Gas Laws Bundle: Three graphic organizer foldables for INB

Gas Laws Bundle: Three graphic organizer foldables for INB

There are three foldables in this bundle all cetered around gas laws. The first two cover temperature and prssure conversions with practice problems. The third is over six gas laws. Temperature Conversion Brochure: The temperature conversion foldable works great for learning about temperature, thermodynamic units, gas laws and anywhere students need to convert between temperature units. The units covered are Celsius, Kelvin and Fahrenheit. The brochure has places where students record notes, fill out a formula conversion table and has practice temperature conversion problems. The teacher key is detailed. This brochure can easily be glued into composition notebooks, spiral notebooks or placed into a folder. Gas Pressure Conversion Foldable: This brochure foldable is an excellent math foundation lesson going into gas laws. Students will look at diagrams depicting different gas pressures, learn about Dalton's Partial Pressure Law and how to solve for total pressure. Inside students will learn to convert gas pressure units; Atm, Psi, Torr, mmHg, Pa and kPa with 14 practice problems. A detailed teacher key is included with examples of how the equation should be set up. Gas Laws Fold-out Foldable: The Gas Laws foldable starts with an overview of gas law specific vocabulary, a look at the relationships between gas pressure, temperature, volume and gas particles. There is a section for various gas constants based on pressure units. The inside of the foldable goes over the gas formulas for Boyle's Law, Charles Law, Gay-Lussac Law, Comined Gas Law, Avogadro's Law and Ideal Gas Law. Each gas law has an example problem that you can work with your students. The teacher's key is detailed with the steps on how to solve each problem including the temperature conversions to Kelvins. You can also purchase the resources separately.
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Electromagnetic Bundle: Power point, 2 foldables, Visible light worksheet with speed of light

Electromagnetic Bundle: Power point, 2 foldables, Visible light worksheet with speed of light

Electromagnetic Spectrum and Energy Power Point The power point covers the electromagnetic spectrum, light, photons, waves and their characteristics. the relationship between frequency, wavelength, and the speed of light are introduced with the formula for speed of light. Calculating the energy of the electromagnetic waves is also covered with introduction to Planck's constant and the energy formula derived using the constant. How we see light is presented along with slides for each type of electromagnetic ray and how they can affect human health. I also have a slide on cosmic rays since they have the most energy of all electromagnetic rays. Electromagnetic Spectrum Graphic Organizer (with energy and light formulas) The fold-out foldable covers the electromagnetic spectrum, light, photons, waves and their characteristics. The relationship between frequency, wavelength, and the speed of light are introduced with the formula for speed of light. Calculating the energy of the electromagnetic waves is also covered with introduction to Planck's constant and the energy formula derived using the constant. Electromagnetic Spectrum: Eight Types of Waves 1 pg Foldable This one page foldable has eight flaps for a description of radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, x-rays, gamma and cosmic rays. There are illustrations, instructions and a key included. Visible Light Spectrum: Speed of Light, Planck's Constant, Energy of Light In this worksheet students will use a visible light spectrum chart to calculate the wavelength of different colors of light. Then using the light equation and speed of light the students will figure out the frequency for each color. In the next step, students will use the frequency and Planck's constant in order to calculate the energy each color of light carries. Students will also need to color the spectrum. I have mine work out their calculations on a separate sheet of notebook paper and turn it in attached to their charts. I have included an answer sheet so you can see what the final should look like. For my younger students I give them the color wavelengths. For my physics students I have them use the chart and figure the wavelengths out on their own. I use this in both Chemistry and Physics.
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Cell Cycle, Mitosis & Meiosis Big Bundle: 2 ppt and 2 graphic organizers

