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Science Resources for Learning from Home, Grades 9-12

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Carolina Biological Supply Company is committed to supporting parents, teachers, and school districts with learn-from-home resources during this educational disruption. Each free activity below can be used to teach high school students at home safely and with minimal materials.


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At-Home Activities for All High School Science Teachers and Students

Below you'll find hands-on activities, demonstrations, investigations, and articles to support your science instruction while students are at home. The downloadable activities are aligned with topics within the Next Generation Science Standards* and focus on 3-D learning. To use appropriately, teachers can provide these links to each student, or download the activity and share on a teaching platform.



Biology

BiologyPhysics

Cells and Organelles

Prokaryotic vs Eukaryotic

DNA and cell differentiation

Homeostasis

Miosis, Mitosis, DNA, and coding for proteins

Adaptation, Survival, and Reproduction

Structure and Function

Flow of energy and cycling of matter

Survival and reproductive success

Species interactions

Plants



Chemistry

Chemistry

Chemistry Equilibrium

Chemical Reactions

Energy and Kinetic Molecular Theory

Properties of Matter

Wave Properties



Earth, Space, and Environmental Science

Earth, Space, and Environmental Science

Physics

Physics


High School Remote Teaching Products

Free Apple iPhone and iPad Apps

A variety of science activities, images, videos, information, diagrams, and exercises available via Apple app downloads. Learn more...

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Carolina offers many materials and activities that can be used outside the classroom. All should be used with adult supervision. For safety, users should follow all instructions and should not attempt to substitute or reuse materials unless the instructions say to do so. Supervising adults must review the activities provided, ensure they are appropriate for the student’s maturity level, and ensure all safety recommendations are followed by students. Safety is paramount whether at school or home.

*Next Generation Science Standards® is a registered trademark of Achieve. Neither Achieve nor the lead states and partners that developed the Next Generation Science Standards were involved in the production of, and do not endorse, these products.