Science Article #51 - Science of the Flu Shot / Vaccines (Google Slides & PDFs)
In this article, students will read about viruses, the types of viruses that cause the flu, how the immune system detects and remembers viruses, how vaccines like the flu shot work and how the flu shot vaccine is manufactured. This is a great in class activity, homework assignment, weekly science reading assignment, sub plan or in school suspension plan. Use this to save time looking for engaging and appropriate articles with questions!
Best Netflix Documentaries on Sustainability to Watch in 2021 and Beyond
Get inspired and seek to change with this complete list of Netflix documentaries on sustainability. Which one will you watch first?
Cells Escape Room Digital Distance Learning Breakout
This Cell digital breakout, escape room, unlock the box activity is intended to reinforce students' understanding of cell parts, their functions and cell theory. Students will be challenged to use their critical and logical thinking skills along with their knowledge of both plant and animal cells du...
Assessment for Learning. Spread cups on table and have students race to correctly order, smallest to biggest. Great visual way to show levels of organization. This would also work for DKPCOFGS, sorting individual body systems parts, even the sequence of m
Carbon Cycle Lab- Photosynthesis and Respiration
This lab is one of my top sellers in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. It is easy to set up and doesn't require a lot of materials. However, I frequently get questions about the lab so I'm hoping this...
Easy Enzyme Experiment: Potato Catalase
Catalase enzyme formed the bubbles in the two tubes on the right. The tubes contain extracts from beef muscle, kidney, and liver from ...
My Carbon Compounds poster shows the four different carbon compounds: Carbs, Proteins, Lipids (Fats), and Nucleic Acids. I wrote a short description of each and had illustrations of where they could be found in your body. Carbon compounds are important in my life because they make up everything and especially because they make up me.
22 Responses To Buzzfeed's 22 Messages From Creationists On Evolution And The Origin Of Life
Buzzfeed published 22 questions and statements from Creationists; here's some responses from a science reporter.
Genetics Image Contest In Ashleigh Spalding’s fun “Human Karyotype,” she had her fellow students from Drury University lay out on the ground to represent both the number and the shape of the 23 chromosomes. Read more: And Winners Are… Source: 23 and Me Blog
DNA: Codon Bingo
Have your students fill in a blank Bingo card with amino acids - there aren't enough amino acids to fill a regular 5x5 card, so allow studen...