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Cell biology is taught in almost every biology course and covers topics such as cell processes, organelles, and cell functions. there are lots of ways to make cell biology more engaging. This board contains resources, vocabulary, lesson plans, videos, and teaching strategies to help you teach biology to kids.

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Students so often get confused, but it really can help to clear up misconceptions when they see the two processes next to each other, and compare them.

How to Clarify Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration: A Free Foldable

Students so often get confused, but it really can help to clear up misconceptions when they see the two processes next to each other, and compare them.

Ecological succession is a simple topic but for some reason students have a difficult time sometimes with the finer points or remembering the vocabulary. Here is how I used the 5 E''s to teach it

How to Use the 5E's for Comprehension of Ecological Succession

Ecological succession is a simple topic but for some reason students have a difficult time sometimes with the finer points or remembering the vocabulary. Here is how I used the 5 E''s to teach it

Quickly and easily assess student understanding, close a lesson, or get students settled and engaged at the start of class. Save time. This READY TO USE SET of 188 prompts IN TASK CARD, SLIDE, AND GOOGLE FORM FORMAT can be used as warm ups, bell ringers, exit tickets or any other way you would use formative assessment to assess student knowledge of biology topics.

Biology Warm Ups, Bell Ringers, or Exit Tickets: Year-Long Digital Bundle

Quickly and easily assess student understanding, close a lesson, or get students settled and engaged at the start of class. Save time. This READY TO USE SET of 188 prompts IN TASK CARD, SLIDE, AND GOOGLE FORM FORMAT can be used as warm ups, bell ringers, exit tickets or any other way you would use formative assessment to assess student knowledge of biology topics.

Quickly and easily assess student understanding, close a lesson, or get students settled and engaged at the start of class. Save time. This READY TO USE SET of 188 prompts IN TASK CARD, SLIDE, AND GOOGLE FORM FORMAT can be used as warm ups, bell ringers, exit tickets or any other way you would use formative assessment to assess student knowledge of biology topics.

Biology Warm Ups, Bell Ringers, or Exit Tickets: Year-Long Digital Bundle

Quickly and easily assess student understanding, close a lesson, or get students settled and engaged at the start of class. Save time. This READY TO USE SET of 188 prompts IN TASK CARD, SLIDE, AND GOOGLE FORM FORMAT can be used as warm ups, bell ringers, exit tickets or any other way you would use formative assessment to assess student knowledge of biology topics.

Here is freebie for you.  I don't know if anyone else is enjoying a snow day, but I'm using it to get a few things done (one is getting this photosynthesis and cellular respiration resource polished up and posted).

How to Clarify Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration: A Free Foldable

Here is freebie for you. I don't know if anyone else is enjoying a snow day, but I'm using it to get a few things done (one is getting this photosynthesis and cellular respiration resource polished up and posted).

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Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Digital Sort

How to Clarify Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration: A Free Foldable

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Digital Sort

This is a great DIFFERENTIATED way to ensure that students learn the names, functions, and visual recognition of each organelle, while making that lesson less dry, and more engaging. They can be up and moving, and stay active. This is an alternative to giving notes, which can be difficult for students to maintain focus and retain information. Students can work more quickly through those organelles which they already know, and spend more time or ask questions where they individually need to.

Cell Organelle Gallery Walk Activity

This is a great DIFFERENTIATED way to ensure that students learn the names, functions, and visual recognition of each organelle, while making that lesson less dry, and more engaging. They can be up and moving, and stay active. This is an alternative to giving notes, which can be difficult for students to maintain focus and retain information. Students can work more quickly through those organelles which they already know, and spend more time or ask questions where they individually need to.

Do your students struggle to keep straight the difference terms, products, reactants, and diagrams related to photosynthesis or cellular respiration? This is a QUICK AND EASY, READY TO USE activity. Students will need to determine whether each term is related to photosynthesis, cellular respiration, or both. This foldable is a quick way to compare and contrast the two processes. Students, get a chance to draw, color, and be creative. EASY TO FOLLOW DIRECTIONS, BUT IN-DEPTH CONTENT.

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Foldable Notes

Do your students struggle to keep straight the difference terms, products, reactants, and diagrams related to photosynthesis or cellular respiration? This is a QUICK AND EASY, READY TO USE activity. Students will need to determine whether each term is related to photosynthesis, cellular respiration, or both. This foldable is a quick way to compare and contrast the two processes. Students, get a chance to draw, color, and be creative. EASY TO FOLLOW DIRECTIONS, BUT IN-DEPTH CONTENT.

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Check out this blog post for a great free graphic organizer to help you teach about skeletal and muscular systems!

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Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Digital Sort

How to Clarify Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration: A Free Foldable

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Digital Sort

This is a great DIFFERENTIATED way to ensure that students learn the names, functions, and visual recognition of each organelle, while making that lesson less dry, and more engaging. They can be up and moving, and stay active. This is an alternative to giving notes, which can be difficult for students to maintain focus and retain information. Students can work more quickly through those organelles which they already know, and spend more time or ask questions where they individually need to.

Cell Organelle Activity: Gallery Walk

This is a great DIFFERENTIATED way to ensure that students learn the names, functions, and visual recognition of each organelle, while making that lesson less dry, and more engaging. They can be up and moving, and stay active. This is an alternative to giving notes, which can be difficult for students to maintain focus and retain information. Students can work more quickly through those organelles which they already know, and spend more time or ask questions where they individually need to.

25 page review packet, with answer key to prepare for the Living Environment Regents. Topics include: scientific inquiry, classification of living things, microscope, cells, macromolecules, enzymes, cell membrane, photosynthesis and respiration, nucleic acids, mitosis and meiosis, genes and heredity, modern genetics, evolution, human body systems, reproduction, homeostasis, ecology, human impact on the environment and NYS labs.

Living Environment Regents Review (New York State Biology)

25 page review packet, with answer key to prepare for the Living Environment Regents. Topics include: scientific inquiry, classification of living things, microscope, cells, macromolecules, enzymes, cell membrane, photosynthesis and respiration, nucleic acids, mitosis and meiosis, genes and heredity, modern genetics, evolution, human body systems, reproduction, homeostasis, ecology, human impact on the environment and NYS labs.

25 page review packet, with answer key to prepare for the Living Environment Regents. Topics include: scientific inquiry, classification of living things, microscope, cells, macromolecules, enzymes, cell membrane, photosynthesis and respiration, nucleic acids, mitosis and meiosis, genes and heredity, modern genetics, evolution, human body systems, reproduction, homeostasis, ecology, human impact on the environment and NYS labs.

Living Environment Regents Review (New York State Biology)

25 page review packet, with answer key to prepare for the Living Environment Regents. Topics include: scientific inquiry, classification of living things, microscope, cells, macromolecules, enzymes, cell membrane, photosynthesis and respiration, nucleic acids, mitosis and meiosis, genes and heredity, modern genetics, evolution, human body systems, reproduction, homeostasis, ecology, human impact on the environment and NYS labs.