Do you need a new/better routine for your classroom?
Are you looking for a way to review and reinforce the volume of biology information you must cover?
Looking for quality warm up activities or homework assignments?
I use warm ups or bell ringers every single day as a method of getting my students settled, on task, and ready to learn. These activities are short, and take only a few minutes to complete. Once students are used to the routine, they will enter the classroom and get right to work. I like that the first few minutes of class are spent "getting down to business."
If students are required to keep them in a notebook, they have a perfect study guide for the unit test and semester exams.
This is the 7th set of warm up activities posted to my TpT store. (Check out the blog archive in the right side bar to see previous articles.) This set covers "Viruses and Bacteria." The set of 23 student pages covers all the topics found in a typical first year biology textbook.
The student pages are printed landscape style. The pages look best if printed in color, but also look great if printed in black/white. Each activity is one-half page in size. Two identical warm-ups are printed per page in order to conserve paper. Simply print the pages and cut them in half.
All teacher pages are set up in this style. The student activity is on the left, and the answers are on the right side of the page. Print these pages for your teacher notebook.
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You can download a FREE sampler pack from my store. The pack includes 1-2 warm ups from each of my warm up sets..
Previous sets include: