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Plants and Animals
Seventh graders discover the interconnectedness of plants and animals in ecosystems. In groups, they create a food web and discuss the problems when one link of the chain is broken. To end the lesson, they set up a balanced environment and identify the factors that are needed to keep it balanced.
Field Projects: Science in Action
Cooperative groups select from one of four scenarios regarding hurricanes, greenhouse gases, thunderstorms, or the global climate domino effect. They discuss what kind of research needs to be conducted to address their chosen scenario and match it to an actual field project.
7th - 10th Science
Infiltration Test: Exploring the Flow of Water Through Soils
Soil scientists gain experience with an infiltrometer can to determine the infiltration rates at different locations on campus. If you are using the entire unit, the class has already analyzed water flow and soil types, so they should have eliminated several possible locations for setting up a rain garden.
4th - 12th Science
New Review Arctic Animals
Looking for a simple handout with images of arctic animals? Here it is! Included are outlined and colored images of the arctic fox, the arctic hare, polar bears, caribou, and a harp seal. Young learners can color these in, cut them out, observe cold-weather adaptations, or just use as a reference sheet.
Pre-K - 5th Science
Plaster and Vermiculite Carving
Provide your class with the opportunity to experience the design process and subtractive sculpture. You mix vermiculite and plaster to create a soft variable material. Learners use this material to carve any abstract art form they choose. They are encouraged to focus on line, form, and shape during the design process.
5th - 12th Visual & Performing Arts
Conservation vs. Economic Growth
Investigate the choices people make between economic growth and personal growth and development using the ethical/decision making model. Small groups create and present a position paper describing their feeling for or against the conservation of resources.
9th - 12th Science
This activity provides an interesting way for learners to review vocabulary and practice comprehension skills. There is a six-paragraph passage about the process of fingerprinting and the role it takes on convicting criminals. Eleven questions follow the passage: five are basic comprehension questions, and six are vocabulary related.
5th - 8th English Language Arts
Lesson: Emory Douglas: Revolution in Our Time, Part 2
I love lessons like this because they let kids see the power of art, poetry, and activism in times of social injustice and unrest. They'll analyze the art used by Emory Douglas in the production of the Black Panther newspaper and posters. They'll then analyze three poems written about various civil rights movements or social injustices involving race.
9th - 12th Visual & Performing Arts
Lesson: Emory Douglas: What We Want, What We Believe!
One of the many appeals of this resource lies in its diverse application. Appropriate for US history, English, or art classes, scholars will appreciate the exploration of the civil rights movement through art, music, and film. They'll discuss and analyze the revolutionary art of Black Panther artist Emory Douglas.
9th - 12th All
Learners name the three parts that comprise an insect body. In this ant activity, students make connections regarding the curiosity of insects as it touches upon the learners' personal perspectives. Students then observe ants in class and build vocabulary while applying the scientific method to making predictions.
1st - 2nd Science
Choose the Homograph
Practice homographs with this fun activity! Learners choose the meanings of ten homographs based on the sentence's context clues. The activity has a picture of bats - one flying mammal, and one used in baseball. Use this resource as a homework assignment or a warm-up activity.
7th - 9th English Language Arts
"Microscope Man" is the story of a microscopic adventurer who journeys through the interior of a cell. This is a clever approach to reviewing the structure of a plant cell! After reading the story, cell biologists answer questions in which they need to identify the organelles that Microscope Man encounters.
7th - 12th Science