This is a print and digital resource that uses Google Slides. There are 6 interactive activities related to the the theory of evolution and natural selection. These activities are perfect for a Life Science or middle school biology class with no prep! These can be used as online stations, an activity for early finishers, interactive science notebooks, homework or for review in the classroom. Perfect for online learning!
Students will practice vocabulary skills, make real-world connections, research independently, understand visual representations and review concepts.
The activities include either drag and drop or short answer text. Watch the preview video to get a better idea of how each slide works.
The slides and print version are not editable. An answer key is included in the PDF as well as the Google Slides link.
⭐ Vocabulary (Artificial selection, natural selection, variation, homologous structures, adaptation, evolution, analogous structures, embryology)
⭐ Charles Darwin reading passage with questions.
⭐ Fossil evidence
⭐ Characteristics of Eukarya, Bacteria and Archaea
⭐ Finch beak variations. Identifying variation, adaptation.
⭐ Selection, overpopulation, adaptation, variation definition and examples
⭐ Multiple choice review