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This is a downloadable copy of the book.
About the book: This book was written in 1923 by Leonard Haseman and can be a good tool to use when beginning to study insects.
An informational coloring book about the nervous system for elementary students. There are 9 coloring pages plus a short reading comprehension quiz at the end!
$3.00Buy NowBeautiful Fall creations! That is what you can expect when you give these pages to your students. They can be used for…PROJECTS, CREATIVE WRITING, SCIENCE REPORT WRITING, NOTEBOOKING and more.See description below for more details.
Students will enjoy this ANATOMY / BIOLOGY / HEALTH resource as they learn about their bones and skeletal system! Using this product, students can create either a lapbook or a Science notebook.
Perfect for any Middle School or High School Biology / Anatomy Classroom teaching human anatomy: . These 5 colorful posters will help students quickly identify muscles of the body (Arm, Leg, Back, Torso and Face). Great for Health classrooms as well!
Seals are found along most coasts and cold waters, but a majority of them live in the Arctic and Antarctic waters. Harbor, ringed, ribbon, spotted and bearded seals, as well as northern fur seals and Steller sea lions live in the Arctic region. Whether you are studying these wonderful animals or just want to add a quick side lesson, here is a Seal Shape Book that students can use to self-publish their created stories, reports and poems! Templates have differing line heights to accommodate a variety of grade levels.
This informational text article will teach students about the human muscular system, how many muscles are in the body, muscle fibers, the three different types of muscles and more.
- – Article
- – Reading comprehension worksheet (multiple choice)
- – Extended research activity and writing
- – Answer key
Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 5.3
Grade level: Fifth Grade
Linsear Write Formula : 5.1
Grade level: Fifth Grade.
! This is a perfect tool to use as a study aid as it includes important facts about insects such as…. This little book will also give examples of creepy crawlies that are not insects, how some insects have 1 or 2 pair of wings, how some are helpful and some are harmful. At the very end of the book, students are asked to draw their favorite insect.
$3.00Buy NowPumpkin Science has several fun, hands-on activities that ask students to compare, contrast, observe, estimate, count, sort, investigate, graph and much more…Students can even create a Pumpkin Science Journal or use pages as notebooking pages.See more about this product in the description below.
Notebooking is a coined term for what can also be referred to as educational journaling or scrapbooking.
There are over 400 known species of sharks in the world! Most students love studying sharks and this unit has been created to help students record the knowledge they learn during a study on sharks as well as personal reflections of what has been learned.
This resource includes:
- – Creating a Notebooking Project…What is Notebookiing?
- – Supply list
- – Teacher pages
- – Student organizational pages
- -‘Jump off’ Questions designed to get students thinking about the different shark related questions they can research
- – 32 Notebooking pages
Give students an engaging way to learn about plants with this interactive, project based resource. Designed to be used for multiple ages and grades, 3rd-6th grades, students will learn about plants:
- – classification
- – photosynthesis
- – the plant cell
- – parts of the plant
- – things plants need to grow
- – the life cycle of a plant
- – plant leaves
- – different types of plants (non-flowering, carnivorous, poisonous)
This 68 page anatomy coloring book has been designed for 5th-12th grade classrooms (Health, Science, Biology).
- Digestive System
- Skeletal System
- Nervous System
- Circulatory System
- Respiratory System
- Urinary System
- Integumentary System
- Muscular System
- Endocrine System
- Reproductive System
- Lymphatic System
- Auditory System
- Visual System
Students will learn about the respiratory system by following Otwo (the oxygen molecule) as he goes from bouncing around in the outside air into the human body! After reading the story, students will complete two worksheets (multiple choice and short answer) to access their understanding. Answer keys provided.
This BIOLOGY / HEALTH / ANATOMY / BODY SYSTEMS resource centers around the human nervous system and is a notebooking project unit. This interactive 56 page resource will require students to perform research and can be used independently or along side your curriculum.
Designed to use with multiple age / grade levels, this 79 page Shark Lapbook resource will teach students about…SHARKS! By the end of project, students will not only have learned about sharks but will have a lasting project that they have created.
- – Basic Lapbooking instructions
- – 11 Informational pages on sharks (informational articles, diagrams, species specific details and more)
- – OVER 50 pages of templates and instructions on how to use the templates
- – Vocabulary with definitions
This can be a self-contained resource (using no other outside research materials) or students can do further research to learn even more!
This ANATOMY / BIOLOGY / HEALTH resource includes of human skeleton posters and worksheets to help you teach the . Each set has a color poster (great for bulletin boards) and b/w poster (great for student handouts) and each worksheet comes with and without a word bank. Bones: Skull (cranial portion, facial portion), clavicle, scapula, sternum, ribs, vertebral column, hip bones (pelvic girdle), humerus, ulna, radius, carpals, metacarpals, phalanges, femur, patella, tibia, fibula, tarsals, metatarsals.
This is a small (15 page) old handout to help students learn basics about insects and how to mount them when creating an insect collection.
This resource can be used to research and report on one bird or use again and again to create an entire collection of notebook pages on local birds. Regardless of where you live, these pages will have students observing and learning about local birds.
Once a student identifies the bird to be researched, they will report on…
– where the bird lives
– physical characteristics
…as well as self-reflection on their learning.
This resource is meant to help students learn and remember the basic parts of a neuron (dendrite, nucleus, cell body, myelin sheath, axon and axon terminals).
- – Poster
- – Center activity
- – 2 Student worksheets
- – Answer Key