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Welcome to my shop! I love being able to help other teachers during the year when they have so many things on their plate. I have taught both high school and junior high school science. I was also a scientist for a few years before I decided to teach. It made teaching very interesting and the students loved the stories. I am married (he teaches also) and have 3 adult children. We live in the US but are planning to tour the world! I hope I have a little something for you all!

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Welcome to my shop! I love being able to help other teachers during the year when they have so many things on their plate. I have taught both high school and junior high school science. I was also a scientist for a few years before I decided to teach. It made teaching very interesting and the students loved the stories. I am married (he teaches also) and have 3 adult children. We live in the US but are planning to tour the world! I hope I have a little something for you all!
The Cell Worksheets

The Cell Worksheets

You will receive a pdf of the following worksheets: Cell organelle matching, cell scientist matching, types of cells, the cell theory, animal vs. plant Venn diagram, labeling plant and animal cells. Labeling pages come with and without word banks Answer Keys included Some ways to use these pages: Warm up for your lesson Exit tickets Reinforcement worksheet Quiz Homework pages Interactive notebook Substitute pages
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Taxonomy Word Wall Vocabulary Cards

Taxonomy Word Wall Vocabulary Cards

You will receive 20 vocabulary cards with definitions covering terms about taxonomy. Animalia Archaea Bacteria Class Domain Eukarya Eukaryote Family Fungi Genus Kingdom Linnaeus' system Order Phylum Plantae Prokaryote Protista Scientific Name Species Taxonomy You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group. I am able to customize vocabulary cards for any topic. Please let me know if you are looking for something specific.
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The Cell Vocabulary Cards

The Cell Vocabulary Cards

You will receive 27 vocabulary cards with definitions covering terms about cells and the organelles found inside of cells. Cell Cell Membrane Cell Wall Centriole Centrosome Chlorophyll Chloroplast Cilia Cytoplasm Cytoskeleton Eukaryote Flagella Golgi apparatus Lysosome Microtubule Mitochondria Multicellular Nuclear pores Nucleolus Nucleus Organelle Prokaryote Ribosome Rough endoplasmic reticulum Smooth endoplasmic reticulum Unicellular Vacuoles You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group.
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Genetics: Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys

Genetics: Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys

(picture is page 2 and 3 of test) The test is multiple choice, Punnett Square problems, and Pedigree questions. This test is designed to take about 45 minutes to an hour. The following are the review questions that are covered on the test. These are not exact test questions, just topics that cover the material: 1. What is the difference in phenotypes and genotypes? 2. What is the difference in dominant and recessive alleles? 3. How are genes expressed? 4. What is heredity? 5. What is a mutation? 6. Where do you find the genetic material that is passed from parent to offspring 7. What are alleles? 8. Who is known for being the ‘Father of Genetics’? 9. What is a gene? Punnett Square practice 10. In cats, short hair(S) is dominant over long hair(s). A homozygous recessive individual and a homozygous dominant individual are crossed. Homozygous recessive parent genotype? Homozygous dominant parent genotype? Probability of short hair offspring? Probability of long hair offspring? 11. A colorblind man and his carrier wife have children. Male parent genotype? Female parent genotype? Probability of colorblind offspring? Probability of carrier offspring? 12. Incomplete dominance: a red flower crossed with a white flower. a. What are the genotypes of the parents? b. What are the genotypes of the offspring? c. What are the phenotypes of the offspring? d. What are the probabilities of the phenotypes of the offspring? 13. Co-dominance: a red flower crossed with a white flower. a. What are the genotypes of the parents? b. What are the genotypes of the offspring? c. What are the phenotypes of the offspring? d. What are the probabilities of the phenotypes of the offspring? 14. Single gene with multiple alleles—A type AB blood man and a homozygous type B blood female have children. What is the probability of blood type A offspring? What is the probability of blood type B offspring? What is the probability of blood type AB offspring? What is the probability of blood type O offspring? Students will use a pedigree to answer the following: 15. Individuals B, D, I, and N are colorblind. Correctly shade those 4 individuals in the pedigree. 16. Individuals C, G, and J are carriers. Correctly shade those 3 individuals in the pedigree. 17. Explain why individual I and J, although they are sisters, do not share the colorblindness phenotype.
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Ecology: Food Web Project

