Students will create a biome in a bag. Activity includes detailed instruction, links to NOVA videos, links to web interactive exercises, and assessment.
Lesson Plan contains, background, introduction, materials, student handout, rubric, and student project handout, " Students will work together in committees to discover one Earthâs biomes. As a committee, the students will focus their research on the climate, typical flora and fauna, as well as the world distribution of their biome.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Terrestrial Biomes.
Covers plants endemic to Antarctica, their relationship to fossilized penguin guano, and the effects of climate change on them. Illustrates the importance of bottom up forces in establishing ecosystems.
Covers artificial selection and domestication of animals by looking at conservation efforts to revive populations of the only truly wild, as opposed to feral, horse population remaining.
Looks at ostriches as a vehicle to study birds, their adaptations, and evolution.
Covers reptiles and their adaptations and lifestyles. Seeks to have students to consider how different organisms confront environmental challenges.
Power Point presentation on the various terrestrial biomes.
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Terrestrial Biomes.