Infographic: Ecology: The Study of the Place We Live

Ecology is a non-linear science and it can be difficult for students to visualize the interactions. Use this infographic to start conversations in your class about the relationships of ecology.

Three simple ways for science teachers to assess the level of understanding their students have of the levels of organization in the environment. Examples of living and nonliving parts of the environment can be classified by asking a series of questions.

STEM: Ecological Organization Formative Assessments

This will help the students sort and categorize the different levels of environment; this is important when we discuss specific levels.

The Aquatic Eco System Infographic - not sourced, but well-made

71 % of world’s surface is covered by water. The aquatic ecosystem can be classified as Marine ecosystem, Coral Reef ecosystem and Fresh Water eco

Just a few sobering facts about what we dispose of in our environment. #recycle #biodegrade

Do you know how long it takes for everyday items to decompose? Tons of litter ends up in our landfills each year and this can be easily avoided by recycling. Have a look at this at infographic by Life Hacks on how long everyday items take to decompose.

The Glass Slipper

The Glass Slipper

the trees would guide us as they have guided you to me. We believe that the trees are our friends, our protectors." --The Creaking Tree (Marquette)

Great illustration/visual to show students the importance of trees

Anchor chart science breathing-Connecting with intake of oxygen using trees and lungs as comparisons.

Illuminating the ecology, ecologia, medio ambiente

upcycled light bulb vases can be made from your old bulbs while replacing them with new eco lights.

this is another anti smoking campaign trying to motivate people to stop smoking by comparing your lungs to trees by what they look like in spring and winter. it is a smart way of getting the point across as words is not needed as you can tell that the right side is what your lungs look like smoking and the left is what they look like when you don't smoke

Opposites Posters

this is a great imagine that compares a healthy tree to a dead tree, just like your lungs. stop smoking! help your lungs 🚭

Ecology, ecosystems, interactions, food webs, energy pyramid, biomes, cycles in nature, and more for science interactive notebooks!

Ecosystems and Ecology Interactive Notebook

Ecology, ecosystems, interactions, food webs, energy pyramid, biomes, cycles in nature, and more for science interactive notebooks!

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