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Create a new creature based on the adaptations of existing creatures from the same biome.

Students will determine which type of natural disaster is *not like the others.*

Sure, students might know the difference between a producer and a consumerâ€¦ but have they considered how they feel about each other? What, in a producer's opinion, are the pros and cons of a consumer?

Your students will create a *new* flower, designed to attract a specific pollinator.

Want to move beyond memorizing the characteristics of biomes? In this lesson, students work through a Tournament of Biomes, explaining which biome wins in each round (based on criteria you choose). In the end, they crown a ðŸ‘‘ Champion Biome!

The Nile, the Tigris, the Euphrates, the Seine, the Thames, and now... your river!

What would an igneous rock *be like?* Would it get along with a sedimentary rock? Could they handle the *hot* personality of a metamorphic rock?

Students will determine which creature of the tundra is *not like the others.*

Which animal has the most interesting, most valuable, or strangest adaptations?

Students will be working with examples and non-examples to arrive at the topic of living vs non-living things.

Students will be working with examples and non-examples to arrive at the topic of invertebrates vs vertebrates.

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

Students will determine which type of penguin is *not like the others.*

Which resource is *more* renewable? And which is easier to find?

Who will win in a tournament of eight plants with *Interesting* adaptations!?

Students will be working with examples and non-examples to deduce the topic of nocturnal vs diurnal animals.

Eight types of precipitation battle it out in this tournament.

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

Students will be working with examples and non-examples to deduce the topic of archipelagos.

Who will win the tournament of Natural Disasters!?

Which of these types of volcanoes is not like the others?

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

Which of these rocks is *not like the others?*

Students will determine which snake of the rainforest is *not like the others.*

Which of these four birds is not like the others?

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

Students will determine which type of ant is *not like the others.*

Which of these rainforests is not like the others?

Which of these deserts is not like the others?

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

Students will be working with examples and non-examples to deduce the topic of Reptiles vs Amphibians.

Students will determine which flower is *not like the others.*

Students will be working with examples and non-examples to deduce the topic of Saltwater vs Freshwater Organisms.

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

Students will determine which desert bird is *not like the others.*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

Students will be working with examples and non-examples to deduce the topic of Deciduous vs Coniferous.

Students will be working with examples and non-examples to deduce the topic of Arctic vs Antarctic.

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

Students will determine which cephalopod is *not like the others.*

A mysterious image. Slowly reveal it. Let your students *wonder!*

Students will determine which river is *not like the others.*