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Biology – Unit 6 is designed for high school students and is an in-depth study on the domains of life: Archaea, Bacteria & Eurkarya
Lesson 1: Domains of Life
Lesson 2: Archaea
Lesson 3: Bacteria
Lesson 4: Eukarya
Lesson 5: Taxonomy
Lesson 6: Protists
Lesson 7: Fungi
Lesson 8: Plantae
Lesson 9: Animalia
Lesson 10: Homeostasis
Each lesson includes written informational text and is followed by student questions and/or worksheets plus a unit test. Answer keys and optional assignments list is also included.
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Mushroom worksheets designed for students to draw and write the common name of 23 given species. Perfect for any Science or Biology classroom studying fungi!
There are 6 worksheets (5 with 4 named species and 1 with 3). On each worksheets, students are to write the common name of the given species and draw a picture.
Students will use these notebooking pages to record information about 23 different species of mushrooms. Perfect for a Science or Biology classroom studying fungi!
In addition to the named 23 species, student are given an extra page to add additional species if they choose (or if you instruct them to add others).
On each page, students will draw a picture of the species, give the complete scientific classification and record additional information they learn through research, reading books or using the current curriculum.
Students will learn 23 different type of mushrooms with this product. For each species of fungi, they will learn the binomial name and draw a picture. There are 23 different pages. On each page, there is a color picture of the named species. Students will copy the information given. (Alternative use: Have students fold the page in half and draw from memory.)