Biology Resources

All of these resources and more are available on Teachers Pay Teachers. Take a look below and get a feel for some of my most popular cross-curricular resources.

Circulatory System PackComplete mini-unit on the circulatory system. You will need a textbook, review book, website or some background reading on the circulatory system. This includes a foldable to help students take notes and organize background information, and a lab.

Photosynthesis and Respiration Foldaway Notes
In this lesson students will create a foldable organizer comparing and contrasting photosynthesis and cellular respiration. This is a good note-taking tool, homework assignment, or review activity for classes ranging from middle to high school. Students are asked to compare the products, reactants, formula, purpose, and location for photosynthesis and cellular respiration.

Human Body Systems Task Cards
This set includes 50 reinforcement and review cards for science students in grades 6-10.  There are 5 cards each on the body systems as a whole (together) 5 on each system (circulatory, immune, respiratory, digestive, endocrine, excretory, nervous, muscular, skeletal). Task cards are a fantastic way to reinforce lessons, review difficult concepts, or provide extra practice for the struggling student.

Biology Assessment (Bell Ringer/Exit Ticket) Year-Long Digital ResourceThis is a full year bundle of formative assessment prompts that can be used as daily bell work, an early finisher activity, a station activity, ticket outs, or anywhere else that you would use task cards.
Included are 10 sets of 18 prompts (180 prompts). There is also an extra blank template for each set if you would like to create your own questions. Lastly, there are 8 general formative assessments or exit tickets for you to use as you choose.
Each of these is included in three formats: Google Forms, Google Slides (Digital Task Cards, or to project on the board for the whole class), PDF

Respiratory System Lab and Notes
This pack includes a short PowerPoint on the respiratory system (what its functions are, and what the parts of the respiratory system are). It also includes a lab on the respiratory system where students make a model of a lung and examine how the lung takes in air. They then draw their model and answer analysis questions about it.

Enzyme Lab
This product includes three different versions of an enzyme lab, focused on factors that affect enzyme activity (temperature and pH). Students can do both as two separate labs, or it can be done as a jigsaw activity where they share their results with the rest of the class.

For each lab (temperature and pH), there are three versions including standard version, and a version for interactive notebooks, and an inquiry-based (student designed) version, where the students develop the procedures and data tables.  

Human Body Systems Bundle
This product includes all Human Body items in my store.  These products were originally designed for middle school, but have been used in high school classes as well. They could easily adapt to higher or lower grades.
Includes the following: Circulatory System Foldable, Circulatory System Lab, Digestive and Excretory System Foldables & Notes Sheet, Human Body Systems Task Cards, Nervous and Endocrine Systems Organizer, Respiratory System Lab and Notes, Skeletal and Muscular System Lab and Notes Pack (Chicken Wing Dissection) 

Living Environment Regents Review (New York State)
This is a complete 25 page review packet, with answer key to help students (and teachers) prepare for the Living Environment Regents Exam.
This resource is organized topically, with one page each for the following topics, as well as one page for each of the NYS labs. Topics include: scientific inquiry, classification of living things, microscope, cells, macromolecules, enzymes, cell membrane, photosynthesis and respiration, nucleic acids, mitosis and meiosis, genes and heredity, modern genetics, evolution, human body systems, reproduction, homeostasis, ecology, human impact on the environment.
It also includes a full teacher answer key.

Flower Dissection Lab
This product includes two versions of a flower reproduction lab. One version is a more traditional lab, and the other is slightly more open-ended, or inquiry based.
Both versions allow for hands-on examination of the parts of a flower and how they reproduce, and then ask analysis questions and ask the student to draw conclusions about their findings.

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