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This board is a collection of resources to teach--well, bugs for one, but in general nature, attention to detail, science--even photography.

5 Foods You Can Grow From Leftovers

aww so cute ;)


Turtles are one of the coupple of animals that have survived since the dinosours ages. Turtles are in big danger now because they have predators and also some humans likes to eat their eggs. Life is hard for turtles all the time.

awesome site for pe stuff and printouts of anatomy and physiology

Good night, Posterous

Chapter 5- Homeostasis and Cell Transport

How to Grow an Avocado Tree : Eat an avocado (fun part) - Clean-off the pit - Suspend it over a dish of water with toothpicks (half-submerged) - Wait 3 to 6 weeks for it to sprout.

Gardening activities for kids!

STEM & Our Planet

Rainforest Facts

Here's a poster for use on an interactive whiteboard that includes links to best sources on the internet related to Earth Day, including videos, interactive games and activities, websites with great ideas to use in your classroom, and some favorite quotes about caring for the earth.

Anatomy Lapbook – Cells

Time-lapse of Butterfly Lifecycle - YouTube

Apologia Biology Helps

The Animal Kingdom Visual Dictionary download

Producers, Consumers, Decomposers Graphic Organizer (C2W3)

Homemade pet jelly fish. that's about the neatest thing EVER.

Ewok Endor Forest Terrarium

A fern is any one of a group of about 12,000 species of plants belonging to the botanical group known as Pteridophyta. Unlike mosses, they have xylem and phloem (making them vascular plants). They have stems, leaves, and roots like other vascular plants. Ferns reproduce via spores (as shown here on the back of the leaf) and have neither seeds nor flowers.

Lung cancer cell division (imaged using a scanning electron microscope [SEM])

Kidney cancer cells (imaged using a scanning electron microscope [SEM])

Decades ago, a child chained a bicycle to a tree on Washington's Vashon Island. The tree, unperturbed, grew around the bike.

"A whale shark tilts upright and yanks on a net, trying to make off with a fisherman's catch." Photo by Michael Aw from National Geographic.

self sustaining ecosphere, no cleaning required. kind of like an effortless fish tank. also makes a great statement piece!