Helping Kids with Asthma Succeed
Understanding this common breathing challenge can be a boon for suffering students.
Regents High School Examination: Biology 2006
Twenty-six pages of biology questions, mostly in multiple-choice form, are included in the all-encompassing New York State Regents exam. It assesses every topic typically covered in a high-school biology course. Create your own answer...
Food Allergies: Grades 9-12
Imagine life without PB&J's! For some, it isn't a question of want but a question of life and death. High schoolers investigate food allergies and develop presentations that inform others about symptoms of allergic reactions...
Food Allergies: Grades 6-8
Over two lessons, scholars use articles and discussions to define what a food allergy is and identify the most common food allergens. Small groups prepare a skit showcasing how the body exhibits an allergic reaction. Learners examine...
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More Than Just Dust Bunnies
Teenagers will never complain about cleaning their rooms after this activity. In the first lesson of a four-part series, budding scientists collect samples of dust, chalk, and other particulates from various areas of the classroom. They...
Food Allergies: Grades 3-5
In a creative writing and health assignment, your pupils will write a letter on behalf of an immune system to apologize for causing a food allergy, while also identifying what food allergies are and what types of foods can cause them.
Fuss About Dust
Dust is everywhere around us; it's unavoidable. But what exactly is dust and are certain locations dustier than others? These are the questions learners try to answer in an interesting scientific investigation. Working independently or...
Defense mechanisms, the lymphatic system, antibodies, and allergy are all topics addressed in this immunity worksheet. Although designed as a chapter review for a specific text, it can be used as a unit review for any class in which you...
The Immune System
Activate the immune system in the brains of your biologists! This worksheet calls upon learners to explain the structure, function, and problems associated with the immune system. This worksheet is helpful for the advanced placement...
Allergy: A Modern Epidemic
In this allergies worksheet, 7th graders 6 paragraphs about the topic, then answer 12 questions about the passage, complete a table with verbs and nouns from the text, work on 12 sentences and discuss 4 questions with a partner (glossary...
Food Allergies: Grades K-2
Students explore different types of food allergies. In this food allergy lesson, students look at what foods people with peanut, seafood, milk, egg, soy or wheat allergies have to avoid. They create a button for a student with an allergy...
Science: It's a Nutty World!
Fourth graders conduct Internet research to explore various peanut-related topics. Among topics they investigate are: agriculture, scientific uses, and the research of George Washington Carver. As a technology component, 4th graders...
Asthma and Allergies
Students show the symptoms of asthma, diabetes and common allergies. Students discuss ways of managing asthma, diabetes and allergies. Students devise ways of helping children to cope with these.
Allergies V. Viruses
Students examine how viruses and allergens affect the body. In this viruses lesson students create flow charts and examine the differences in how colds are diagnosed.
Is Your Home Bugging You?
Young scholars look into the world-wide rise in allergy rates. In this personal health lesson plan, students research and discuss possible reasons for the spike in allergies.
In this allergies worksheet, students answer multiple choice questions about allergies. Students complete 3 multiple choice questions about allergies.
Diagnosing Allergies Through Data Collection
Students research and organize information about allergies. In this data collection lesson, students watch a video about allergies. Students create a histogram using the information collected. Students complete the 'Displaying Survey...
In this chronic diseases activity, students read and identify with a chronic disease called asthma. They discover how a person deals with a chronic disease and explain if they can still participate in most activities. Students also...
In this noncommunicable diseases worksheet, students determine which diseases are not caused by pathogens and where a tumor is located. Then they describe a chronic disease that has a faulty immune system. Students also identify what...
Students use the Internet to research allergies. They discover different companies which are involved in helping Americans relieve their allergy symptoms. They finally discover the different types of allergy causing agents.