Ecology: Food Web Project

You will receive a PDF of the food web project and an editable rubric in PPT format. Students will show the direction energy flows through an ecosystem by creating a food web that includes producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers, and tertiary consumers. Detailed instructions with diagrams. Three rubrics included: ~2 completed rubrics and 1 editable rubric
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Evolution and Natural Selection Vocabulary Cards

Evolution and Natural Selection Vocabulary Cards

You will receive 26 vocabulary cards with definitions covering terms about evolution and natural selection. Adaptation Adaptive Radiation Analogous Structures Artificial Selection Behavioral Adaptation Camouflage Cladogram Coevolution Convergent Evolution Descent of Modification Divergent Evolution Evolution Extinction Fossil Homologous Structure Macroevolution Microevolution Mimicry Natural Selection Shared Derived Characteristic Speciation Structural Adaptation Survival of the Fittest Theory Variation Vestigial Structure You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group. I am able to customize vocabulary cards for any topic. Please let me know if you are looking for something specific.
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Chemistry of Life Vocabulary Cards

Chemistry of Life Vocabulary Cards

You will receive 40 vocabulary cards with definitions covering terms about the chemistry of life. Acid Atomic mass Atomic number Base Buffer Carbohydrate Chemical bond Chemical reaction Compound Covalent bond Electron Electronegativity Element Enzyme Heat Hydrogen bond Ion Ionic bond Isotopes Lipid Mass number Matter Molecule Neutron Nonpolar Nucleic acid Nucleus pH scale Polar covalent bond Polar molecule Product Protein Proton Reactant Specific heat Solute Solution Solvent Surface tension Temperature You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group. I am able to customize vocabulary cards for any topic. Please let me know if you are looking for something specific.
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Ecology: Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Test, Review Questions, and Keys

Ecology: Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Test, Review Questions, and Keys

You will receive a test with answer key and review questions with answer key. This item is included in a Food Web and Ecological Pyramid Bundle for a 20% discount The test is multiple choice, matching, and short answer. The review questions cover all of the material on the test: 1. What is the difference in a food chain and a food web? 2. What is an apex predator? 3. What is another name for a producer? How do producers get their energy? 4. What is the difference between autotrophs and heterotrophs? 5. What do the arrows on a food web represent? 6. What is another name for a primary consumer? What do primary consumers eat? 7. How much energy from each trophic level moves to the next level? 8. Define the following: Carnivore, herbivore, and omnivore. 9. What are the similarities and differences between scavengers and decomposers? 10. What is the difference between producers and consumers? There will be an image of a food web to answer questions 11-14 11. Which organism(s) in the food web is a primary consumer? Secondary consumer? Tertiary consumer? 12. Which organism(s) in the food web is a producer? Consumer? 13. What might happen if you removed an apex predator from the food web? 14. Choose one food chain in the food web. Name all of the organisms starting with the producer and ending with the highest level consumer. 15. In an ecosystem, what might happen if you have more carnivores than herbivores? 16. What trophic level do humans occupy? Explain your reasoning. There will be an image of an ecological pyramid to answer question 17 17. Label the ecological pyramid with the following terms: tertiary consumer, herbivore, heterotroph, autotroph, primary consumer, apex predator, producer, and secondary consumer. Calculate the kcal at each level.
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Human Body: Circulatory, Respiratory, Lymphatic, and Immune Systems Slide Show

