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My Teaching Library has bundled 5 MUSHROOM products to help you SAVE and have a variety of fantastic classroom resources to help you teach…
- 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!
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.)
This cross-curricular resource will inform and assess students’ understanding of the basic process of photosynthesis. Includes both close reading and a cloze activity.
This cross-curricular (Language Arts – Science) informational article has been designed to help students gain a better understanding of why some animals in our world are endangered. The article will list causes such the need for more land and food for humans as well as pollution and hunting. Students will also be given several examples of animals from around the world that are in danger and what we need to learn in order to make plans to help them survive.
Interactive Science learning – This resource includes 2 coloring worksheets: Simple Plant Cell and Complex Plant Cell. As students color (identify) each part, they will also create a corresponding key.
Structures to be identified and colored:
1. Simple Plant Cell – cell wall, mitochondria, chloroplast, cell membrane, vacuole, nucleus, cytoskeleton
2. Complex Plant Cell – cell wall, mitochondria, chloroplast, cell membrane, vacuole, Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, rough endoplasmic reticulum w/ ribosomes, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, nucleus, nucleolus, peroxisome, cytoskeleton
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)
Let’s Learn about Plants is a Science resource that can be used in conjunction with your own curriculum or as a separate – individual unit! Students will be actively learning as the cut, color, paste, write and learn! They will learn about the and the !
: seed, sprout, seedling, plant, roots, stem, leaf, soil, sunlight, water, air, flower, bud, trunk, branch, crown.
This Science / Biology resource includes 2 activity worksheets for students to help them review the structures / organelles of an animal cell and the main function(s) of each. Structures /organelles include: centrosome, plasma membrane, mitochondria, vacuole, Golgi apparatus, ribosome, lysosomes, rough endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, nucleus, nucleolus, peroxisome, cytoplasm
Students love to draw? Here are step by step instructions on how to draw these flowers:
evening primrose, buttercup, iris, pansy, black-eyed Susan, poppy, daisy, aster, Easter lily, morning glory, orchid, petunia, red lily, hollyhock, bluebell, bird of paradise, gloxinia, crocus, jack-in-the-pulpit, lily of the valley, tulip, rose, violet, daffodil, water lily, sunflower, poinsettia, forget-me-not, carnation, zinnia