Teach the Children Well-Animals AdaptationAdaptations to A Desert BiomeAnimal AdaptationsAnimal Adaptations and SurvivalAnimal Adaptations GameAnimal Adaptations E-SafarisAnimal CamouflageAnimal DiversityAnimals and AdaptationAnimals, Adaptation and the Galápagos IslandsThe Body ChangersBuild a BeastCamouflageDirtmeister's Animal AdaptationsEvolutionHot or ColdHow Animals Meet Their NeedsHow Plants and Animals Survive the WinterMimicryPenguin AdaptationUnderstand Wildlife Winter Survival StrategiesWacky Animal DefencesWhat Do Animals Do in Winter?What Does Adaptation Mean?Wildlife in Winter--Adaptations for SurvivalWinter Adaptations of Animals Amazing Bats of Bracken CaveBat Conservation InternationalBats!
Secondary Biology teaching resources – TES From tiny microbes to life itself, our collection of free biology teaching resources covers all aspects of the subject, no matter how big or how small. Why not have a browse of our latest collections in TES Science and Socrative science GCSE revision quizzes? Alternatively, you can search for lesson plans, activities and worksheets, as well as material for biology revision. Interactive Lesson Calculating The Odds of Intelligent Alien Life Astronomers believe that every star in the galaxy has a planet, one fifth of which might harbor life. Only we haven't seen any of them — yet. Jeremy Kasdin and his team are looking to change that with the design and engineering of an extraordinary piece of equipment: a flower petal-shaped "starshade" that allows a telescope to photograph planets from 50,000 kilometers away.
The Human Body This astonishing series takes us on a journey breathtaking twists of the most complex biological mechanism on earth - the human body. Using a technique that allows us to see photos changes over time, graphics, drawing and illustration calculated computerized techniques in order to investigate any effect, due to a corner of the human body in his various stages of growth, maturity and the final state - decay. Matriculation, girls, pains of adolescence, complex activity of the brain and eventually death shown in steps with detailed explanation. Offering clear voice of Dr.
40 Most Awesome iPad Apps for Science Students Posted on Wednesday June 15, 2011 by Staff Writers The iPad has found its way into hospitals, retail stores and homes across the nation, but it’s also making a big splash in the classroom, even with some of the best online colleges. With a great selection of apps focused on everything from word processing to keeping in touch with classmates, the tablet computer can be an invaluable tool for learning — no matter your age. Online science students haven’t been left out, of course, and there are a wide range of applications offering help with chemistry, biology, astronomy and even the math that comes along with certain fields. Food Chain - Kid's Corner The Food Chain Every living thing needs energy in order to live. Everytime animals do something (run, jump) they use energy to do so. Animals get energy from the food they eat, and all living things get energy from food. Plants use sunlight, water and nutrients to get energy (in a process called photosynthesis).
Test your sense of touch Is the Glass of Water Hot or Cold? With this experiment, test your skin's ability to perceive whether an object is hot or cold. What You Need: Science Classroom Lessons Microscope Mania Pond Water Survey Hydra Investigation Animal Classification Challenge Incredible Edible Cells - Cell Project Construction Zone - Cell Project Mitosis Flip Books Genetics with a Smile + SpongeBob Genetics DNA Keychains & Replication Protein Power Game Egg-cellent Ideas for Osmosis & Diffusion Human Body Activities (Body Systems, Skeletal System, Muscular System) Also see Silly Science - a dichotomous key activity in General Science section! Internet Lessons • The Organ Trail - Challenge your students to create a "Wanted" poster about an organ. This download provides project guidelines, student information, and project worksheets.
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touch experiments Touch Experiments Some of these experiments require a blindfold. Keep in mind that some people do not like to be blindfolded...you could ask them to keep their eyes closed, but don't count on them having their eyes closed for a very long time. Camoflauge in Animals Mimicry Some animals and plants look like other things -- they mimic them. Mimicry is another type of deceptive coloration. It can protect the mimic from predators or hide the mimic from prey.
Would You Eat That? The Game of Naming What's in What You Eat Getting the most out of what you eat takes knowing what's in your food. While packaged and prepared food can save time, it takes a lot of chemistry to keep those items edible on the long trip from the factory to your face. Do you know what is actually in some of your favorite food? Play "Would You Eat That?" How to Extract DNA from Anything Living - StumbleUpon First, you need to find something that contains DNA. Since DNA is the blueprint for life, everything living contains DNA. For this experiment, we like to use green split peas. But there are lots of other DNA sources too, such as: