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High school biology

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Resources for Anatomy, Environmental or Biology Classes. Curriculum, lessons, labs, power points, doodle notes, activities, case studies, digital and traditional lessons. Full year or individual units. Hands on. High School Science. 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th.

Resources for Anatomy, Environmental or Biology Classes. Curriculum, lessons, labs, power points, doodle notes, activities, case studies, digital and traditional lessons. Full year or individual units. Hands on. High School Science. 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th.

Teach your students about traits being passed down from parents to their offspring (or basic genetics) with this fun, life science demonstration using jelly beans! Grab a freebie to get started and engage your students!

Teach your students about traits being passed down from parents to their offspring (or basic genetics) with this fun, life science demonstration using jelly beans! Grab a freebie to get started and engage your students!

As teachers, it can be challenging to determine the best order in which to teach our curriculum. This back to school season, I decided to share my scope and sequence for biology and why I think it is the best for using in the biology classroom!

Back in the day when I taught at a public school, I didn’t even think twice about my scope and sequence. This was all provided for me and standardized across

Interactive Websites to help teach Biology - six simple, focused, FREE online science interactive websites that can help your students learn and review biology concepts.

Interactive Websites to help teach Biology - six simple, focused, FREE online science interactive websites that can help your students learn and review biology concepts.

Homeschooling parents are always looking for interesting science experiments that are easy and inexpensive.  Although these can be easy to find for grade school students, they can be harder to find at the high school level.  Thankfully, even high school biology labs can use everyday items from your kitchen.  No expensive kits required.

Homeschooling parents are always looking for interesting science experiments that are easy and inexpensive. Although these can be easy to find for grade school students, they can be harder to find at the high school level. Thankfully, even high school biology labs can use everyday items from your kitchen. No expensive kits required.

A fun lab that combines punnett squares, pedigrees, and blood typing!

Description In this experiment, students will use punnett squares to identify which members of a family are able to donate blood to each other. (Prior to this lab, students should understand how pedigrees are set up and how blood types are passed down from parent to offspring using punnett squares). Genetics can be fun to teach, but hard to find easy and inexpensive labs. This lab is easy to set up, uses inexpensive materials, and gives fool-proof results! Materials needed: Test tubes or…

Using exhibition stations to teach body systems. Digestive system stations for middle school or high school biology or anatomy. #DigestiveSystemActivities #Classroom #AnatomyLessons #DigestiveSystemMiddleSchool #DigestiveSystemHighSchool

Using exhibition stations to teach body systems. Digestive system stations for middle school or high school biology or anatomy. #DigestiveSystemActivities #Classroom #AnatomyLessons #DigestiveSystemMiddleSchool #DigestiveSystemHighSchool