ClassificationQuick View

Classification

Best printed in A3 double sided and laminated to be used as a learning mat. Designed to help early start year 9 gcse edexcel specification.
Alfie22
Monster Classification with a Dichotomous KeyQuick View

Monster Classification with a Dichotomous Key

In this product, students are given the task of identifying some monsters from a nearby planet that have recently been classified by a group of scientists. Students will identify 16 different monsters based on their physical characteristics using the provided dichotomous key. A teacher answer key is also provided. © Science Teaching Junkie. Terms of Use - this resource is for use by one teacher only. Additional teachers must purchase their own license. If you are interested in purchasing several licenses, please contact me for a district-wide or campus-wide quote. This product should NOT be posted on any website. ScienceTeachingJunkie@yahoo.com
shaynaa
Animal Classification: Vertebrate Sorting ActivityQuick View

Animal Classification: Vertebrate Sorting Activity

If you have a backbone, this educational resource is for you. This fun-filled small group activity will instantly engage your students as they learn about the 5 different types of vertebrates, their traits, & what environment suites each. This resource package includes over 45 pages of materials which includes: [5] game boards [36] vertebrate cutouts [1] vertebrate stock pot [36] matching cards There are two sets contained in this package: one in black and white, and the other in color. These fun printables include several lovely illustrations of different animals to cut out, ready for the kids to sort by vertebrate characteristics. If you laminate the cut-outs they will last and can be used for lots of different activities. I have chosen particular pictures that will keep your students engaged. Most want to keep them!
Taylaj42
Animal Kingdom Classification Guess Who GameQuick View

Animal Kingdom Classification Guess Who Game

What better way to use your scientific intuition and critical thinking deductive skills than to play “Guess Who” learning about the Animal Kingdom! This game is simple to play and extremely interactive. The first player to guess their opponent’s mystery animal wins the game. With over 8 different game board cards students will have an arsenal of opportunities to stay engaged and capture the content learning about the different types of animals (vertebrates and invertebrates). Who will guess right?
Taylaj42
Classification and Taxonomy Task CardsQuick View

Classification and Taxonomy Task Cards

These task cards are a great way for students to improve their skills and knowledge of classification and taxonomy. This product contains 24 cards with multiple choice questions about classification. A recording sheet and an answer key are included. Blank cards are also included for questions to be added, if wanted. The same 24 cards are also available as open ended questions.
ScienceSpot
Classification and Taxonomy Word SearchQuick View

Classification and Taxonomy Word Search

This word search on classification and taxonomy includes the following vocabulary terms. The solution to the puzzle is included. ♦ American black bear ♦ Animalia ♦ Carnivora ♦ Chordata ♦ Class ♦ Domain ♦ Eukarya ♦ Family ♦ Genus ♦ Kingdom ♦ Mammalia ♦ Order ♦ Phylum ♦ Species ♦ Ursidae ♦ Ursus ♦ Ursus americanus
ScienceSpot
Classification: Critical Thinking SkillsQuick View

Classification: Critical Thinking Skills

Using object classification activities to exercising important thinking skills! Example: The category is Food. Think of an object in this category that begins with each letter of the alphabet.As students create categories using words and pictures, they develop analysis, discrimination, comparison, and logical thinking skills.The 22 lesson pages featured here pose classification problems - first on a simple, concrete level and then progress to more abstract activities. With these step-by-step exercises, children are sure to give their logic and thinking muscles a good workout.
RemediaPub
Classification: Cut, Paste, & ColorQuick View

Classification: Cut, Paste, & Color

Analysis and arrangement.The 24 illustrated lessons in this book ask students to read words and phrases, then cut and paste the pictures that belongs with them. Eight words are featured on each worksheet, spotlighting all sorts of creatures and objects from “fawn” and “February” to “Snow White” and “skeleton.”Example: “Judge,” “referee,” and “scientist” are among the words presented. Images of a microphone, a whistle, a gavel, a microscope, and paint brushes are featured. Which image goes with which word?Of course, creative coloring is all part of the fun.
RemediaPub
Conic Sections Classification ActivityQuick View

Conic Sections Classification Activity

In this quick review activity students sort cards into each of the four conic sections: parabola, circle, ellipse, and hyperbola. On each pocket students add a diagram and equation for the appropriate conic section. This is a great addition to your interactive notebook on conic sections. This purchase is for one teacher only. This resource is not to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. If you are interested in a site license, please contact me for a quote at docrunning@kulikuli.net. This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives.
docrunning
Montessori - Classification of VertebratesQuick View

Montessori - Classification of Vertebrates

After children come to an understanding of classifying animals as vertebrate or invertebrate, the next step is to go on to classifying vertebrate animals into their five classes. This is a fun task made easier by the first set of animal pictures being color coded according to class. The second set is for older children to classify and then read and match the animal names. Also included are control charts and suggestions for presentation. Thank you so much for considering my material!
MaryCarr51
Classification and Taxonomy: Science Escape RoomQuick View

Classification and Taxonomy: Science Escape Room

This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to improve their skills and knowledge of animal adaptations. Full "Letter" sized cards as well as smaller sized cards are provided. Contents: ♦ Teacher Instructions with Usage Guide and FAQ ♦ 20 Multiple Choice Questions ♦ 5 Decoders for each of the 5 Levels ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key ♦ Large Sized Cards and Smaller ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout room Check out the preview for more details!
ScienceSpot
Classification Hierarchy and Kingdoms Read and ApplyQuick View

