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- Human Body: Respiratory System Review Review respiratory system structure and function with this graphic organizer. View »
- Human Body: Respiratory System Teach respiratory system structure and function with this infographic. View »
- A Way to Think About Three-Dimensional Learning and NGSS This article offers details on shifting classroom practices toward the Next Generation Science Standards® (NGSS) and the three-dimensional learning that they prescribe. View »
- In the Classroom: NGSS Science and Engineering Practices Dimension 1 of the Next Generation Science Standards® (NGSS) is Science and Engineering Practices. This article explores the eight practices, summarizes some key points about each practice, and offers sample activities in which students may engage. View »
- 7 Ways Carolina Can Support Your NGSS Implementation Carolina has many solutions to help you implement the NGSS in your classroom, from kits to living materials to eLearning products. Ready to start? View »
- Comparative Metamorphosis In this investigation, students observe development of 3 different insects from the larva or nymph stage through the adult stage. They also complete a comparative development study of metamorphosis, observing complete and incomplete metamorphosis. View »
- Introduction to Wisconsin Fast Plants® Phenotypes In this inquiry activity, students investigate phenotypes using Wisconsin Fast Plants® seeds. After the seeds germinate, students identify the phenotypes and the possible associated genotype. View »
- Which Leaf Shape Can Hold the Most Butterfly Eggs? In this elementary-level activity, students investigate the relationship between leaf shape and the number of butterfly eggs that can be laid on a leaf (grades K–5). View »
- Photosynthesis Introduce students to photosynthesis in a visual way. As Elodea uses carbon dioxide from an initial solution, a change in pH occurs, causing a color change in the solution. View »
- How Do They Hiss? and Other Madagascar Hissing Cockroach Questions Answered The Madagascar hissing cockroach is one of the most widely recognized exotic insects because of its large size and dynamic behavior. Read on to learn more about it . . . View »
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