A genetics simulation activity using a simple four color code (like A, T, C, and G) arranged to give instructions for students to draw a beetle. No two beetles are ever identical. Ever. Students use the four colors to model the math formula for determining possible combinations. They leave the room talking about math! (Yes, really.) Best genetics lesson I ever taught - for more than twenty years in a row.
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Cellular Biology: Organelles, Structure and Function covers the basics of biology on a cellular level, specialized in text for emergent readers. This book includes "sound it out" sections containing phonics for the names of the organelles inside the cell. Young readers will learn what each organelle looks like and how it functions in the cell. Questions are posed throughou...more
Foldables Fun! A huge packet of foldable templates, directions for use, examples. 42 page packet includes 20 different foldable templates, including: Windowed Wheel, Triorama, Flower Foldables, Shutters, Flap Foldables, Layered Booklet, Accordions, Mini Books Envelope, and More! There are hundreds of ways to use foldables in the classroom. These interactive graphic organizers are perfect for note-taking, book reports, fact study, vocabulary, sequencing, project display, etc. Love this!