Classification of Animals: Invertebrates and Vertebrates (mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, and amphibians). This comes with a 36 page PowerPoint presentation, a few writing activities, riddles (if you download the preview, make sure you play it in slideshow to see how the riddles work.), some classification activities, and a mini-project designed to use higher level thinking skills.
Animals: This four product bundle includes Classifying Animals, Endangered Animals, Invent an Animal Project, Write a Non-fiction Animal Book It includes about 130 pages of activities, Powerpoint presentations, writing activiites for higher level thinking skills, problem solving skills, and assessing. It also has riddles, rubrics, an assessment, and more.
Part 2 – The Bread In The Bag Demonstration. Part 1 showed digestion in the mouth. In this post I will be talking about a demonstration I use to show my students what digestion looks like in the rest of the digestive system. The student reactions are even better than with Crackers and as I said before, when they’re done your course, they may forget many things but they will never forget THE BREAD IN THE BAG DEMONSTRATION!
FREE. There are 28 vocabulary words used in this exercise that are commonly used in a unit on cellular respiration. The vocabulary words are: pyruvic acid, protons, glucose, aerobic, matrix, adenosine triphosphate, ATP synthase, water, adenine, respiration, oxygen, lactic acid, Kreb's cycle, alcoholic, phosphate, glycolysis, citric acid, NADH, electron transport chain, cristae, mitochondria, carbon dioxide, fermentation, cytoplasm, thirty eight, anaerobic, ribose, and acetate.