Learning the Levels
Learning the levels of organization, that is! My students are working hard on our living systems unit. Our newest anchor chart is all about the organization of living things. I am a huge fan of anchor charts because it helps my students organize the content into bite sized pieces. In our living systems unit we discuss the levels of organization, plant and animal cells, classification and cell theory. I like to make an anchor chart for each of the different topics and hang them around the…
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Interactive Notebook Bundle on CELLS
Hello Fellow Blog Readers, This is Mrs. G here! How are you doing? Summer is coming to an end and teachers/students are about to head back to school. Unfortunately this is very sad yet exciting at the same time. It's exciting because we get to see past students and meet new students. It's sad because we might have to leave little ones at home. My two littles ones are my son, Atreyu, who is 4 years old and my son, Sebastian, who is 4 months old. I also have a daughter, Harley, but she isn't…
Genetics Unit Homework Worksheet Bundle
Love this comprehensive high school genetics worksheet set. It has incomplete dominance, codominance, sex-linked traits, polygenic inheritance, epistasis and more in its 18 page set. This is all I need to give my students for homework during the genetics unit! Science with Mrs. Lau
Using Sweets to Teach Mitosis and Meiosis
What better way to teach a complicated concept like Mitosis than to use candy! I find that students are naturally more receptive to anything that involves the use (and consumption) of sweets. This is a no-brainer, right? To demonstrate the stages of Mitosis in the Cell Cycle (Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, Cytokinesis), this group used gummy worms to represent the chromosomes. As an added bonus, gummy worms are perfect for talking about genes (the stripes) and alleles…
Plant and Animal Cell Organelles & Function Activity/ Foldable - Cell Structure
Cell Organelles: These cell organelles cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about cell organelles. Playing directions and folding Directions (with pictures) are Included.There are 3 different versions, each in color and black and whiteCell Organelles Vocabulary: G...
Teach Genetics with Jelly Beans
Teach genetics to your students to help them learn about traits being passed down from parents to their offspring with this fun demonstration.
Monohybrid Mice! - Classroom Freebies
This is a really fun worksheet to use with your students who are learning how to work genetics problems. These problems are all one factor or monohybrid problems with a cute “mouse” theme. This practice worksheet is suitable for grades 6 – 10. Click on picture to download. Click me to see my blog. You ... Read More about Monohybrid Mice!
Student Project Display
So one of my goals this year was to put student work up on the walls in my classroom. You see, with 200+ students, how do I put all students' work up? Well that's just it... I don't. I was already collecting sample work from students (you know, keeping the REALLY good ones to show next year's students what their final product should look like), but wasn't doing anything with those samples aside from keeping them in a drawer until the following year. That's when I decided that it was time to…
Bacteria and Viruses Unit for Students and Educators - You Make Me Sick
In You Make Me Sick students learn about viruses and bacteria and how they transit disease.