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Compelling multimedia lessons to get teens excited about poetry. Click HERE for a four-week print-and-teach unit designed for high school and advanced middle school students.

Compelling multimedia lessons to get teens excited about poetry. Four-week print-and-teach unit designed for high school and advanced middle school students.

16 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM FOLDABLES! Print in color or black and white (for coloring) and allow your students to have fun while they learn. Folables cover: structures, functions, secretions, mechanical vs chemical digestion and nutrients.

Print in color or black and white (for coloring) and allow your students to have fun while they learn. Folables cover: structures, functions, secretions, mechanical vs chemical digestion and nutrients.

Print ready worksheet picture of the organs and accessory structures of the digestive system.   The site I actually wanted to pin has TONS of links on it, science and otherwise - go to http://www.internet4classrooms.com/science_elem_general.htm for these.

Print ready worksheet picture of the organs and accessory structures of the digestive system. The site I actually wanted to pin has TONS of links on it, science and otherwise - go to www.

The Bread In A Bag Digestive System Demonstration. Your students will see what digestion looks like and will never forget - plus they get all grossed out. It's a great activity to do if your studying digestion.

The Bread In A Bag Digestive System Demonstration. Your students will see what digestion looks like and will never forget - plus they get all grossed out. It's a great activity to do if you're studying digestion or the human body!

Assessment for Learning. Spread cups on table and have students race to correctly order, smallest to biggest. Great visual way to show levels of organization. This would also work for DKPCOFGS, sorting individual body systems parts, even the sequence of mitosis and meiosis, students could make their own sets and doodle diagrams on the cups.

Assessment for Learning. Spread cups on table and have students race to correctly order, smallest to biggest. Great visual way to show levels of organization. This would also work for DKPCOFGS, sorting individual body systems parts, even the sequence of m