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Classroom Activities

  • On the Cutting Edge: Starfish Anatomy Learn how to do a hands-on lesson that explores the starfish’s external anatomy, focusing on structures used for locomotion, protection, and feeding. View »
  • Owl Pellet Interactive Database Students can interact with our Barn Owl online database to see how the contents of their pellets compare with those of other Barn Owl pellets from all over the United States. View »
  • Rat Reproduction Examining the rat reproductive system allows students to compare male and female organs, study internal fertilization, and observe gestational changes in the female. Use this brief summary as a lesson on mammalian reproduction. View »
  • Hands-On with Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Photosynthesis and cellular respiration aren't magic, but to your students they can seem to be. Hands-on experiments are a great way to help them understand the science behind the "magic", especially for kinesthetic learners. View »
  • On the Cutting Edge: Understanding the Mammalian Kidney The Mammalian Kidney Dissection BioKit® offers your students the opportunity to dissect and understand this fascinating organ. 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 »
  • Crayfish Dissection Guide This Crayfish Dissection Guide will help students identify anatomical structures and organs of the crayfish. View »
  • Holiday Demonstrations and Activities Nearing the holiday season? Students having trouble focusing in class? When student minds wander, try these holiday-oriented demonstrations and activities to recapture their attention. We include a variety of activities, so everyone can have fun and still be learning important science concepts. View »
  • The Lost Volume If you mix 250 mL of water with 250 mL of ethyl alcohol, only about 480 mL of solution results. What caused the volume reduction, and what happened to the lost volume? View »
  • Fermentation by Yeast A study of fermentation by yeast is an interesting extension of AP® Biology Lab 5 Cell Respiration. View »
  • Making Magnetic Slime Everyone loves slime and magnets. Now you can integrate both into your lesson on magnetic properties! This activity is every bit as engaging as it is educational. Your students are sure to give it 2 (slimy) thumbs up! View »
  • Stoichiometry and Limiting Reactant This activity helps students understand the concept of limiting reactants in a chemical reaction. View »