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Ecology Bundle

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This bundle includes everything you need to teach ecology to a high school biology class. Lessons include:

  1. Levels of Organization Worksheet: This simple worksheet has students draw out the different levels of ecological organization.
  2. Levels of Organization Card Sort: Sort the different levels of ecological organization.
  3. Biotic and Abiotic Factors Powerpoint: 18 slide editable powerpoint, along with a note taking sheet and card sorting activity.
  4. Biotic and Abiotic Factors Article: 2 page article discussing examples of how biotic and abiotic factors impact organisms. 2 lexile versions included.
  5. Biomes and Biodiversity Powerpoint: 25 slide editable powerpoint presentation.
  6. Biome Climatograms: 2 page worksheet for students to analyze climatograms.
  7. Biome Travel Brochure: Simple guide with rubric to create a travel brochure.
  8. Biomes Interactive Diagram: Browser based clickable diagram with Google form self-grading quiz.
  9. Producers, Consumer, and Decomposers Powerpoint: 11 slide editable powerpoint with student foldable and card sorting activity.
  10. Food Chains, Webs, and Pyramids Powerpoint: 18 slide editable powerpoint presentation.
  11. Comparing Ecological Pyramids: 3 page worksheet to review the types of ecological pyramids.
  12. Create Your Own Food Chain and Web: Students will use organism cards to create their own food chain and web. Both printable and digital versions included.
  13. Skull Lab: In this activity students will analyze animal skulls and make inferences about how they live.
  14. Owl Pellet Lab: Worksheet for both a virtual owl pellet dissection and a printable in-person dissection.
  15. Trophic Level Simulation: Simulation to help students understand energy pyramids and why there are fewer consumers than producers within ecosystems.
  16. Population Growth Lesson: 20 slide editable powerpoint presentation.
  17. Population Growth Interactive Diagram: Browser based clickable diagram with Google form self-grading quiz.
  18. Population Growth Lab: In this lab students see how quickly a 'virus' can spread. You will need small cups or vials (one per student), KOH, Phenolphthalein, water, and goggles.
  19. Gases in the Atmosphere: This worksheet reinforces the relationship between photosynthesis, respiration, and the carbon cycle.
  20. Keystone Species and Trophic Cascades: 16 slide editable powerpoint presentation with writing prompts.
  21. Community Interactions and Symbiosis: 20 slide editable powerpoint presentation.
  22. Symbiotic Speed Dating: In this activity, students will play the role of a desert organism and go on speed dates with other organisms. The will determine the nature of their relationship in symbiotic terms.
  23. Community Relationships interactive Diagram: Browser based clickable diagram with Google form self-grading quiz.
  24. Symbiosis Flip Book: Flip book for interactive notebooks.
  25. Invasive Species Obituary Project: In this activity students will create an obituary for an unwanted invasive species.
  26. Ecological Succession Powerpoint: 18 slide powerpoint presentation and card sorting activity.
  27. Ecological Succession Timeline: Students will be given 1 of 4 scenarios and create a cartoon timeline showing ecological succession.
  28. Biogeochemical Cycles Powerpoint: 23 slide editable powerpoint with student note taking pages.
  29. Biogeochemical Cycles Worksheets: 5 review worksheets
  30. Biogeochemical Cycles Interactive Diagram: Browser based clickable diagram with Google form self-grading quiz.
  31. Carbon Cycle Game: Take a ride through the carbon cycle with these cubes! Students will learn where most carbon is found within the cycle.
  32. Nitrogen Cycle Game: Take a ride through the nitrogen cycle with these cubes! Students will learn where most nitrogen is found within the cycle.
  33. Water Cycle Game: Take a ride through the water cycle with these cubes! Students will learn where most water is found within the cycle.
  34. Carbon Cycle Lab: Students will learn the relationship between photosynthesis and respiration within an ecosystem. You will need vials, bromothymol blue, aquatic plants, tin foil, and a light source.
  35. Carbon Footprint Activity: 21 slide powerpoint presentation on the carbon cycle and carbon footprints, along with webquest activities where students analyze their carbon footprint.
  36. Ecology Writing Prompts: 10 prompts to increase science literacy.
  37. Ecology Bingo: A fun way to review vocabulary terms!
  38. Ecology Snakes and Ladders: Play snakes and ladders while reviewing ecology concepts.
  39. Ecology Tarsia Puzzle: A fun way to review vocabulary terms! Both print and digital versions included.
  40. Ecology Exit Tickets
  41. Ecology Digital Choice Board: Let students take charge of how they are assessed with this 9 option digital choice board. Both Google and powerpoint versions included.
  42. Ecology Unit Test: 40 question editable test bank
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