Step on it! A life-sized food web (free printables!)
Dissection models for life science and biology - fetal pig, grass frog, sheep or cow eye, earthworm, and more! Read to find out why they're perfect for your classroom!
Middle School Life Science Activities: Extract DNA from Spinach!
It's finally here!! The Complete Life Science Interactive Notebook that covers an ENTIRE YEAR and is aligned to the NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS! You and your students are going to love it - it's just AWESOME!
FREE SCIENCE RESOURCE: A quick reference guide for students covering the basic concepts in middle school life science. I like to print a class set in color and then laminate them for my students to use throughout the school year. I have also given the students a copy of this reference sheet to keep in their science notebooks/journals.
Fun with Dichotomous Keys-- jelly beans, monsters, and beads
Life in Middle School: Animal Classification Foldable
We made edible animal cell models in science today! I told them they couldn't eat anything until they went home and told their parents about cells and their organelles!
Plant Adaptations Anchor Chart from The Pensive Sloth for 5th Grade STAAR Life Science
This is a great food chain anchor chart, that could easily be simplified for lower elementary.