Carbohydrates are an important macromolecule – these Google Slides activities will take your students through everything they need to know about this biological molecule.
Your students will complete a variety of engaging tasks like building a polymer, completing key sentences about carbohydrates, researching and explaining the structures of polysaccharides and more! Clear clipart is used to illustrate the different kinds of carbohydrates and sugars so that students feel confident in their understanding.
Answer slides are included and you’ll get a self-grading Google Forms Quiz, so there’s no extra work for you!
- Elements in carbohydrates
- Function of carbohydrates
- Root words (useful for a whole unit on macromolecules)
- Monomers and polymers
- Polysaccharides – linking structure to function
- Dehydration synthesis and hydrolysis reactions
- Carbohydrates in food
My Carbohydrates Google Slides Activities and Quiz includes
- Student Google Slides Activities: 17 slides of engaging activities, including:
- a root words table
- building a polymer
- completing sentences of key info
- comparing monosaccharides
- researching disaccharides
- plus more!
- Answer Slides: animated for going through with the whole class, or you can set them on Google Classroom for students to check and correct their own work
- Google Forms Quiz: a self-grading 10 point quiz to let you easily check student progress.
- Teacher Guidance: how to assign and use this resource
How do I use the Google Slides and Quiz?
- After checkout, you can immediately download your resource
- Then you’ll click the links in the PDF to make copies for your own Google Drive
- Next, simply assign the slides and quiz to your students on Google Classroom
Would you love some Doodle Notes to go with this lesson? You can get them for just $2 extra in my Carbohydrates Bundle.
Please note: You will need a Google Classroom set up for your students and each student will need their own device and an internet connection to access the Google Slides and Quiz. Most clipart and questions are secured and cannot be edited. The answers can be edited. There is a link to a YouTube video (not necessary for the activities but a nice introduction) – please check YouTube is not restricted in your school.
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