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In this reproduction worksheet, students identify the 5 major ways organisms reproduce asexually and list examples of organisms that reproduce in that manor. Then students complete 10 short answer questions.
Students are introduced to the vocabulary related to the male and female reproductive organs. In their journals, they write down the importance of knowing the correct terms of these organs. To end the activity, they complete a crossword for male and female organs and take an online quiz.
Eighth graders hypothesize if a plant with white flowers is crossed with a plant with purple flowers, what are the possible genotypes and phenotypes of the offspring. They define meiosis, compare/contrast meiosis and mitosis and state the phases of meiosis.
In this crossword puzzle, students answer 27 clues about vocabulary terms related to the reproduction of both animals and plants.
In this crossword puzzle worksheet, students are given the answers to 18 clues about vocabulary related to the reproduction of animals and plants.
In this plant reproduction instructional activity, students follow the steps to complete a science investigation and then respond to 2 short answer questions and complete a data table regarding the investigation.
Eight objectives pertaining to plant reproduction are stated and addressed in this presentation. Objectives include defining sexual and asexual reproduction, comparing monocots to dicots, explaining flower types, and more. Some of the formatting is inconsistent, but easily remedied should you decide to use these slides. The information is worthwhile for your introduction to plant reproduction. Consider having young botanists examine monocot and dicot seeds, plants, and flowers up close and personal following the presentation.
In this human reproduction learning exercise, students will review the male and female anatomy and the hormones involved in the development towards sexual maturity. Students will also review the events that occur during the three phases of the menstrual cycle. This learning exercise has 3 short answer, 9 fill in the blank, 5 true or false, and 9 matching questions.
Students investigate seeds and plant life by creating a germination chamber.  In this botany lesson, students investigate the relationship between flowers and the fruit they produce while examining the structure of the flower.  Students read a list of vocabulary terms related to plant life and set up a germination chamber in their classroom.
For this human reproduction worksheet, students complete an online interactive quiz about hormones, sexual development and human reproduction. There is also an option for a paper and pencil version.
Students observe life science by completing a class activity. In this sexual health lesson, students identify the newest contraceptive devices and discuss the improvements being made to STD and pregnancy prevention. Students collaborate in groups and conduct a scavenger hunt based on sexual health information.
Learners compare asexual and sexual reproduction. In this genetics lesson, students will discuss with a partner what they know about sexual and asexual reproduction. They will use five resources to find other information and create a Venn diagram using Word. Learners will summarize what they have learned using a Learning Frame.
Young scholars study the parts of the female reproductive system and the changes that occur during puberty. They examine the path of the human egg cell during fertilization and non-fertilization. They study the process of menstruation.
In this human reproduction worksheet, 9th graders explain why the testes are located on the outside of the body rather than the inside. Then they explain how often eggs are released in the female. Students also describe puberty.
In this plant reproduction worksheet, students will compare a female cone to a male cone. Then students will review the terms associated with the parts of a plant involved with reproduction. This worksheet has 18 short answer questions.
In this plant reproduction worksheet, students review the stages of the reproductive cycle of flowering plants. This worksheet has 1 matching, 1 short answer, and 1 true or false question.
In this female reproductive organs quiz learning exercise, students complete an on-line quiz, clicking on questions and matching answers, scoring 1 point for each correct answer. A printed version is available.
Quiz your learners on the reproductive process using this terminology assessment tool! Choose 1 of 2 options: have students play online, or make copies of the paper version. The advantage to playing the online matching game is its interactive feature: scholars match 8 terms to definitions to reveal an image below. They get immediate feedback once finished. Terms include menstruation, ovulation, implantation, menstrual cycle, pregnancy, fertilization, puberty, and lactation.
Quiz your learners on human reproductive cells using this terminology assessment tool! Choose 1 of 2 options: have learners play online, or make copies of the paper version. The advantage to playing the online matching game is its interactive feature: scholars match 8 terms to definitions to reveal an image below. They get immediate feedback once finished. Terms include X-Chromosome, ovaries, Y-Chromosome, fertilization, zygote, sperm, egg, and testes.
Presented clearly and accurately, this PowerPoint introduces biology learners to asexual reproduction in plants. It begins by comparing asexual to sexual reproduction by definition and by the pros and cons of each. The remaining slides briefly characterize tubers, bulbs, runners, and two methods of artificial propagation. This presentation would be a tool for supplementing your lecture with visuals.

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