Sexual and Asexual Reproduction ACTIVITIES BUNDLE


Designed to SUPPLEMENT and add FUN to an existing unit!

Grades 7 and Up

This sexual and asexual reproduction activities bundle has engaging activities for sexual and asexual reproduction in both plants and animals.


  1. Asexual Reproduction: “That’s SO Weird” Article & Questions
  2. Sexual & Asexual Reproduction: Life Cycle of Coral Activity
  3. Reproduction in Animals Activity: Build a Baby from Egg & Sperm (2 OPTIONS)
  4. Sexual Reproduction in Plants Activity: Design a Flower
  5. Reproduction in Plants: Claims and Evidence Activity
  6. Asexual Reproduction: Informational Text with Analysis


Asexual Reproduction “That’s SO Weird” Article & Questions: (Includes Google option) In this activity, students will:

  • READ a 2-page reading about some of the wackier types of asexual reproduction, including parthenogenesis and organisms that switch between sexual and asexual reproduction.
  • ANSWER 13 follow-up reading comprehension questions about the article and asexual reproduction.

Sexual & Asexual Reproduction Life Cycle of Coral Activity: In this activity, students will:

  • READ a brief article about the life cycle of coral, which includes both sexual and asexual phases.
  • CUT OUT pictures of the stages of the life cycle and, based on the info in the article, glue the pictures on a flow chart.
  • ANSWER 12 text-dependent follow-up questions highlighting sexual versus asexual processes.

Sexual Reproduction Activity – Build a Baby from Egg & Sperm: USE ONE OF TWO INCLUDED OPTIONS to assign – humans or koalas! In this activity, students will:

  • Read background information about sexual reproduction, including the terms gameteszygotefertilizationspermegg, and homologous chromosomes.
  • Obtain an egg and a sperm graphic. (We do this activity in pairs, so one student gets the male gamete and the other gets a female gamete.)
  • Cut out the chromosomes and match the homologous pairs using a provided key.
  • Paste the homologous chromosome pairs onto their karyotype page and identify whether it is male or female.
  • Answer follow-up questions on a worksheet.

Sexual Reproduction in Plants – Design a Flower Activity: In this activity, students will:

  • Pick a pollinator from a provided list.
  • Use information about their pollinator to design a pollination strategy.
  • Design a flower based on their pollination strategy
  • Write about their plant’s reproduction.

Reproduction in Plants Claims and Evidence Activity(Includes Google option) In this activity, students will:

  • Read an introductory text that covers asexual and sexual reproduction and types of plant reproduction.
  • Read short text passages about 8 cool examples of reproduction in plants.
  • Answer questions and complete claims and evidence grids based on the text.

Asexual Reproduction Reading w/Analysis(Includes Google option) In this activity, students will:

  • READ an article about types of asexual reproduction including several specific examples.
  • COMPLETE a graphic organizer about examples of asexual reproduction.
  • ANSWER analysis questions.

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