7th Grade Life Science


Life Introduction

Animals and Scientfic Inquiry


Genetics And Evolution






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Textbooks and Workbooks

Bernstein, Leonard, M. Schachter, A. Winkler, and S. Wolfe (1998). Concepts and Challenges In Life Science, Revised 3rd ed. Globe Fearon, Upper Saddle River, NJ.

Daniel, Lucy, E.Ortlec, and A.Briggs (1997). Life Science. Glencoe/McGraw-Hil, Columbus, OH.

Frank, Marjorie, and Imogene Forte (1997). The Basic/Not Boring Science Skills: Life Science. Incentive Publications, Nashville, TN.

Viresenga, Daryl (1990). Life Science Activities to Extend and Enhance Science and Biology Studies. Mcgraw-Hill Childern's Publishing, Grand Rapids, MI.

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Unit Outline Page

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Some of the images on this site coutesy of Greennature.com

Bacteria image courtesy of http://www.redvoltaire.net

DNA clipart courtesy of http://www.chemsoc.org

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Evolution picture courtesy of http://evolution.berkeley.edu

Monarch Unit

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Cell Unit

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Plant and Animals Cell courtasy of physicalgeography.net

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