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- If you are a Middle School teacher or a High School teacher, this bundle is for you!
- If you are teaching a general science class, a biology class or a botany class, this bundle is for you!
- If you are teaching about fungi and different types of mushrooms, this bundle is for you!
Use this resource, Constellation Quizzes, to assess student knowledge of the imaginary star outlines or patterns on our ‘celestial sphere’ they can be used simply as worksheets during the learning of the constellations! I’ve included 2 sets (with a total of 6 quizzes).
Each quiz will give students pictures and names of constellations and students will need to identify (match) each.
Before students begin a science project, it’s important to know important vocabulary and understand the process scientists use to design and perform experiments. This resource is a student handout that will give students the important information that they need.
To use again and again, laminate or place inside a sheet / page protector!
This is a downloadable copy of the book. (138 pages)
About the book: A Guide for the Study of Animals is a classic zoology guide (1911) which is intended for pupils in 9th-12th grades. It was prepared by the authors at the request of the Biology Round Table, an association composed of the teachers of Biology in the Chicago High Schools. The book is basically a Biology / Zoology Lab activity guide. Please note that this is not a ‘textbook’ but a lab activity book. (See description for further details.)
Explore the Northern Hemisphere’s Winter constellations with this resource. What are the major constellations? What is the Greek Mythology behind them? What major stars will help guide them through the night sky? How is Orion the ‘key’ to locating the main constellations? What is the name of the North Star and which constellation is it in? What is the brightest star in the sky?
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