Review = woo hoo!


Woo Hoo !

Work as a team.

One member faces away from the screen.

Teammates must get the person not looking at the screen to say the word projected on the screen.

Clues may not use sound alike word, root words, or ryhmes.

One the word is correctly identified…those giving the clues clap once and raise their hands.

Once the correct answer has been given and reviewed by the class, teammates rotate positions.


Simplest level of life organization.

A single individual.

A single member of a species.

What populations are made of.


Starts with the symbol for Carbon…an element always found in life.

Mnemonic to remember the four most common elements of life.


Not of life Rocks, water, temperature, chair, shelter

Hydrogen & Oxygen

What are the two most common elements in the Hydrosphere?


Fewer resources when smaller.

More resources when bigger.

Where and organism lives.

The place having the resources supporting life .


Of life!

Lizards, Bacteria, Frogs, Zebra, Swan, Fungi, Dog Living Alive Can grow, reproduce, respond, & use energy.


Two or more substances that are NOT chemically bonded.

Two or more elements that are only physically combined.

Life organization from smallest to largest


Solid portion of Earth.

Rigid uppermost mantle and crust.

Oxygen in 5 most common compounds…so oxygen most common element.

Oxygen & Silicon two most common elements.


Can’t be broken down into a simpler substance.

Made of exactly the same type of atom.

About 10 or so are commonly found in the four spheres of Earth.

Shown on the periodic table.

Represented by a symbol having only ONE capital letter.

Oxygen & Silicon

Two most common elements in Earth’s Lithosphere


H 2 O Water portion of Earth.


Earth All biotic and abiotic matter on Earth.

Largest level of life organization.

Includes the Lithosphere, Hydrosphere, Atmosphere.



An area with both biotic and abiotic components.

Can be big or as small as a drop of pond water.

First level of life organization to include abiotic factors.


All biotic matter in an area.

All the populations in an area.

Biotic components only.


Two or more elements CHEMCIALLY BONDED Represented by a formula with two or more CAPTLAL letters.


An organisms role or job in an ecosystem.

What an organism does.


Collection of members of the same species in an area.

Same exact type of organism in an area.