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iBiology - Ron Vale

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8 to 12
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iBiology provides hundreds of videos from scientists sharing the latest in scientific research. Video topics include interviews, lectures, and storytelling. Begin your search on the...more
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iBiology provides hundreds of videos from scientists sharing the latest in scientific research. Video topics include interviews, lectures, and storytelling. Begin your search on the site by selecting the "Start Here" link. Choose a talk by selecting your role as a researcher, educator, student, or someone curious about biology. Each talk includes a short overview of the topic and a speaker's bio. Videos are hosted on YouTube, be sure that your school filters allow access before sharing with students on school computers or download using the links provided in each video.

tag(s): cells (103), diseases (78), ecology (130), evolution (106), genetics (89), plants (173), STEM (217)

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Bookmark this site to use with classroom lessons. Share a link to selected videos for students to view on your class website or blog (be sure to preview videos before sharing to ensure content is appropriate for your age-level students). Use a tool like playposit, reviewed here, to engage students by making interactive content with these videos. Add questions for students to discuss, gather student comments, and include polls to receive immediate feedback to guide your lessons. As an alternative to your traditional assessment, ask students to create an explainer video using FlexClip, reviewed here to explain and demonstrate biology content learned throughout your unit.

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Nova Labs - PBS

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6 to 12
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Engage in authentic scientific exploration with the games and interactives offered through Nova Labs. Engage in lab topics of cybersecurity, evolution, RNA, clouds, energy, and the...more
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Engage in authentic scientific exploration with the games and interactives offered through Nova Labs. Engage in lab topics of cybersecurity, evolution, RNA, clouds, energy, and the sun. Each interactive includes a collection of videos providing background information. The site also shares educator guides specific to each lab with strategies for use.

tag(s): cells (103), critical thinking (120), energy (203), evolution (106), internet safety (120), Research (32), solar energy (39), sun (74), weather (202)

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Nova Labs provide many opportunities for engaging students in authentic learning situations. Consider using this site as an introduction to any of the included topics. For example, begin your energy unit by assigning the energy lab as homework or as a flipped learning activity. Watch the introductory video together, then allow students to explore the site on their own. Use Playposit, reviewed here, extend technology use by adding questions and student responses to videos to encourage critical thinking skills. Have students share their learning after participating in the lab by annotating images using ThingLink, reviewed here. Thinglink presents a variety of levels for technology use depending on teacher requirements for the project, or even student ability; it allows for adding narration, videos, text, and links to help explain the project. Ask tech-savvy students to create their own learning games with Scratch, reviewed here, using information learned from their research.
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SCALE Science Education - Stanford University

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6 to 8
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SCALE Science Education offers performance-based science lessons for middle schoolers correlated to Next Generation Science Standards. Each of the three resources includes a complete...more
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SCALE Science Education offers performance-based science lessons for middle schoolers correlated to Next Generation Science Standards. Each of the three resources includes a complete set of materials for teachers and students; some also include slide presentations. In addition to lessons, materials also have links to optional resources incorporating literacy skills and assessments.

tag(s): adaptations (18), biodiversity (34), cells (103), chemicals (51), climate change (71), earth (206), ecosystems (86), energy (203), genealogy (9), genetics (89), matter (64), oceans (167), solar system (125), space (233)

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Save yourself a little time with these free units and include them with your current teaching materials. Also, take advantage of the site's free webinar introducing the materials and how to use them in the classroom. Instead of using written journals throughout your unit, ask students to replace these by keeping online journals with Microsoft Word or Google Documents: alternatively have students use a blog tool such as Telegra.ph, reviewed here. This blog creator requires no registration. With Telegra.ph have students click on an icon to upload related images, add YouTube or Vimeo, or Twitter links. Throughout the lessons ask students to highlight and share important information, add annotations, and add links to additional information. As you add resources for students, use Wakelet, reviewed here, to share information on your website or blog. Ask students to enhance their learning and create personal Wakelets including images from projects and their journal entries. As a final project, have students extend their learning by creating an explainer video of their activities using a video creation tool like Typito, reviewed here. Typito includes a broad range of editing tools in an easy to use format for creating video explainers.
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Expii - Expii, Inc.

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6 to 12
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Expii is a free resource for learning about math and science topics creatively through video and written explanations provided by different expert contributors. Math content begins...more
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Expii is a free resource for learning about math and science topics creatively through video and written explanations provided by different expert contributors. Math content begins with pre-algebra and moves up through advanced topics. Many units also offer options for practice. Expii also encourages students and teachers to add their content. Search for topics by keyword or choose from the different math and science topics to begin learning. Use Expii without registering; however, free registration allows you to save favorites for later use. If your district blocks YouTube, then the videos may not be viewable.

tag(s): atoms (54), cells (103), charts and graphs (193), decimals (126), earth (206), electricity (90), equations (152), fractions (232), magnetism (41), molecules (48), number lines (36), number sense (96), planets (136), ratios (67), space (233), stars (70), STEM (217), sun (74), transformations (16), variables (19)

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Include Expii with your links for students to use at home and in class. Expii is an excellent way to provide content explanation through the voice of many different speakers, allowing the opportunity to increase student understanding. To enhance learning, ask groups of students to view lessons provided by the different contributors, then ask them to compare and contrast information by creating a concept map or Venn Diagram using Canva, reviewed here. At the end of a teaching unit, ask students to redefine what they learned using a multimedia tool like Adobe Spark in K-12, reviewed here, or Sway, reviewed here, to share their learning. Be sure to have them include their own video explanation of the content.

