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Body Systems Matching Quiz 11 Questions total

Body Systems Matching Quiz 11 Questions total

A matching quiz on 11 body systems. Includes circulatory, endocrine, muscular, skeletal, male reproductive, female reproductive, respiratory, digestive, urinary, excretory, nervous. Answer key included. This lesson is student-centered meaning: --it allows you to become a facilitator --happier teachers --happier students --happier administrators Standard: Identify the main functions of the systems of the human body. (e.g. 7.12B) ! ! ! ! ! !
learningisawesomewithmrsalinas
Osmosis

Osmosis

Osmosis 1 X Quality Assured 60 minute lessons, including the following: - Starter and plenary - Fully differentiated content - Lesson objectives covering 1-3 Star. - Exam questions + progress checks - Activities and worksheets included *These lessons have been observed and have been graded outstanding by ALP and LPs*
pjberry21
Observing Cells- Onion cell

Observing Cells- Onion cell

Observing Cells- Onion cell 1 X Quality Assured 60 minute lessons, including the following: - Starter and plenary - Fully differentiated content - Lesson objectives covering 1-3 Star. - Exam questions + progress checks - Onion cell experiment. - Activities and worksheets included *These lessons have been observed and have been graded outstanding by ALP and LPs*
pjberry21
Studying Cells- Microscopes

Studying Cells- Microscopes

Studying Cells- Microscopes 1 X Quality Assured 60 minute lessons, including the following: - Starter and plenary - Fully differentiated content - Lesson objectives covering 1-3 Stars. - Exam questions + progress checks - Activities and worksheets included *These lessons have been observed and have been graded outstanding by ALP and LPs*
pjberry21
Revision 1 - Exam style questions (KS3, Year 8, IGCSE)

Revision 1 - Exam style questions (KS3, Year 8, IGCSE)

This is the exam style questions for KS3 students. It involves 1. Transport in plant 2. Blood vessels 3. Digestion process 4. Digestive system 5. Respiratory system 6. Effects of smoking **Answer scripts are available for FREE at http://myanswerscripts.weebly.com/**
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Science Bundle: Living Processes for Years 3 and 4

Science Bundle: Living Processes for Years 3 and 4

This bundle features a number of worksheets aimed at Year 3 and 4 primary school students. Topics covered include: 1.) Digestion 2.) The skeleton and movement 3.) Plants This collection of worksheets and posters would cost £15.50 separately so purchasing as a bundle gives you a saving of 35%
beckystoke
Year 6 Human Circulatory System Lessons

Year 6 Human Circulatory System Lessons

This is a whole unit of work based on the human circulatory system. Each smartboard or powerpoint has a whole lesson with main activity and plenary. 6 lessons are included with the following content: The lessons focus on what blood is made of and the blood system works, function of the heart, double circulation and how it works, 2 lessons on writing an explanation of the human circulatory system , investigation analysis to find out more about the lungs and an investigation linked to heart rate activity This unit meets the objectives of year 6 science but also the writing objectives. All the lessons include all the resources needed. All you need to do is pick it up and teach !
sparkle1978
Human Skeleton Pelmanism

Human Skeleton Pelmanism

Human Skeleton Pelmanism: A fun game with 20 cards featuring parts of the human skeleton and their names. Turn over the cards to find a matching pair. An engaging game to learn the names of human bones. Includes a poster showing the human skeleton to check your answers. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk
helenrachelcrossley
Plant and Ecology Bundle (buy 2 get 1 free - save 33%)

Plant and Ecology Bundle (buy 2 get 1 free - save 33%)

A bundle for the BUDDING ecologists. PLANT the learning into the students and see them FLOWER. Bundle includes: 1) Cross section of the leaf - Interactive notebook foldable 2) Plant reproduction, label parts of the flower - Interactive notebook foldable 3) Ecological sampling quadrat and transect line - interactive notebook foldable
TRJ
IGCSE :Plants and Humans as organisms (Skeletal system, joints, antagonistic muscles)_Year 7, KS3

IGCSE :Plants and Humans as organisms (Skeletal system, joints, antagonistic muscles)_Year 7, KS3

A brief note for KS 3 students, especially Year 7 students. In this topic, you will learn about 1. Name the bones using their scientific names 2. State and explain the functions of skeletal system 3. Name the different types of joints (fixed and movable joints) 4. Study the connective tissues (Ligaments, cartilage, tendon) 5. Explain the importance of synovial joints 6. Describe how muscles and bones are connected. 7. Explain how antagonistic muscles cause movement
siewling0821
Light and Sight PowerPoint: The Human Eye Introduction

Light and Sight PowerPoint: The Human Eye Introduction

A fun interactive PowerPoint designed to give your class an introduction into the magical world of the human eye (as part of the light and sight topic). This PowerPoint will teach your children all about the key parts to an eye and their function as well as some fun facts to get them excited! Along with this there is a great quiz to play to test their knowledge. Contents: - Slides 1 - 10: Parts of the eye and their functions (cornea, pupil, iris, sclera, lens, retina, & the optic nerve) - Slides 11 – 15: Fun Eye Facts - Slides 16 – 34: Quiz - Slide 35: Conclusion This PowerPoint is a great way to introduce the topic, however we have also enjoyed using it as a recap to give the children an extra boost! ------------------------ Have fun!
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