Cell Cycle, Mitosis & Meiosis Big Bundle: 2 ppt and 2 graphic organizers

This is a big bundle with two power points and two graphic organizer foldables plus a free comparison venn diagram covering cell cycle, mitosis and meiosis. Cell Cycle and Mitosis Power Point and Foldable: The power point covers cell cycle, G0, G1, S, G2, and mitosis. There are slides for chromosomes, how mitosis is the driving force behind growth, development, regeneration and asexual reproduction. The power point also presents cancer and other diseases causes by disrupted cell cycles. The foldable covers cell cycle, G0, G1, S, G2, and mitosis in both animal and plant cells. There are note taking areas for how mitosis is the driving force behind growth, development, regeneration and asexual reproduction. The foldable also covers tumors both benign and malignant (cancer). Meiosis Power Point and Foldable: This power point and graphic organizer fold out foldable can be taught together. Students will have a short review of mitosis and cover vocabulary specific to meiosis. Next the students go over crossing over using terms such as sister chromatids, homologous chromosomes, synapsis, tetrad, chiasmata. If you teach AP Biology it is great for review. The detailed meiotic steps also discuss what is happening with the quantity of genetic material and each phase of meiosis is detailed. The FREE Venn diagram allows students to collect their thoughts on the similarities and differences between mitosis and meiosis.
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Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Bundle: PPT, Foldable for INB, Word Wall Sheets

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Bundle: PPT, Foldable for INB, Word Wall Sheets

Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are the two of the most vital biological chemical reactions which sustain life. In this presentation, the importance and steps of each process are carefully outlined with guided diagrams for increased student understanding. Students will also see how the process connect with ecological pyramids. Anaerobic processes of lactic acid fermentation and alcohol fermentation are included. Teacher-led PowerPoint presentation with differentiated guided note foldables for students to fill out during the lesson. Foldables are designed for interactive notebooks to easily fit into composition notebooks or spiral ring notebooks. One side is dedicated to photosynthesis while the other is dedicated to cellular respiration. Basic vocabulary terms and the steps of the chemical reaction including anaerobic processes are included. 17 Word wall coloring sheets to reinforce photosynthesis and cellular respiration terms and processes. Each sheet has space for students to write the definition, examples, nonexamples and a sentence using the word.
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Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Word Wall Coloring Sheets (17 pages)

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Word Wall Coloring Sheets (17 pages)

Coloring pages have recently become a huge hit all over the world. In my new series of word wall coloring pages, you can bring the excitement of coloring into your middle school and high school science classrooms. This set includes the words: Photosynthesis, Cellular respiration, autotroph, heterotroph, chloroplast, mitochondria, ATP, glucose, glycolysis, oxygen, carbon dioxide, light independent, light dependent, Krebs cycle, light energy, chemical energy, and water. Word Walls are an instructional tool used primarily in the elementary classroom. While teaching in Texas my administrators decided they wanted secondary teachers to use the tool as well. It was a great success on many levels. Students took time learning about their word and creating a design for it. I always displayed all the words and the students took great pride in seeing their work displayed. The students also enjoyed looking at each other’s work. I noticed over time that my students would frequently look at the wall while we working. Especially during pop quizzes or bell work. The word wall truly helped my students to remember their vocabulary words and seeing them displayed all the time in class made it easier for them to refresh their memory when necessary. Each word wall poster has a word wall art graphic that students can color. There is a designated box to write the scientific definitions, synonyms or examples, antonyms or nonexamples and space to write a sentence using the word. I developed word wall coloring pages for my students who struggled with what to draw and write when working on word walls. I always offer a blank template for my self-motivated artists, but the coloring pages allowed my students who struggle with a means for creating a beautiful piece of word wall art as well. My favorite way to use word walls includes after a test, to introduce new vocabulary in a relaxing format, sub work or as extra credit. They are also a fun way to revisit words students’ struggle with. Please feel free to tag me on Instagram (@MizzzFostersClass) to show off your students’ work.
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Symbiosis Word Wall Coloring Sheets (6 pages)

Symbiosis Word Wall Coloring Sheets (6 pages)

