This group activity analyzes common views about science.
In this activity, students explore incidents of homology in nature and analyze similarities and differences in body structures of animals.
Are We Related? Lesson plan (.PDF)
Are We Related? Student worksheet (.PDF)
Birds and T-rex: Evidence (.PDF)
Sharks and Rays: Evidence (.PDF)
Whales and Wolves: Evidence (.PDF)
Lobsters and Insects: Evidence
Explore genetic drift, allele frequency, and Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium in this hands-on activity.
Hardy-Weinberg Bean Activity (.DOC)
This hands-on, group activity shows how a biologically diverse ecosystem protects all members from disease and pests. Includes follow-up discussion questions for the class.
In this activity, students read several articles on specific ages of the Earth and the mass extinction events which concluded them. The articles discuss the time period, types of life present, and the causes and consequences of the mass extinction event. Students then identify important information and answer questions.
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Activity on solar system planets about density, distance, temperature, etc.