If you are looking for great VISUAL REINFORCEMENT materials for your classroom, try this great bundle of posters and infographics about LIVING BEINGS AND ECOSYSTEMS.
These printable infographics and posters can be used as classroom posters and they enable students to visualize and remember key ideas about the characteristics of living beings, structures and functions of animals and plants, as well as their life cycle.
• Life cycle
• Cellular organization in living multicellular beings
• life in the ecosystems
• alteration of ecosystems
• animals and plants adaptations to different types ecosystems
• basic structure of plants and the parts of the plant cell
• plant reproduction
Living Beings Infographics and Poster Bundle contains:
• Poster: Life Cycle – A downloadable infographic that illustrates the differences and similarities of the life cycle of different living creatures
• Poster: Structure of Living Beings – A diagram reflecting the levels of cellular organization in living multicellular beings
• Poster: Relationships Among Species – A downloadable diagram explaining the main relationships between animals in an ecosystem
• Poster: Adaptations of Living Beings – A downloadable diagram showing animals and plants with biological adaptations to different types of land and aquatic ecosystems
• Poster: Structure and Functions of Plants – A printable infographic showing the basic structure of plants and the parts of the plant cell
• Poster: Natural Services - A poster about the services provided by the earth’s healthy ecosystems
• Poster: Plant Reproduction – An infographic which demonstrates the reproduction of plants with seeds and flowers
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This Learning Unit explains the Water Cycle through the endless journey of water around the planet. It makes students understand that water is always traveling and transforming itself, makes them aware of the fact that only a very small part of the planet’s water is safe to drink and makes them understand that the water they drink today is the same that a dinosaur once drank.
The related activities stimulate the student’s manual, cognitive and creative skills and favor learning through reasoning and experimentation, that directly involves the student in the acquisition of new knowledge.