Human Body: Circulatory, Respiratory, Lymphatic, and Immune Systems Slide Show

*I have a 129 slide show of 12 body systems (Circulatory, Respiratory, Digestive, Excretory, Endocrine, Nervous, Muscular, Skeletal, Integumentary, Reproductive, Lymphatic, and Immune) available for a $3.00 discount if you are looking for all of the systems. **This is the slide show for only the Circulatory, Respiratory, Lymphatic, and Immune Systems. You will receive a PPT and PDF copy of this slide show. This 37 slide PPT covers the structures and functions of the circulatory, respiratory, lymphatic, and immune systems. Structures: ~Circulatory ~~Heart, blood, veins, arteries, capillaries ~Respiratory ~~Nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs ~Lymphatic ~~Spleen, thymus, tonsils, lymph nodes, lymphatic vessels ~Immune ~~Skin, gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts, phagocytes, mast cells, lymphocytes, memory cells Functions: ~Circulatory ~~Function of veins, arteries, capillaries, and heart ~~Path of blood through the circulatory system ~Respiratory ~~Path of air from nostrils to lungs ~~Particulate removal ~Lymphatic ~~The function of the spleen, thymus, tonsils, lymph nodes, and lymphatic vessels ~Immune ~~The function of the skin, gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts, phagocytes, mast cells, lymphocytes, memory cells
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Cell Book Activity with rubric and answer key

Cell Book Activity with rubric and answer key

This activity can work with individuals, in a group, or teacher-led. You will receive 2 different instruction sheets. One where students draw the tables themselves and one where you give the students printouts of the tables for them to fill in. You will also receive a rubric for the activity. Students will be making a cell book with the organelles listed below: ~Plasma Membrane, Cell Wall, Cytoplasm, Golgi Apparatus, Endoplasmic Reticulum, Ribosome, Mitochondria, Chloroplast, Cytoskeleton, Microtubule, Centrosome, Nucleus, Nuclear Pore, Nuclear Envelope, Nucleolus, Vesicle, Lysosome, and Vacuole. Each organelle will have the following: ~Name, the type of cell it is found in, structure, and function. Completed rubric, blank rubric included, and answer key included.
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Cell Division: Mitosis Artwork and Labels Free!

Cell Division: Mitosis Artwork and Labels Free!

After drawing the art for my Mitosis and Meiosis slide shows I felt that that it may be useful in some classrooms to hang on the wall or as manipulatives. I hope you can find use for it. You will receive a PDF of artwork and labels of the cell cycle: Interphase Mitosis ~Prophase ~Metaphase ~Anaphase ~Telophase Cytokinesis. All artwork is original.
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Cell Division: Meiosis Artwork and Labels Free!

Cell Division: Meiosis Artwork and Labels Free!

After drawing the art for my Mitosis and Meiosis slide shows I felt that that it may be useful in some classrooms to hang on the wall or as manipulatives. I hope you can find use for it. You will receive a PDF of artwork and labels of Meiosis: Interphase Meiosis I ~Prophase I ~Metaphase I ~Anaphase I ~Telophase I Cytokinesis Meiosis II ~Prophase II ~Metaphase II ~Anaphase II ~Telophase II Cytokinesis All artwork is original.
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Genetics: Pedigrees Slide Show

Genetics: Pedigrees Slide Show

You will receive a PPT and PDF version of the slide show. This 29 slide PPT covers ~Pedigree chart basic information ~How to read a pedigree chart (using colorblindness example) ~~~~Male and female ~~~~Has trait and carriers ~~~~What the lines mean ~How pedigree charts work (using colorblindness example) ~~~~How the traits are carried through generations on sex chromosomes ~~~~Step by step process of the trait moving through the chart ~Practice pedigree
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Ecology: Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Slide Show

Ecology: Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Slide Show

You will receive a PPT and PDF copy of this slide show. This 25 slide PPT covers ~Food webs ~~Food chains ~~Trophic levels ~~Producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers etc. ~~Autotrophs and heterotrophs ~~Energy transfer through a food web ~~Herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, decomposers, and scavengers ~Ecological pyramids ~~Producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers etc. ~~Passage of energy through trophic levels ~~Practice problem with answer
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Genetics: DNA Replication, Translation, and Transcription Slide Show

