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In this Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince worksheet, students discuss the importance of Harry's past, the role and development of other characters, the role of Quidditch, and predict the future for Hogwarts. 
Watch as the Khan Academy explains why red bloods are efficient carriers of hemoglobin and explains the difference between pulmonary arteries and veins. This thorough video with great explanations and diagrams will surely help your biologists or beginning anatomists.
In this antibodies worksheet, students use model diagrams of antigens, antibodies and blood cells to develop a visual understanding of the immune system. They draw diagrams of antibodies and antigens attached to each other and answer three questions about them. They draw a diagram of agglutination and answer five more questions related to the binding of antibodies to antigens.
Students identify the different kinds of blood. In this biology lesson, students investigate the antigens, agglutinins and Rh factor using their own blood. They use Punnett squares to predict blood type of offspring.
Students play the role of science detectives in an activity used to introduce the scientific method and the concept that blood is not identical and is identified by surface markers. Students must identify an unknown sample of "blood" by comparing it to given samples.
Fifth graders examine how a red blood cell travels throughout the body. Using a model, they follow the flow of blood throughout the entire body. They identify the functions of the lungs and discuss the difference of the blood entering and leaving the heart.
Students explain the value of blood in trials.  In this DNA lesson students work together to collect and share information and ideas that they come up with after learning how to distinguish blood from other stains. 
Fifth graders review what they have already gathered about human blood. After reviewing the components of blood, they work together to make their own. Using the internet, they complete a blood web hunt and share their discoveries with the class.
Students study the blood characteristics of a number of distinct racial/ethnic groups. They build skills in observation, information gathering and processing. Students experiences strongly reflect the nature and intent of the current syllabus-especially the values and attitudes outcomes that explore the reasons why different cultures or groups within a society may have different views in relation to scientific issues.
Students discuss the importance of the circulatory system and how drugs and alcohol can affect our bodies. They interact with a CD ROM and then outline their bodies and label the parts of their heart and the blood vessels throughout the body.
In this blood vessel worksheet, learners compare microscope slides of arteries, veins, and capillaries. This worksheet has 43 fill in the blank questions.
Ever wonder what the villi in the small intestine do? I bet your class would love to find out. Mesh netting is used to represent small blood vessels on the outside of the intestine, and a chenille bath mat is used to represent the villi inside the intestine. Learners with visual impairments will feel and discuss the model intestine to better understand how the villi move everything along.
Students examine the inheritance of ABO blood groups.  In this investigative instructional activity students perform a lab and show how natural selection can alter the gene frequencies in a population.
Students explore various parts of the heart and blood vessels . They begin with an overview of the components of the cardiovascular system. They see a cross section of an artery and watch how a blood clot develops.
An interesting lesson plan on hypothesizing about the diameter of a drop of blood that is splattered. To test their theories, learners work in groups to make blood droplets splatter from different heights. They use graphed data to write an equation for the mathematical relationship of the droplet diameter and the height from which it was dropped.
A lab in which high schoolers examine the difference between arteries and veins. Budding biologists will find out which blood vessel can stretch furthest, recording their data in a table then answering several questions evaluating their work and safety procedures. Note: the two PDFs shown under the downloads section are both linked to the technician notes, but the sheet for your pupils is available as a Word document.
By detailing the percentages of gases in the air we breathe, the lecturer instructs on respiration and the need for oxygen. He also recaps the structure of alveoli in our lungs, and how they interact to allow gas exchange with our blood.
Students explore the reasons diamond sales were halted overseas.  In this lesson, students read an article that focuses on diamond trade and diamond sales, then complete numerous activities that check the reading comprehension of the article, such as vocabulary, a spelling test a quiz and a fill-in-the blank worksheet.
In this human blood: microviewer activity, students answer questions about blood, red blood cells, white blood cells, phagocytosis, blood type B, fibrin, sickle cells, and infected blood. Students also draw quick sketches of a human blood slide.
In this blood worksheet, students complete a crossword puzzle given 24 clues about the components of the blood, the cells of the blood and the immune system with its antigens and antibodies found in the blood.