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In this cell reproduction worksheet, students complete a crossword puzzle with 43 questions related to mitosis and meiosis. They compare and contrast the two processes.
Cnidarian Reproduction and Platyhelminthes
Opening with one slide on cnidarian reproduction, this PowerPoint is more focused on phylum platyhelminthes. It touches on flatworm structure, feeding, body systems, and reproduction. Simple, yet informative, this resource will support your lecture on platyhelminthes when covering classification with your budding biologists. Follow it with observations and experiments with flatworms.
Reproduction, Day 3: Parenthood
Teenagers explain the process from making the decision to have a baby to parenthood. They identify the positive and negative aspects of parenting. In small groups, they browse catalogs of baby equipment and evaluate the cost of supporting a new baby. Enough extension activities are suggested to make this a week-long topic within your life skills or health curriculum.
Scale and Image Reproduction
Students practice using mathematical issues of scale. They compare and contrast digital images verses the object in real life. They share their observations with the class.
In this human reproduction worksheet, students use references to assist them in responding to the questions on the menstrual cycle. They explain what is the menarche and the average length of the menstrual cycle. Students also name the hormones necessary for maintaining the uterine lining.
In this cell reproduction worksheet, students will review the 5 phases of the cell cycle: telophase, interphase, prophase, metaphase, and anaphase. Students will use the cell cycle diagram to complete 5 short answer questions.
Students discuss the different stages of mitosis. In this biology instructional activity, students work in pairs as they draw and diagram the stages of cell division. They discuss reproduction using pro, meta, ana and telophase.
Seed Dispersal: Plant Reproduction
How do seeds get from a plant to the ground so they can germinate? This presentation provides the answer to seed dispersal in relation to plant reproduction. Straightforward explanations and definitions for wind, animal, burial, fruit, and spinning dispersal make this a comprehensive resource.
New! Utopia/Dystopia: The American Dream
American dream or American nightmare? Whether born in the USA or having come to America, we, the people of the United States, are prompted by a vision. Explore that vision through a series of materials and activities. Although designed as extension projects for gifted, self-guided learners, the materials and activities in this resource can be used to introduce a vision or unifying principle for a semester or year-long American literature course. The activities can also be easily adapted for group projects and the portfolio assignment can serve as a final assessment. A great packet that deserves a place in your curriculum library.
Recreating a Masterpiece
Young scholars analyze and critique various artists and their work. They write research papers on artists and create reproductions of their works, reflecting their earlier critiques of the works.
Art for Protest or Persuasion
Students examine Chicana/o and earlier prints made for protest and persuasion. They compare characteristics of different processes and distinguish multiple original prints from mass-produced reproductions of artworks.
Raising an Animal
Learners observe reproduction and behavior in several types of animals and nurture a sense of responsibility and cooperation. They then examine external features of several different types of animal groups.
New! Character Tea Party
A tea party in Wonderland? An East Egg brunch with Gatsby, Daisy, Tom, and Nick? Breakfast with Miss Havisham, Lady Macbeth, and Abigail Williams? Or dinner with Andre, Hamlet, and Randle Patrick McMurphy? Class members select a favorite book or theme, dress up as a character, and get together for refreshments and pithy conversation. Groups create the invitation, decide on the menu, decorate the room, and outline a script. The packet includes suggestions and links to resources. A great way to review a novel, a course, or prepare for the AP literature exam.
George Washington: A National Treasure
Students explain the definition of a portrait. They identify the visual clues that Gilbert Stuart included in his portrait of George Washington. They compare the reproduction to other images of Washington. They discuss the importance of portraits as visual records and historical documents.
Pollen Collection And Identification
Students investigate plant reproduction, pollen collection and identification. They collect pollen samples over a twenty four hour period and examine them under a microscope.
Atomic Musical Chairs
An engaging activity enlightens young chemists in this instructional activity on atomic structure. They play musical chairs through a series of concentric circles that represent electon orbitals. A laundry basket in the middle holds the protons and neutrons. Oh what fun!
Where'd You Get Those Genes?
Really a unit, this resource exposes middle schoolers to genetics at their level. They read interviews and biographies, trace a family tree, play games that simulate inheritance concepts, and more! Teacher's procedures, student worksheets, extensions, and modifications are all provided. You will not want to miss out on this terrific life science resource!
AP: Chapter 18: Microbial Models
AP biology and college microbiology classes benefit by completing this seven-page worksheet on microbes. An exhaustive set of questions addresses the characteristics and reproduction of viruses, classification and uses of bacteria, and definitions for viroids, prions, transposons, and operons. Learners identify steps on distinct diagrams of reproductive cycles.
Can you tell the difference between a male and a female pinecone? Seed dispersal and plant pollination, that's the focus of this investigation. Your class will discuss the differences between male and female pine cones then use magnifying glasses to identify their reproductive parts. They'll draw models of each of their pine cones, being sure to add detail and correct labels.
New! Bee Pollen Popular
The world would be a much different place without the help of pollinators. Read about the important role bats, hummingbirds, and various insects play in plant reproduction, exploring the interdependence of living things in an ecosystem. Learn about the interesting social structure of beehives, each with a single queen, thousands of worker bees, and honeycombs full of babies. Extend learning by printing out pictures of local plants and asking learners to match each plant to its pollinator. Check for understanding by creating reading comprehension questions that address key ideas from the reading passages.