Genetics: DNA Replication, Translation, and Transcription Slide Show

You will receive PDF and PPT versions of this slide show. This 24 slide PPT covers DNA Replication ~Parent and identical daughter DNA strands ~Origins ~Helicase and DNA polymerase Gene expression ~DNA Transcription ~~mRNA ~~RNA polymerase ~DNA Translation ~~Amino acid chains and proteins ~~tRNA ~~Start codons, anticodons, and stop codons
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Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Test, Review Questions, and Answer Keys

Test and answer key/Review questions and answer key (picture is 1 page of test and 1 page of study guide key) The test is multiple choice, matching, and short answer. There are 26 questions designed to take about 45 minutes. The following are the review questions that are covered on the test. These are not exact test questions, just topics that cover the material: 1. What is photosynthesis? 2. What happens during the first stage of photosynthesis? 3. What is the second stage called? What happens during the second stage? 4. What is cellular respiration? 5. What is broken down during glycolysis? 6. What are the wastes for photosynthesis? Cellular respiration? 7. Water can be broken into what molecules? 8. What is the chemical formula for glucose? 9. Where does carbon dioxide enter a plant? 10. What stage is the majority of ATP produced during cellular respiration? 11. What stage is water produced during cellular respiration? 12. What does oxygen do during the electron transport chain? 13. What are the products of photosynthesis? What are the reactants? 14. What are the products of cellular respiration? What are the reactants? 15. What is the formula for photosynthesis? Cellular respiration? 16. Where do the following take place: a. Glycolysis b. Krebs Cycle c. Electron Transport Chain. 17. Define the following a. ATP b. Autotroph c. Chemoautotroph d. Chlorophyll e. Chloroplast f. Photoautotroph g. Pyruvate
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Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Bundle

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Bundle

You will receive the following in PDF format (119 slides/pages altogether). PPT versions of the 2 slide shows are included for easier classroom viewing: : ~Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration comparison activity with an answer key ~Photosynthesis slide show with 17 slides ~Cellular Respiration slide show with 16 slides ~32 vocabulary cards with definitions ~4 weeks of Bellringers ~Test and answer key ~Review questions and answer key Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration comparison activity with an answer key This activity can work with individuals, in a group, or teacher-led. You will receive an activity where students will compare photosynthesis and cellular respiration by looking at the equations, products, and reactants of each process. **Answer key included! ** *Students will: * Write the equation of both photosynthesis and cellular respiration. State which are products and reactants. Explain where the reactants come from. Explain what happens to the products. Photosynthesis slide show with 17 slides This 17 slide PPT covers Autotrophic organisms. Photosynthesis Where it takes place. ~The overall reaction (products and reactants). ~Breaks down each molecule of the equation into easy to read tables with the following topics: ~What the molecule is. ~Where the molecule comes from. ~Where it entered the plant. ~What the function is. Detailed description of the light dependent reaction and the Calvin cycle with diagram. Cellular Respiration slide show with 16 slides This 16 slide PPT covers Cellular Respiration ATP description Where the steps to cellular respiration take place. The overall reaction (products and reactants). Breaks down each molecule of the equation into easy to read tables with the following information in the table: ~What the molecule is. ~Where the molecule comes from. ~What the function is. Detailed description of glycolysis, the Krebs cycle, and the electron transport chain. 32 vocabulary cards with definitions You will receive 32 vocabulary cards with definitions covering terms about photosynthesis and cellular respiration. Word List: Acetyl-CoA, ADP, Alcohol fermentation, Anaerobic, ATP, ATP synthase, Autotrophic, Calvin cycle, Cellular respiration, Chlorophyll, Chloroplasts, Citric acid cycle, Cuticle, Electron transport chain, Epidermis, Fermentation, Glycolysis, Grana, Guard Cells, Heterotrophs, Lactic acid fermentation, Light Reactions, Mesophyll, Mitochondrion, NADPH, Oxidative phosphorylation, Photosynthesis, Pigment, Pyruvate, Stomata, Stroma, Thylakoids You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group. I am able to customize vocabulary cards for any topic. Please let me know if you are looking for something specific. You will receive 20 days of bellringers/warm ups Week 1: Word of the Week: Photosynthesis Read and Respond: Light Dependent Reactions Compare and Contrast: Autotroph and Heterotroph Problem Solving: Products and Reactants Anything Goes: Photosynthesis Equation Week 2: Word of the Week: Glucose Read and Respond: Calvin Cycle Compare and Contrast: Chloroplast and Mitochondria Problem Solving: Products and Reactants Anything Goes: Autotrophic Organisms Week 3: Word of the Week: Cellular Respiration Read and Respond: Glycolysis Compare and Contrast: Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration Problem Solving: Products and Reactants Anything Goes: Cellular Respiration Equation Week 4: Word of the Week: Adenosine Triphosphate Read and Respond: Krebs Cycle Waste Products Compare and Contrast: Alcohol and Lactic Acid Fermentation Problem Solving: Products and Reactants Anything Goes: Plants and Cellular Respiration Test and answer key/Review questions and answer key The test is multiple choice, matching, and short answer. There are 26 questions designed to take about 45 minutes. The following are the review questions that are covered on the test. These are not exact test questions, just topics that cover the material: What is photosynthesis? What happens during the first stage of photosynthesis? What is the second stage called? What happens during the second stage? What is cellular respiration? What is broken down during glycolysis? What are the wastes for photosynthesis? Cellular respiration? Water can be broken into what molecules? What is the chemical formula for glucose? Where does carbon dioxide enter a plant? What stage is the majority of ATP produced during cellular respiration? What stage is water produced during cellular respiration? What does oxygen do during the electron transport chain? What are the products of photosynthesis? What are the reactants? What are the products of cellular respiration? What are the reactants? What is the formula for photosynthesis? Cellular respiration? Where do the following take place: a. Glycolysis b. Krebs Cycle c. Electron Transport Chain. Define the following a. ATP b. Autotroph c. Chemoautotroph d. Chlorophyll e. Chloroplast f. Photoautotroph g. Pyruvate
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Super Hero Genetics

