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Introducing … Aquatic Animals
Observing Freshwater Snails Observe, draw, and describe
Adding the snail to the same home as the water plants. Notice they are coexisting.
Observe a male guppy
Observe a female guppy
Observing guppies … Observe, draw, and describe a male and a female guppy.
Comparing the snail and the guppy… What do they both do? How are they different?
Introducing … Woodland Animals
A woodland environment … A mushroom has appeared from nowhere!
Woodland Animals Pill bugs arrive in a container with paper toweling.
Observing pill bugs … on a thin layer of moist soil,with one green leaf or piece of lettuce in a cup. Cover cup.
Observing a pill bug …
Observing pill bug … with a hand lens and a partner
Gently touch the pill bug. See what happens when the children touch the pill bug.
Observe pill bug on paper plate with hand lens.
Add a piece of lettuce to the soil in order to draw the pill bug out.
Draw and write about pill bugs.
Observe, draw, and describe land animals: the pill bug
Add pill bug to … woodland environment
Woodland Animals: millipedes
Millipedes arrive … in a large container with moist, moss-like filling
Remove millipede … wearing plastic gloves (provided).
Put millipede on paper plate while wearing plastic gloves.
Put fresh mushroom in front of millipede. Observe
Touch millipede while wearing plastic gloves. Observe, discuss with partner.
Observe millipede with mushroom.
Observe millipede on lettuce
Handle millipede gently while wearing plastic glove.
Record length of millipede … compare it to the width of your hand.
Generate descriptive words for the millipede
Observe, draw, and describe … land animal: millipede
Add millipede to woodland environment… also add - a piece of lettuce and a mushroom
Observe millipede in woodland environment … Discuss how it coexists with pill bug and plants.
Planting Our Seeds Step 1: I would like to find out …
Living Organisms. What we Know About Organisms What are some living organisms? How are they alike and different?
Bean seed germination. 1. Observe 2 beans that are dry. 1Draw them true size. 2 Measure the mass, length and width. Record general observations about.
1 1. Share observations made about the frog and the crab (Optional- Venn Diagram) 2. Discuss “What we want to know …” (What have we learned and what questions.
Stomata Lab WARNING: Do Not leave the pipette in the little cup, it will tip over!!
Introduce Our Kit and Science groups What’s in our kit? Complete anticipation guide Assign groups and jobs Complete KWL (K and W only) Introduce Vocabulary.
Example: Using a hand lens to examine the color and texture of four different rocks.
Comparing Animal and Plant Cell Microscope Lab. Lab Procedures Procedures for observing plant cells Onion cells and elodea leaf cells 1. Obtain a small.
Ecosystem Review. 1. What are the non-living parts of a woodland ecosystem? 1.Snakes, lizards, toad 2.Air, water, light 3.Crickets, isopods, earthworms.
Simply Green Place seeds in jar to soak Add 11/2 cup of sunflower seeds to a wide-mouth jar Add 2 Tbs of alfalfa or other sprouts to a different.
Lab Zone Guided Inquiry Investigate: How can you show that mold needs food?
Purpose The reason for doing the procedure The purpose of this experiment is to examine the effects of soaking beans in water for 24hrs.
1 Question: What will the crab need in its habitat to survive? Hypothesis: Use the Animal Background sheet to predict what the crab needs. Fiddler.
Focus Question: What happens when compost worms interact with organic litter? Investigation 1 Part 3 developed by Caryn Dingman July
Caring for Goldfish Part 2. Daily Objective Fish have basic needs. Fish change their environment. Fish behavior is influenced by conditions in the environment.
AMSTI Animals. Hand lens Dwarf African Frogs For class Rinse gravel Plastic cup for scooping gravel Holding pail for elodea Holding pail.
How to Plant Lima Beans. Materials Needed Large Spoon Clear Plastic Cup Potting Soil Lima Bean Water.
EXTRA CREDIT!!! MAKE YOUR OWN FLASH CARDS BASED UPON WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED ABOUT CELLS animal vs. plant cells cell structures & functions Minimum of 12.
