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Students complete pre reading, writing, and post reading activities for the book Kidnap At Catfish Cafe. In this guided reading lesson plan, students complete writing, go over vocabulary, answer short answer questions, have discussions, and more.
In this catfish coloring book worksheet, students read information about catfish and color pictures in a twenty-page coloring book. Final page contains recipes.
In this word recognition worksheet, learners trace the word "catfish," write the word independently, and color the picture of the catfish.
Students work together to build their own fish ecosystems. As a class, they share their prior knowledge about catfish and use a diagram to label its body parts. They record their observations of the ecosystem and determine what they could have done better if they had to do it over again.
Learners take a virtual trip to a Catfish Aquaculture Pond and analyze soil bacteria to determine how many nitrogen cycle bacteria are present. They graph the number of colonies present and use data to determine ammonium levels in the soil.
Students study data from a USDA catfish pond. They look for microbial populations and chemical concentrations in the runoff to determine the effectiveness of filter strips. They use their knowledge of biogeochemical cycles to explain the data found.
Students explore water quality. In this dissolved oxygen instructional activity, students conduct experiments to determine the concentration of dissolved oxygen in water. They examine the amount of oxygen needed to sustain different organisms.
In this grade 6 language arts book 3 learning exercise, 6th graders read 2 passages and write 4 paragraphs using details from the passages.
Young scholars use attributes to sort fish. In this animal groups and classification biology lesson, students use a dichotomous key and fish attributes to discover an unknown fish.
In this identifying the compound word worksheet, students read sentences to recognize the compound words. Students write twelve compound words.
In this student exploration-pond ecosystem worksheet, students use the Pond Ecosystem Gizmo to measure oxygen concentrations and temperature and record the data on charts.
In this online quiz worksheet, students answer a set of multiple choice questions about aquarium fish. Page has a link to answers.
In this online quiz activity, students answer a set of questions about freshwater aquarium fish. Page has a link to submit answers for correction.
In this science coloring worksheet, 2nd graders color a picture of a channel catfish and read facts about them. They see an upper letter C on the page.
Here is a fantastic lesson that integrates the culture, food, and rituals of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. The class discusses what they know about the holidays typically associated with each of the three religions, then they analyze and define food rituals. In small groups, they conduct research on one religious holiday and use their research to construct a menu, which will be used as the basis of large-group discussions on the similarities and differences in each religious holiday. A well-thought-out lesson that contains everything needed: videos, links, worksheets, vocabulary, and background information.
Students use materials found at a resource table to design simple devices that will house instruments to take water samples from a tub of water. They design 3 instruments, each varying in density so that one will float, one will hover and one will sink. The work in teams and each member contributes to the design. After experimentation, they share designs with the rest of class.
Students explore texture in art. In this textured collage art lesson, students observe and identify texture in famous artwork from artists around the world. Students plan and create a textured collage of a chosen animal.
In this biology worksheet, students answer 72 multiple choice and short answer questions in preparation for the biology final exam.
Students analyze the interrelationships between physical systems (such as rivers) and human settlements and activities. This instructional activity asks them to examine the current water situation in the Nile River region.
Learners use maps, on-line research, stories and poems to explore the oceans and the plants and animals that live there. They make a display and produce various forms of creative writing showing their work.