Super Hero Genetics

Students will create their own super hero using genetics! They will flip coins to determine the genotype and phenotype of their super hero. Teacher page with objectives, Next Generation Science Standards, pre and post activity questions, and much more included!
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Genetics: DNA Structure Slide Show

Genetics: DNA Structure Slide Show

You will receive a PPT and PDF copy of this slide show. This 14 slide PPT covers DNA discovery ~Rosalind Franklin’s X-ray image ~Watson and Crick’s DNA description DNA structure ~Double helix ~Nucleotides ~~Backbone ~~~Deoxyribose and phosphate group ~~Nitrogenous bases ~~~Adenine ~~~Thymine ~~~Cytosine ~~~Guanine ~Space-filling model
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One week of Scientific Method Bellringers Warm Ups with Answer Key FREE!

One week of Scientific Method Bellringers Warm Ups with Answer Key FREE!

One week of Scientific Method Bellringers FREE! Answer Key Included! Other bellringers available: Four weeks of the Scientific Method HERE Five weeks of the Cell HERE Four weeks of Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration HERE Three weeks of General Ecology HERE Four weeks of Biomes HERE You will receive 5 days of bellringers/warm ups Topics covered: Word of the Week: Hypothesis Read and Respond: Scientific Theory Compare and Contrast: Qualitative and Quantitative Problem Solving: Classifying Objects Anything Goes: Aristotle
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Scientific Method Word Wall Vocabulary Cards FREE!

Scientific Method Word Wall Vocabulary Cards FREE!

You will receive 22 vocabulary cards with definitions covering terms about the scientific method, the steps of the scientific method printable, handout, and exit tickets. You will receive a PDF copy but if you need the PPT version for editing purposes please let me know. You can use the cards in multiple ways, including: placing them on a word wall and use them as a vocabulary review game as a whole class or as a group. I am able to customize vocabulary cards for any topic. Please let me know if you are looking for something specific.
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