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Biosphere Project

Welcome to my middle school Biosphere Project! I designed this project with an ecology and interconnectedness focus, but I’ve had ideas of adding in some sociology and government facets.

Take a look at the work some of my 7th graders submitted this year!

I allowed some of my students, with permission, to make their biospheres in a digital format. I’ve never seen this program before, but these boys did a great job! They even included an art gallery that features exhibits from the former Earth.

These boys were really creative with their research center and neighborhood!

This group of boys really made me laugh by creating their biosphere ON THE SUN!!!

A great Neptune biosphere by this group of girls.

These girls made the cutest mini domes featuring all their biomes and farming regions.

Another great one featuring a very detailed human area, with a pet dog!

These girls invented their own planet and made it fully unicorn themed! I love their enchanted forest and their farm domes!

Another great one. These girls included a hub in the middle to represent the machinery keeping their biosphere going.

Wonderful job by this team of girls! Their biosphere even has a clear dome skylight with a working fan! I love their human area!

This biosphere has such great detail! I loved this little robot work station!

This group even included a generator! I love the creativity!

Here’s a few links that’ll get you started if you’re interested in doing this project with your own students! 

  1. Start with a free introductory reading about Biosphere 2 in Phoenix available here. 
  2. Check out the project packet here! 

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