Coloring pages have recently become a huge hit all over the world. In my new series of word wall coloring pages, you can bring the excitement of coloring into your middle school and high school science classrooms. This set includes the words: symbiosis, endosymbiosis, mutualism, commensalism, predation, and parasitism. Word Walls are an instructional tool used primarily in the elementary classroom. While teaching in Texas my administrators decided they wanted secondary teachers to use the tool as well. It was a great success on many levels. Students took time learning about their word and creating a design for it. I always displayed all the words and the students took great pride in seeing their work displayed. The students also enjoyed looking at each other’s work. I noticed over time that my students would frequently look at the wall while we working. Especially during pop quizzes or bell work. The word wall truly helped my students to remember their vocabulary words and seeing them displayed all the time in class made it easier for them to refresh their memory when necessary. Each word wall poster has a word wall art graphic that students can color. There is a designated box to write the scientific definitions, synonyms or examples, antonyms or nonexamples and space to write a sentence using the word. I developed word wall coloring pages for my students who struggled with what to draw and write when working on word walls. I always offer a blank template for my self-motivated artists, but the coloring pages allowed my students who struggle with a means for creating a beautiful piece of word wall art as well. My favorite way to use word walls includes after a test, to introduce new vocabulary in a relaxing format, sub work or as extra credit. They are also a fun way to revisit words student’s struggle with. In your file, you will receive the word wall word/words you purchased plus the blank template. Please feel free to tag me on Instagram (@MizzzFostersClass) to show off your students’ work.
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Biomes & Ecosystem Power point, Graphic Organizer for INB, and Word Wall Coloring Sheets

Biomes & Ecosystem Power point, Graphic Organizer for INB, and Word Wall Coloring Sheets

The Biomes & Ecosystem Power point, Graphic Organizer, and Word Wall Coloring Sheets Bundle has tons of information and with the Word wall coloring sheets for reinforcements. The Biomes & Ecosystems Power Point is packed with information starting with foundation vocabulary such as biotic, abiotic, climate, microclimate, and precipitation. Next, all five biomes are introduced. AS each one is presented, the ecosystems which fall under the biome is also discussed with identifying characteristics. I have also included a presentation on the cave ecosystem. The Biomes & Ecosystem power point and foldable are designed to be taught together. You can review the power point slides while having your students fill in the notes followed by a brief class discussion. The Biomes & Ecosystems Fold-out Foldable is a great way to present the characteristics and vocabulary of the variety of living systems on earth and then place into interactive notebooks. The foldable begins with an overview of basic biome and ecosystem vocabulary such as biodiversity, carrying capacity, ecological niche, and microclimate. The centers of the foldables have dedicated spaces for notes on the five biomes including the ecosystems found within the biomes.There is also a section specifically for cave ecosystems. For your special needs students, students with visual impairments, or handwriting difficulties I have included a modified fill in the blank version. There are two sets of teacher’s notes, one in red ink and the other in black ink. If you have students with an IEP which requires them to have a copy of teacher notes, the black ink notes come in handy. They are also good for students who have lost their glasses or were absent. Coloring pages have recently become a huge hit all over the world. In my new series of word wall coloring pages, you can bring the excitement of coloring into your middle school and high school science classrooms.This set includes the words: biome, forest, tundra, desert, grassland, and aquatic. You will find using a word wall will truly help your students to remember their vocabulary words and seeing them displayed all the time in class makes it easier for them to refresh their memory when necessary.
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Biome Word Wall Coloring Sheets (6 pages)

Biome Word Wall Coloring Sheets (6 pages)

