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.
Wondering how to teach mitosis and keep the kids engaged? This is a growing list of fun ways to teach mitosis. mitosis. A mitosis worksheet for middle school and/or high school are only the beginning. This list of fun mitosis activities includes games, escape rooms, labs, art, and more. Just what you've been looking for to make your mitosis lesson plan complete. Don't get overwhelmed with microscopes - not needed for any of these activities.
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!
Engage your students and demonstrate how different mechanisms of Micro-evolution affect a gene pool is to use this M&Ms Evolution Lab.:test_tube::woman_teacher: It allows students to actively learn about the concepts of micro-evolution in a memorable way (by eating them at the end of the activity).:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: Download the lesson here. #highschool #teacher #science
As teachers, we are always looking for tips to improve our practice in our classrooms. For high school science teachers, it can be hard to take the time to pause and be reflective on what we are doing and what we could improve. So here are 5 ideas for sec
Ah, fall. Beautiful weather, fun festivals, football...and the beginning of "sick season." It's the perfect time of year to teach middle and high school students about germs through some cool bacteria science experiments! I've harped to my son for years about the importance of hand-washing to prevent illness. Now that he has actually seen bacteria