Do you know about anatomy? Fifteen teachers present interactives activities about the skeleton, eye, skull, digestive system, respiratory system, and skin. In different playing-views, learning the human-body will be a pleasure for everyone. A work book is available to keep a written part.
Teachers and students may download Audacity software for FREE at this site. Audacity is a free program that allows students to create blogs so that teachers may incorporate them into their curriculum.
Welcome to this special website about bats, designed for all children, and created with the hope you will like, respect, and help protect these endangered species. We want you to have fun learning all about this very unique and helpful animal.
This award-winning interactive program is part of the "Whole Frog" project. You can interactively dissect a (digitized) frog named Fluffy, make movies, and play the Virtual Frog Builder Game. The interactive Web pages are available in a number of languages.
Actionbioscience.org is a non-commercial, educational web site created and managed by BioScience Productions, Inc. to promote bioscience literacy.
A comprehensive, searchable animal database. Enter the scientific or common name to receive detailed classification information (e.g. phylum, etc.), often accompanied by an image.
This superb resource from The Wildscreen Trust will be 'the world's electronic archive of photographs, moving images and sounds of endangered species and habitats.' An interactive library of the world's rarest animals and plants.
A visually impressive exploration of the fossil evidence, anatomical and physical changes and cultural development of the human species. It is best experienced with a Flash 5 plug-in, at least 64MB of RAM and a fast connection.
Nova's online web site for the program on Electric Heart. This site includes a map of the human heart, facts on the heart, and interview with a heart surgeon.
Ready for a grand tour of DNA and more? Gene, Polly, Chloe and RayNA are waiting show you all around their cool world.
"Two of man's closest relatives in the animal kingdom will be on the edge of extinction within a decade, unless drastic conservation measures are put in place immediately."
Information of Monarch butterfly including a film on a butterfly emerging from a chrylasis state.
Download free lesson plan and activity that can be reproduced for the structure of a flower.
The Bugscope project is an educational outreach program for K-12 classrooms. The project provides a resource to classrooms so that they may remotely operate a scanning electron microscope to image "bugs" at high magnification. The microscope is remotely controlled in real time from a classroom computer over the Internet using a web browser.
Visit CCC's Web site to learn about endangered sea turtles. View research notes from the field, join their mailing list, see amazing photos of sea turtles, and more!
The Cassiopeia Project is a effort to make science education videos available for FREE to anyone who wants them. Teachers and students are particularly welcome to use these materials.
Site includes video clip on mitosis with real picture and animation, cell gallery with pictures and description, and much more.
Chickscope is a project to study chicken embryo development using controlled magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) instrument. Students may increase understanding of the process of gathering scientific data.
A huge, beautiful undertaking, the DNA Interactive site is divided into sections: Timeline; Code (what is it); Manipulation (how do you work with it); Genome (analyzing, mapping, sequencing); Applications (how DNA applies to healthcare and our past); and Chronicle (using knowledge responsibly, can we do it?). Flash required.
The activity in this section places you within the cell, involving you with the processes of DNA replication and protein synthesis.
Eric Weisstein's World of Science contains budding encyclopedias of astronomy, scientific biography, chemistry, and physics.
Forensic Entomology is the knowledge of insects used to aid legal Investigations. The creators of this website are consultants in forensic entomology, but also explain how insects at a crime scene can offer clues. Learn about the life cycle of insects, protocol (how to observe the scene and collect specimens), the equipment you need to work with, and how to ship specimens.
“Building a frog can be harder than it looks.” This activity was suggested as a great follow up to Froguts (a Blue Web’n pick from April of 2002). Students can read the guide and take the hints that appear after a few wrong moves.
Graphics Gallery is a series of labeled diagrams with explanations representing the important processes of biotechnology. Each diagram is followed by a summary of information, providing a context for the process illustrated.
Resource materials in chemistry, earth science, biology, anatomy, botany, physics and space science.
A virtual zoo filled with exotic specimens. Instead of lions, elephants, and zebras, this zoo is stocked with strange creatures from the microscopic worlds around, inside of, and on us. The zoo includes pictures of microbes; data about their size, scientific classification, feeding habitats, and more; and descriptions of how the microbes fit into and interact with their environment and other microorganisms.
This website contains a lot of information about nature and science.
View lessons and activities by selecting a grade range and topic. Areas covered include Art, Health and Fitness, Math, Reading and Language Arts, Science and Technology, Social Studies, Early Childhood, Library Media and Technology Coordinators.
Power point and animations for teachers to use in their classroom. All content areas included.
The website states its purpose is to "provide educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction."
Explore, Discover, Learn: Art and culture, history and travel, science and nature. Explore all the Smithsonian has to offer at Smithsonian Students. From interactive "Idealabs" to homework help to strange but true facts, you'll find it here!
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Usenet newsgroup devoted to the discussion and debate of biological and physical origins. Most discussions in the newsgroup center on the creation/evolution controversy, but other topics of discussion include the origin of life, geology, biology, catastrophism, cosmology and theology.
An interactive program designed to examine the head, thorax, abdomen, pelvis, and thigh.