Coloring pages have recently become a huge hit all over the world. In my new series of word wall coloring pages you can bring the excitement of coloring into your middle school and high school science classrooms. This set includes the words: CHNOPS, Biomolecules, Monomer, polymer, dehydration synthesis, hydrolysis, nonpolar, polar, carbohydrates, glucose, lipids, fatty acids, proteins, amino acids, nucleotides, nucleic acids and a blank sheet. Word Walls are an instructional tool used primarily in elementary classroom. While teaching in Texas my administrators decided they wanted secondary teachers to use the tool as well. It was a great success on many levels. Students took time learning about their word and creating a design for it. I always displayed all the words and the students took great pride in seeing their work displayed. The students also enjoyed looking at each other’s work. I noticed over time that my students would frequently look at the wall while we working. Especially during pop quizzes or bell work. The word wall truly helped my students to remember their vocabulary words and seeing them displayed all the time in class made it easier for them to refresh their memory when necessary. Each word wall poster has a word wall art graphic that students can color. There is a designated box to write the scientific definitions, synonyms or examples, antonyms or nonexamples and space to write a sentence using the word. I developed word wall coloring pages for my students who struggled with what to draw and write when working on word walls. I always offer a blank template for my self-motivated artists, but the coloring pages allowed my students who struggle with a means for creating a beautiful piece of word wall art as well. My favorite way to use word walls include after a test, to introduce new vocabulary in a relaxing format, sub work or as extra credit. They are also a fun way to revisit words students’ struggle with. Please feel free to tag me on Instagram (@MizzzFostersClass) to show off your students’ work.
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Homeostasis Worksheets and Answer Key

Homeostasis Worksheets and Answer Key

Homeostasis worksheets with answer key go over negative and positive feedback. Examples such as blood sugar, body temperature, stress, labor & delivery and blood clotting are covered.
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Prokaryote: Bacteria Worksheets and Answer Key

Prokaryote: Bacteria Worksheets and Answer Key

These prokaryotic bacteria worksheets cover Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, bacteria shapes, structures, cluster type gram staining, reproduction, pasteurization, sterilization, and antibiotic resistance. There are also examples of specific bacteria. Pathogenic and beneficial bacteria are covered. You can also purchase a power point to accompany the worksheets separately.
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Dichotomous Key: Thanksgiving

Dichotomous Key: Thanksgiving

A whimsical dichotomous key for Thanksgiving. There are not many things we can do with themes in secondary science classes but this fun dichotomous key just may do the trick. There are 22 traditional Thanksgiving organisms / foods the students need to match to their scientific names. After the dichotomous key portion you can have the students research the scientific name in order to find the common names. Tell them to beware some of the common names are used more than once. The dichotomous key with two different answer sheet forms and key. There is a student sheet and extension suggestions. I usually use this as a cooperative lesson with my students paired up so they can work the dichotomous key together. This activity can be used in its power point format to upload to a classroom website and have the students use laptops or iPads to go through the pictures with their dichotomous key and answer sheet in hand. Displaying the pictures of organisms in a power point allows for students to see more details without the loss of clarity that happens so often with photocopied dichotomous keys. As an instructor you may choose to use the power point for whole class instruction and work through the dichotomous key with all your students participating. This works well with smaller classes, tutoring sessions or as an enrichment activity for the gifted population. If you do not have a class website or technology for you students you can still use this dichotomous key successfully. The slides can be printed out as task cards. I have placed little centers around the room and had the students move from center to center classifying the organisms. I like this activity because it keeps my hyper students in constant motion. Laminating the cards will give you years of use. An additional option is to simply print a few slides per page. If you are using color copies you would only need a few sets and have the students work cooperatively. The students do not really need to write on anything except for the answer sheet. This activity has quite a few different ways it can be implemented into your classroom I hope you find a method that will work best for your class. Please come back to leave feedback for your TpT credit and remember to follow me for free monthly gifts. Great lesson for after state testing or when the kids get antsy before a holiday break!
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Genetics: Punnett Squares, Mendel, Non-Mendelian Power Point

Genetics: Punnett Squares, Mendel, Non-Mendelian Power Point

This Genetic Punnett Squares Bundle has a thorough Power point covering; complete dominance, incomplete dominance, codominance, sex-linked traits (both X and Y), Blood typing, monohybrid, dihybrid, pedigrees and epistasis. The examples are real examples and includes slides over human genetics to help clear up misconceptions on how physical traits are inherited.
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