Good Morning I will check your planners this morning. I will need your “All About Me” poster. In addition any papers you haven’t turned into me with s,
Chapter 2 Cell As A Basic Unit Of Life What Is The Basic Unit Of All Living Things? Cell is the basic unit of life Click the arrow to view the cell anatomy.
10/7/2015 EMI1P2 Earth Materials Part 2 Taking Rocks Apart.
Chemical Changes and Physical Changes Objective: The student will identify evidence of chemical changes through color, gas formation, solid formation,
SCIENCE 10 Pond Water Lab. During the Lab… Obtain pond water sample from side of class Try to get water from sides or near bottom Use a small drop Keep.
Why Do Leaves Change Color? Extracting Pigments From Chloroplasts.
Direct Inquiry Direct Inquiry Explore How can you make fresh water from salt water?
Chapter 7 Osmosis lab. Materials red onion forceps metric ruler Scissors paper towel iodine solution microscope slide coverslip dissecting probe microscope.
What is the dirt on soil?. Soil, is made from rocks that break apart or wear away over many years. This is referred to as weathering. It may take 100.
PLANT GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT By: Lori Mitchell. To Know a Plant, Grow a Plant Plant a seed In the mind and with the hand Use the five senses To engage and.
Title How does litter effect plant growth?. Description Our project is just growing plants with different types of every day litter in our plants like.
list and describe the characteristics that all organisms share. differentiate the concepts of living, nonliving, dead and dormant. make and record.
PEBBLES, SAND, AND SILT. Pebbles, Sand, and Silt BACKGROUND Observing rocks and beginning to sort them into groups are the initial steps for students.
Investigation 1 Paper Towel Absorption. For this investigation we were provided with different types of paper towel, plastic plates and some water and.
1 Oil spills By: Nick Rivera 1. 2 Big question What will be the best sorbent to absorb oil??? I am doing this research to find a better way to clean up.
Measurement, Matter, Mixtures and Density Presented by MikeBaldwin.
Cheek to Cheek Lab Animal Cells Making a Wet Mount Slide 1.Use dropper to place a drop of water on center of slide. 2.Take a toothpick and carefully.
Introduction to Microbiology. Where do Microorganisms come from? EVERYWHERE!!!! They are all around us, in this lab we will examine various microorganisms.
WaterWater Investigation 1 Part 1: Looking at Water.
Earth and Space Science- Rocks, Minerals, and Erosion.
Welcome Back! Open your binder to your table of contents. Have a SHARPENED pencil in your hand. Get ready to LEARN!
Three Types of Tectonic Plate Boundaries Divergent : two tectonic plates move apart. Convergent : two tectonic plates push together. Transform:
Measurement Lab Name Date CLASS!!. New Vocabulary Volume - Amount of space a 3-D object takes up. ( b x h x w = volume) Mass - The amount of weight something.
Lab Zone Activity: What happens when uneven forces act on an object? Activity: What happens when uneven forces act on an object?
Observing the States of Matter: Solid, Liquid, and Gas Inquiry Lesson: Reference pages in the “Chemistry Matters” AIMS book.
Date Lesson 3: Planting the Seeds. Inside of Planter Quad.
Plants and Life Cycles. Unit Launch Video Plants and Life Cycles.
1 Question: What will the frog need in its habitat to survive? Hypothesis: Use the Animal Background sheet to predict what the frog needs. Dwarf African.
Mushroom Spore Prints p Mushrooms belong to a group of living things called fungi. Fungi reproduce using spores. A spore is a specialized cell.
The Important Thing About Animals Adapted from and Inspired by Margaret Wise Brown’s Important Book.
Plant vs. alcohol. What happens if a human drinks rubbing alcohol? They get sick They get drunk (in some cases) They die.
Transformation of Energy During Digestion Lab Investigation: Purpose: To find our what type of energy is released during digestion Hypothesis: I think.
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