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Classroom Resources W.K. Kellogg Biological Station


found in: science; preK-2; 3-5; 6-8; 9-12

Classroom Resources (W.K. Kellogg Biological Station)  is a collection of K-12 science lessons. Search or browse. Order by grade level, time, keyword, or activity type.

Rainy Day Habitat Lesson  In an experiment in which earthworms choose between two environments, students (K-5) discover which they prefer. Lists standards and suggests modifications and extensions.

Microscopic Life In Water Students (4-6) examine water from different sources to discover microscopic life. They draw pictures of any life they find and compare organisms in different sources.

BEST Plots ~ Using Student-Collected Data In The Classroom  With a game and four activities, Students (4-12) use real data gathered from BEST (BioEnergy SusTainability) plots to draw graphs, interpret data patterns, make predictions, and support claims with evidence. Links to lesson, PPT, and data are provided. Michigan standards are listed.

Why Do Species Cooperate? A Card-Based Simulation Of The Ant-Acacia Mutualism  Students (6-12) work in pairs to explore mutualism, the cooperation or non cooperation between ants and acacia trees in environments with and without elephants. Links to lesson, PPT, and four sets of playing cards are provided. Standards are listed.

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