Biology Doodle Diagrams Bundle

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These illustrated guided notes are filled with helpful illustrations and places for students to doodle as they learn about biology!

These notes can be organized into packets for students so that they have a set for each week or unit. I found in my own classroom that having “packets” of notes was the most helpful thing I could do to really help my students learn.

These note pages were designed with an interactive class discussion in mind. I recommend that teachers have their own doodle diagram page projected on the white board, and they can fill it in with their students, using some sort of projector like an ELMO projector. Students benefit a lot from seeing what the teacher would write down from the discussion.

This bundle is a growing bundle. So far, there are 50+ doodle diagram sets and I will be publishing on average 1 or 2 a week this year. By March 15, 2018, all in this set will be completed. The month that I plan on finishing each unit is listed below next to the unit name. There will be over 60 sets (sets contain 1-4 student pages) in total when it is finished. Buyers will get all updates and new ones for free!

I'm also going back and updating the first sets to include Fill-in-the-Blank Student Pages, to give teachers more options to help ELL students. Also, I'm adding in Google Slides-compatible versions. When these are added, I will be raising the price to reflect the new value.

Units included:

Unit 1: Introduction to Life and the Scientific Method

1. Characteristics of Life (2 student pages - FREE sample – check it out here, now includes fill-in-blank version.)

2. Organization of Life (2 student pages, now includes Fill in the blank)

3. Classification of Life (2 student pages, now includes Fill in the blank)

4. International System of Units and Metric Conversions (2 student pages, now includes Fill in the blank)

5. Measurement Tools and Lab Equipment (2 student pages)

6. Scientific Method and Experiment Design (2 student pages)

(Bonus Lab Safety just added! Now includes fill-in-blank version.)

Unit 2: Biochemistry

1. Chemistry for Bio (2 student pages)

2. Properties of Water (2 student pages)

3. Organic Molecules and Functional Groups (2 student pages)

4. Carbohydrates (2 student pages)

5. Lipids (2 student pages)

6. Proteins (3 student pages)

7. Nucleic Acids (3 student pages)

8. Viruses and Prions (2 student pages)

Unit 3: Cells and Organelles

1. Introduction to Bacteria (3 pages, Will include a page on the Human Microbiome!)

2. Double Membraned Organelles: Nucleus, Chloroplast, and Mitochondria (3 pages)

3. Endomembrane System (2 pages)

4. Animal vs Plant Cells (2 pages)

5. The Cell Membrane (2 pages)

Unit 4: Cell Transport

1. Diffusion (2 student pages)

2. Osmosis (2 student pages)

3. Facilitated Diffusion (2 student pages)

4. Active Transport (2 student pages)

5. Endocytosis/Exocytosis (2 student pages)

Unit 5: Cell Energetics

1. Organisms and Energy (Autotrophs and Heterotrophs) (2 student pages)

2. Enzymes and Enzyme Regulation (2 student pages)

3. ATP, Electron Transport, and ATP Synthase (3 student pages)

4. Photosynthesis and Respiration Overviews (2 student pages)

5. Glycolysis (3 student pages)

6. Krebs/Citric Acid Cycle (3 student pages - option with and without oxygen shown)

7. Oxidative Phosphorylation (2 student pages)

8. Fermentation (free sample!)

9. Light Dependent Reactions (4 student pages)

10. Calvin Cycle, Leaf Structure, and Photorespiration (4 student pages)

Unit 6: Cell Division

1. Chromosomes and Chromosome Structure (3 student pages)

2. Binary Fission and the Cell Cycles for Animals and Plants (5 student pages)

3. Ploidy, Karyotypes, and Chromosomal Abnormalities (4 student pages)

4. Meiosis (3 student pages)

5. Genetic Diversity: Independent Assortment, Crossing Over, and Nondisjunction (3 student pages)

6. Gametes and Fertilization: Spermatogenesis, Oogenesis, and Fertilization (3 student pages)

7. Mitotic Extensions: Early Embryonic Development, Stem Cells and Differentiation, Cell Cycle Checkpoints, and Cancer (4 student pages)

Unit 7: Cell’s Genetic Information Flow

1. History of DNA Discoveries (4 student pages)

2. DNA Replication (3 student pages)

3. Transcription and mRNA Processing (3 student pages)

4. Translation (3 student pages)

5. Mutations (3 student pages)

Unit 8: Genetics

1. Alleles (1 student page)

2. Introduction to Mendel (Important note: this only deals with the Law of Segregation and Law of Dominance; the Law of Independent Assortment will be covered in the Dihybrid set) (3 student pages)

3. Introduction to Punnett Squares (3 student pages)

4. Incomplete and Codominance (3 student pages)

5. X-Linked Inheritance (2 student pages)

6. Sex Determination in Humans and other Organisms (2 student pages)

7. Lethal Alleles (sample freebie!)

8. Dihybrid Crosses and Linked/Unlinked Genes (3 student pages)

9. Pedigrees (3 student pages)

10. Polygenic Inheritance/Epistasis (3 student pages)


Unit 9: Evolution (Finished by February 10)

1. Population Genetics and Fitness (3 student pages)

2. Mechanisms of Evolutionary Change Chart (1 student page, Freebie)

3. Genetic Drift and Nonrandom Mating (3 student pages)

4. Mutation, Gene Flow, and Natural Selection (3 student pages)

5. Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium (4 student pages)

6. Lamarck, Darwin, and Evidence Chart (3 student pages)

7. Selection Types, Antibiotic Resistance, and Sexual Selection (3 student pages)

8. Adaptation and Comparative Anatomy (3 student pages)

9. Comparative Genomics (3 student pages)

10. Fossil Record and Geologic Time (3 student pages)

11. Biogeography and Supercontinents (2 student pages)

12. Speciation (3 student pages)


Unit 10: Ecology

1. Food Chains, Food Webs, and Ecological Pyramids (3 student pages)

2. Habitats, Niches, and Carrying Capacity (4 student pages)

3. Community Relationships: Predation, Mutualism, and Mimicry (3 student pages)

4. Community Relationships: Commensalism, Parasitism, and Competition (3 student pages)

5. Biomes (2 student pages, free)

6. Water Cycle and Human Impact on the Water Cycle (2 student pages)

7. Nitrogen Cycle and Human Impact on the Nitrogen Cycle (2 student pages)

8. Carbon Cycle and Human Impact on the Carbon Cycle (2 student pages)

9. Succession and Human Impact on Ecosystems (3 student pages)


Unit 11: Biotechnology

1. Gel Electrophoresis (2 student pages)

2. PCR (3 student pages)

3. Restriction Enzymes, DNA Fingerprinting, and Paternity Testing (3 student pages)

4. Sequencing, Human Genome Project, and Cloning (3 student pages)

5. Genetic Engineering & Applications, Gene Therapy, and CRISPR Gene Editing (4 student pages)

6. Pipetting Technique (1 student page)


For those of you interested in human body systems and other topics in biology, I may create a different set of those in the future, but those will be sold separately. Stay tuned!

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All PDFs are non-editable, as many images in them are copyrighted and used under a license I purchased. Thank you for understanding.

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