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51 resources with the concept milk

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CORE Math Performance Assessment Modules: Grade 7

For Students 7th Standards
Investigators plot the growth of animals from the fictional planet of Rhomaar over a period of time, then compare them to two other species. Another assessment challenges seventh graders to use their knowledge of positive and negative...
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Looking Into Lactase: Guided Inquiry

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Milk does a body good ... unless, of course, someone is lactose intolerant. Pupils play the role of pharmaceutical scientists in a guided inquiry lab about lactase. Lab groups collaborate to learn more about lactose intolerance, how...
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The Three Different Ways Mammals Give Birth

For Students 4th - 12th Standards
All mammals have warm blood, are vertebrates, breathe with their lungs, have hair or fur on their bodies, and produce milk for their young. But not all mammals give birth to their young in the same manner. Watch a video that explains how...
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Mammals

For Teachers 4th - 12th
Learn more about mammals with this fantastic video! It discusses mammals varying from whales to mice to elephants. Can your class tell the difference between a whale and a shark?
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Plastic Milk

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Curdle milk on purpose. Pupils mix vinegar with milk to produce curds and then explore the properties of the curds. Scholars redo the experiment by changing up one of the variables and observing what happens.
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Observing Water's Thin 'Skin'

For Teachers 2nd - 6th Standards
Keep the tension up in the classroom. The class first observes as the teacher creates a dome of water above a glass by adding paperclips into an already full glass. Classmates then work in pairs to see how many drops of water can fit...
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Milk

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Milk: It does a body good ... or does it? Using the provided website, scholars sort through information to answer the question. They review a chart demonstrating lactose intolerance by ethnicity and region, and they also compare the...
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Lactose Intolerance: Fact or Fiction

For Teachers 7th - 12th Standards
Around the world, about 2/3 of adult humans are lactose intolerant. Scholars work in small groups to discuss a few statements about lactose intolerance. Then, they watch a video on the topic and readdress each statement. Whole-class...
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Recent Adaptations in Humans

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
You've probably spent plenty of time discussing animal adaptations with your young biologists, but what about human adaptations? Explore the evolving traits of humankind through an interactive that combines text and video clips. Scholars...
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Lactase Persistence: Evidence for Selection

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
What's the link between lactase persistence and dairy farming? Biology scholars analyze data to find evidence of the connection, then relate this to human adaptation. Working individually and in small groups, learners view short video...
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Patterns in the Distribution of Lactase Persistence

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
We all drink milk as babies, so why can't we all drink it as adults? Examine the trend in lactase production on the world-wide scale as science scholars analyze and interpret data. Groups create pie charts from the data, place them on a...
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Got Lactase? The Co-Evolution of Genes and Culture

For Students 9th - 12th
Only one-third of human adults can digest milk. If you're one of the lucky few, you have gene-culture co-evolution to thank. Scholars watch a video to learn how the enzyme lactase is necessary to break down lactose in milk. The gene...
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Polymers—Gifted and Talented Chemistry

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Polymers are an important part of our day-to-day lives, but how much do your pupils know about them? Learn the basics and beyond in a series of activities designed to build skills in observation, planning, organic chemistry, and bonding.
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Looking Into Lactase: Structured Inquiry

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Why is lactase important? Biology scholars explore enzyme function in a structured inquiry lab. The activity tasks lab groups with observing how temperature and pH affect enzyme activity, as well as determining which milk products...
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Miguel's Milkshakes

For Students 7th Standards
Moooove over, there's a better deal over there! The fourth segment in a series of eight requires individuals to determine the best unit cost for milk. Scholars calculate the least amount they can spend on a particular quantity of milk....
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The Science of Milk

For Students 9th - 12th
The first substance most all mammals taste is milk. Why are we all so obsessed with milk? Explore the world of lactation, the dairy industry, and different types of milk with a video that explains the science of milk.
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Why Are There Bacteria In My Yogurt?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
The process of making yogurt, starting with fresh cow milk, is the subject of a video that focuses on the importance of bacteria and the many different types of bacteria that can be used in yogurt making. 
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Drink, Drink That Milk!

For Students 4th - 7th Standards
Teach your class about milk while practicing informational text reading skills. The resource includes a short text to read, accompanying questions and vocabulary, a vocabulary exercise, a sequence exercise, and a reading comprehension...
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Producers to Consumer - Milk and Trees

For Students 3rd - 4th
In this producers and consumers worksheet series, students make two small books; one about how milk is produced and processed starting from cows, and the other is about how trees become lumber and other products. They cut out consumer...
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Color Changing Milk

For Teachers 5th - 10th
This visually vibrant activity demonstrates what happens when dish soap weakens the bonds that hold fats and proteins suspended in milk. Perhaps you can have chemistry lab groups perform this activity when they are learning about...
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Color Changing Milk

For Teachers 5th - 10th
This visually vibrant activity demonstrates what happens when dish soap weakens the bonds that hold fats and proteins suspended in milk. Perhaps you can have chemistry lab groups perform this activity when they are learning about...
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Why Do I Need Milk?

For Teachers 4th - 5th
Young scholars research the reasons why milk is important in a healthy diet. In this milk and diet lesson, students identify two foods in the milk group and color a food group pyramid worksheet. Young scholars identify nutrition benefits...
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Matters of Milk and Marshmallows

For Teachers 7th - 8th
Pupils observe a teacher demonstration o classifying matter by its physical properties of shape and size. After discussing the definition of matter, students describe the state of matter. They sing a song to the tune of "Bingo." In...
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The Five Food Groups

For Students 2nd - 4th
For this five food groups worksheet, students look over a chart containing the five food groups and the seven days of week and color the group they eat each day.