This file includes activities that can be used to assess students' understanding of biotic and abiotic factors and the levels of organization in the environment. A guide and answer key for each activity is included to assist in implementation. Biotic or
Whalen's Classroom - Food Chains When learning about food chains, students often times forget the order of the chain. This quick poster helps them remember what type of animals are within the different levels of the food chain.
This is a really cool science experiment! Perfect for learning about Arctic animals and how they stay warm! How do animals like polar bears, seals, and walruses stay warm in the icy water of the arctic and Antarctic? Try this fun experiment to find out!
Change Over Time and Classification: Life Science Interactive Notebook
Life Science Interactive Notebook – Change Over Time & Classification include the following main concepts: Darwin's Theory of Evolution Evolution of Populations The Fossil Record Classification Domains and Kingdoms
Learn how to make a breathing machine from the author of Maker Lab, Jack Challoner. This easy experiment uses household items to construct model lungs and show how some vital parts of the body work. -- Learn about the respiratory track hands on, at home!