Vision in Birds of Prey
In this birds of prey worksheet, students participate in an experiment to illustrate the sharpness of the eye sight of birds of prey by utilizing dots on paper.
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Hoo Eats Who and What is What in Your Own Backyard?
Bird is the word! Teach life science scholars the importance of our feathered friends and the roles they play in our ecosystem. Using the plan, learners investigate the birds in their areas, determine the biotic and abiotic factors that...
6th - 8th Science
Life Science Toolbox for Fifth Grade
Help build young scholars' understanding of living things with the tools provided in this comprehensive life science resource. Including a total of nine lessons that cover topics ranging from plant and animal life cycles to heredity and...
3rd - 7th Science CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Santa Cruz Island - Writing for Information
After re-viewing a documentary segment on the restoration of Santa Cruz Island,, individuals craft an essay in which they compare the views of the various stake holders featured in the video and identify the point of view they find the...
6th - 12th Science CCSS: Designed
Middle School Sampler: Science
Focus on inquiry-based learning in your science class with a series of activities designed for middle schoolers. A helpful packet samples four different texts, which include activities about predator-prey relationships, Earth's axis and...
6th - 8th Science CCSS: Designed
New Review What Makes Owls So Quiet and So Deadly?
Known as excellent hunters, owls don't fly with the fast speeds of other birds of prey. The video focuses on the feathers and nocturnal habit of owls. With quiet, almost silent flight, owls sneak up on their prey.
3 mins 6th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable