Use Google slides to label structures of the ear in this drag and drop activity. Diagram includes the tympanum, ossicles, cochlea, and other organs.
In this activity, students learn about the ear by exploring google slides and going to an interactive site that explores how the ear works. Students use a simulation called “The Interactive Ear” which guides them though the outer, middle, and inner ear while explaining what each structure does. Students click through the virtual ear to…
This activity is a good starter for genetics units. Students are often fascinated by traits that are visible. Lively discussions of human genetics will often include students asking tons of questions about what they view as “oddities.” Though, many of those traits would be difficult to establish as strictly genetics, it provides a good…