksheet, students read facts about blood cells and then read statements to determine which are true. Students answer ten true and false statements.
In this blood types worksheet, students read about the ABO blood system and answer questions about blood types, antibodies and antigens. They complete a punnett square for the cross of two different blood types and determine the blood types of the offspring.
Blood types and transfusions are explained in reading passages at the top of the worksheet. A chart of blood type compatibility is also provided. Biology learners answer comprehension questions and then exercise critical-thinking skills to apply what they have learned to different scenarios. Finally, they solve a Punnett square for the three blood type alleles. This is a reliable resource.
Math or life science learners use a TI graphing calculator to create scatter plots of data comparing body weight to blood volume. Questions are answered on the included worksheet about the data. Colorful how-to cards walk learners through the procedure on the calculator, displaying what should appear on the calculator screen at each step. 
Learners explore stem cells. In this stem cell lesson, students research print and Internet sources regarding types of stem cells and their attributes. Learners discuss their research findings participate in a debate about cord blood banking, research, or treatment of diseases. 
Students simulate inserting a nasogastric tube to a patient in the virtual world. In this biology lesson, students describe the different ways to take blood pressure. They explain the acceptable and unacceptable levels based on standard parameters.
Fifth graders review the components of blood and write four things they have learned. They view a videodisk related to blood components and create a batch of candy "blood" using terminology including platelets, red blood cells, white blood cells, and plasma.
Students are able to identify the components of the cardio-vascular system. They are able to describe the way the heart works to pump the blood. Students are able to explain the function of the cardio-vascular system. They are able to measure the heart rate and understand how it is related to cardio-vascular output and stroke volume.
In this genetics learning exercise, students complete a crossword puzzle given thirty six clues about genetic disorders, genetic inheritance and blood types.
In this blood alcohol worksheet, students read about the factors that affect a person's blood alcohol concentration. Students use a given formula to calculate the amount of alcohol in a list of four different drinks and apply their results to determine the amount of alcohol in the bloodstream after a given time. Students plot their results on a graph and answer two more questions.
In this online interactive reading comprehension learning exercise, students respond to 25 multiple choice questions about Rowling's Harry Potter and the Half-Blood PrinceStudents may submit their answers to be scored.
In this simulation activity, young biologists examine blood types to determine whether the death rate in a hospital was caused because of incorrect identification of patient blood types. You will need obtain and follow the procedures of a blood typing kit in order carry out this lab activity in your classroom. Using this scenario makes a blood typing or scientific method lesson more interesting, and the provided lab sheet makes it easier for you to implement. 
Compliment your unit on anatomy with this review sheet on blood vessel structure and function. Complete with colorful illustrations to label and study, this instructional activity provides an overview of information for class members to read as well as a series of questions on the given material. This could be a great study tool for a test about blood vessels. The information comes from a textbook that is not cited.