Classification Hierarchy and Kingdoms Read and Apply

Classification Hierarchy (Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus Species) Read and Apply includes a reading passage and interactive notebook activity covering the order of hierarchy, an example, and discusses the 5 main kingdoms. Many students these days have a terribly difficult time comprehending nonfiction & informational text - textbooks, websites, articles etc. This product offers a more simple option for students to read, apply, and comprehend what they read - This is a GREAT tool to help your students overcome the obstacle of comprehending science text. These "Read & Apply" products are designed to cover ONE basic science topic per lesson for students to build a solid foundation before moving to the next topic & building that "house of knowledge" on the foundation. This product contains: - Reading Comprehension Tips - 1 short reading passage - 1 application activity - 1 writing prompt that goes along with the passage - Photo example/answer key Each reading passage is simple & not overwhelmingly long like textbooks are. Students can listen to you read, read silently, in partners, or in small groups highlighting important words and concepts as they go. The students then apply what they read with an activity & responding to a writing prompt. Don't use interactive notebooks??? Just use colored paper!! Glue the passage to one side and have the students do the interactive activity on the other! Can easily be 3-hole punched to put in a binder, hung on the wall, or slide into a folder!! This product would best fit with 4th-6th graders, but would be GREAT for a 7-8 grade remediation reading class or special ed! Would also be a great option for differentiation if you have just a few students in your class that are having a difficult time with their grade level text that you already use.
smithscienceandlit
Montessori - Living or Non -living ClassificationQuick View

Montessori - Living or Non -living Classification

After your children have had the opportunity to explore the concept of living and non-living both with objects indoors and outside, you can introduce these sets of realistic pictures to classify. 2 labels, "living" and "non-living" 26 pictures suggestion for presentation of the material
MaryCarr51
Biology-PLANTS CLASSIFICATION: FuseSchool Video GuideQuick View

Biology-PLANTS CLASSIFICATION: FuseSchool Video Guide

"""Have students watch a short video to learn about the classification of plants. The video is very informative and makes good use of graphics to support the content. This lesson can used as a flipped classroom exercise, as student notes, as homework or as a part of a sub lesson plan. The guide is 2-3 pages long and is in both pdf and Word format, which allows it to be customized by the teacher if needed. The video link is embedded directly into the resource title. The video is 4-7 minutes long. Total lesson time is about 20-30 minutes with partner conversation. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀"" "
sasrozmaka
ANIMAL CLASSIFICATION: FuseSchool Biology Video GuideQuick View

ANIMAL CLASSIFICATION: FuseSchool Biology Video Guide

Have students watch a short video to learn about the animal classification system. The video is very informative and makes good use of graphics to support the content. This lesson can used as a flipped classroom exercise, as student notes, as homework or as a part of a sub lesson plan. The guide is 2-3 pages long and is in both pdf and Word format, which allows it to be customized by the teacher if needed. The video link is embedded directly into the resource title. The video is a few minutes long ( 3-5 minutes). Total lesson time is about 20 minutes with partner conversation. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
sasrozmaka
Biodiversity and Classification: Test, Review Questions, and Answer KeysQuick View

Biodiversity and Classification: Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys

You will receive a test and review questions with answer keys. The test is multiple choice, matching, short answer, and includes a dichotomous key The review questions cover all of the material on the test: 1. What are the basic needs of all living things? 2. What is an adaptation? 3. What is homeostasis? Explain how your body maintains homeostasis in the cold and in the heat. 4. Which domains include mainly prokaryotic organisms? Which domains include mainly eukaryotic organisms? 5. What is metabolism? 6. Explain how a scientific name is written using binomial nomenclature. 7. What is the difference in prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms? 8. What is carrying capacity? Name 5 ways a population’s carrying capacity would decrease. 9. What type of environment is Domain Archaea usually found in? 10. What is the broadest level of biological classification? The most specific level? 11. What is taxonomy? 12. What is the difference in asexual and sexual reproduction? 13. Name three limiting factors and explain why they limit organisms. 14. What is an invasive species? 15. What is the stimulus and response in the following: A plant’s leaves turning toward the sunlight. 16. How do humans negatively affect biodiversity? 17. Break down the term ‘biodiversity’. What does ‘bio’ mean? What does ‘diversity’ mean? 18. List the 8 levels of classification in order from broadest to most specific. 19. What is the difference in unicellular and multicellular organisms? 20. Name the three domains and the kingdoms found in each domain. 21. What are the characteristics of all living things? 22. What is the difference in anabolic and catabolic metabolism? 23. This question is a dichotomous key.
BiologyDomain
5 Kingdoms of Living Things (Classification) Overview PresentationQuick View

5 Kingdoms of Living Things (Classification) Overview Presentation

This slideshow is an overview of the characteristics of the 5 kingdoms of life. It can be used with the associated notes - https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/5-kingdoms-overview-classification-11657587 A bundle can be found at - https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/5-kingdoms-of-living-things-classification-overview-presentation-and-notes-sheet-bundle-11674018
TheTechSavvyScienceTeacher
5 Kingdoms Overview - Classification Guided NotesQuick View

5 Kingdoms Overview - Classification Guided Notes

This worksheet is an overview of the characteristics of the 5 kingdoms. It includes an answer key and a blank template for students. This worksheet goes along with the following presentation: https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/5-kingdoms-of-living-things-classification-overview-presentation-11657591 A bundle that includes this product can be found at https://www.tes.com/us/teacher-lessons/5-kingdoms-of-living-things-classification-overview-presentation-and-notes-sheet-bundle-11674018
TheTechSavvyScienceTeacher