There are many different lines of evidence supporting evolution, and exploring these different kinds of evidence can provide your students with a more well-rounded understanding of it. Explore these types of evidence with your students and clear up any misconceptions they may have.
This activity comes from a very well-made worksheet from James Dauray.
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Get a close hands-on look at an ecosystem in the palm of your hands. Explore the predator-prey relationships with owl pellets and give your students a memorable learning experience!
This article will include everything you need to prepare and carry out a successful owl pellet dissection lab.
Grades: 3-5, 6-8
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Want to introduce your students to the impact that an environment can have on natural selection? The story of the peppered moth during Industrial-era London provides a great example of the interaction between environmental changes and the selection of traits within that environment.
This simulation will explore the environmental impact on selected traits within a changing environment, and the ways that changing environments can alter a phenotype within a population.
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