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Graphs are mathematical models. They are a very useful way of describing relationships. Graphs are especially useful when describing the motion of the objects, that is, any moving object changes is position with respect to time.

Graphs are mathematical models. They are a very useful way of describing relationships. Graphs are especially useful when describing the motion of the objects, that is, any moving object changes is position with respect to time.

Learning about force and motion has just become more fun with this set of task cards, activities, and even a force and motion game! $

Force and Motion Science Task Cards and more

Learning about force and motion has just become more fun with this set of task cards, activities, and even a force and motion game! $

Force and Motion Foldable with KEY by Science Doodles

Force and Motion Foldable with KEY by Science Doodles

Before purchasing you might consider that this foldable is also included in the Force and Motion whole unit BUNDLE with 3 foldables, lab, warm-up, 32 task cards, demo sheet and more for

Ecology: Humans and the Environment PowerPoint and Notes

Ecology: Humans and the Environment PowerPoint and Notes

What is the ecological impact that humans have upon our fragile environment? This PowerPoint lesson is designed to teach students about the human behaviors that have consequences for our planet, such as the burning of fossil fuels, overfishing, the clear

Biology Lab:  Kinetics of Cell Division.  Review and reinforce the stages of mitosis.

Mitosis Kinetics Of Cell Division Lab

Biology Lab: Kinetics of Cell Division. Review and reinforce the stages of mitosis.

Ecology Lab:  The Wild Bean Population - A Simulation of Populations.  Population biologists have developed several methods for sampling a population. In this lab, you will use the sampling technique known as the "mark and recapture method" to estimate the size of a population of wild beans! Students will compare their estimation of the population size obtained from lab data to the actual population size and calculate a percent error.

Ecology Lab: The Wild Bean Population - Estimating Population Size

Ecology Lab: The Wild Bean Population - A Simulation of Populations. Population biologists have developed several methods for sampling a population. In this lab, you will use the sampling technique known as the "mark and recapture method" to estimate the size of a population of wild beans! Students will compare their estimation of the population size obtained from lab data to the actual population size and calculate a percent error.

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