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STEM Resource Finder - The Concord Consortium

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K to 12
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Do you struggle to find quality resources for teaching STEM lessons? Check out over 260 lessons and units provided on this comprehensive website. Use filters to choose grade level,...more
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Do you struggle to find quality resources for teaching STEM lessons? Check out over 260 lessons and units provided on this comprehensive website. Use filters to choose grade level, content, and type of activity, or use the keyword search to locate specific content. All resources include correlation to science standards and most include several interactives and online response options.

tag(s): animals (321), cells (103), earthquakes (50), engineering (130), equations (152), measurement (168), plants (173), pollution (63), problem solving (284), space (233), stars (70), STEM (217), temperature (35), weather (202)

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Be sure to bookmark this site as a resource for many interactives and activities for teaching STEM topics. Place students in cooperative groups to complete activities or share ideas from this site for science fair projects. Ask students to share their research and projects and extend their learning using a tool like PortfolioVillage, reviewed here. PortfolioVillage offers a variety of options for building a personalized webpage without knowledge of coding.
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BiologyGuide - Simon Bluhm, Anna Wicking, and Sandra Benedict

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9 to 12
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BiologyGuide is a site from the United Kingdom providing study information and videos for Advanced Placement biology topics. Choose topics from the four different categories to view...more
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BiologyGuide is a site from the United Kingdom providing study information and videos for Advanced Placement biology topics. Choose topics from the four different categories to view outlines with information on the category. In addition to outlines, this site also offers many videos including course notes. The best way to find videos is to click on the video link, then "view all courses" instead of entering a search term. The site was created in the UK, so some of the pronunciations and spellings may differ from those in American English. Topic pages include unmoderated Facebook comments. The videos reside on YouTube. If your district blocks YouTube, the videos may not be viewable.

tag(s): advanced placement (24), cells (103), diseases (78), ecosystems (86), evolution (106), genetics (89), heart (41), human body (125), molecules (48), nutrition (167), photosynthesis (33), reproduction (8), respiration (17)

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Take advantage of the many study guides and videos from this site for use in your classroom. Share links to materials on your class web page for students to use at home. Share this site as a way to review before tests. Use videos from BiologyGuide as examples and challenge cooperative learning groups to create their own review videos using a tool like My Simpleshow, reviewed here, and share them on a site such as TeacherTube, reviewed here.

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Science in the Classroom - Science in the Classroom

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9 to 12
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Science in the Classroom offers free annotated research articles and teaching materials. Choose any item to read each article in full. Dig a little deeper by selecting a Learning Lens,...more
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Science in the Classroom offers free annotated research articles and teaching materials. Choose any item to read each article in full. Dig a little deeper by selecting a Learning Lens, found at the bottom of any article under Teaching Resources, to focus on specific information within the article such as conclusions or connections to standards highlighted by different colors. Also, this site offers Thought Questions for each article allowing readers to extend thinking beyond the information provided. Some selections include videos. If your district blocks YouTube, the videos may not be viewable.

tag(s): animals (321), cells (103), diseases (78), drugs and alcohol (28), genetics (89), human body (125), medicine (62), plants (173), STEM (217)

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Science in the Classroom is a must-add to any high school classroom. View articles together on your interactive whiteboard as you add highlighted annotations to focus on the content. Alternatively, print a copy of the article and have students add highlights to compare to the site's highlighted portions. Be sure to help weaker readers and ESL/ELL students by sharing the vocabulary words before reading, either on a handout or by projecting on an interactive whiteboard or screen and highlighting them in the text as you come to them. Flip learning by having students read an article before coming to class, ask them to prepare questions they have for when they return to class. Have students create a simple infographic sharing their findings using Venngage, reviewed here. Use an online flashcard maker, like Flashcard Stash, reviewed here, to review important vocabulary or content from any article.

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Bioman Biology - Brett Baughman

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5 to 10
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Bioman Biology offers engaging interactives and virtual labs for learning biology content based on national standards. Find virtual labs and activities sorted by topics such as cells,...more
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Bioman Biology offers engaging interactives and virtual labs for learning biology content based on national standards. Find virtual labs and activities sorted by topics such as cells, body systems, and ecology. Use the search bar to look for specific content. In addition to the interactives and virtual labs, Bioman Biology offers online multiple choice quizzes over most topics. Optional teacher registration on the site provides the opportunity to assign quizzes and view student scores for games, quizzes, and virtual labs. Registration also has the advantage of students being able to directly submit their scores to you via email. Several activities are also available as downloads at iTunes. Bioman is available as an iOS app and on any device with a modern web browser and Internet access. The older version, in Flash, is still available, too.
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tag(s): body systems (56), cells (103), classification (29), dna (63), ecology (130), evolution (106), game based learning (159), genetics (89), human body (125), meiosis (14), photosynthesis (33), respiration (17), scientific method (67)

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Introduce this site to your class on an interactive whiteboard or projector to review and reinforce concepts. If you are lucky enough to have access to iPads for your students, you could have the activities downloaded as apps to use for stations or early finishers. Be sure to include this site on your class webpage for students to access both in and outside of class for further practice. Have students create animated movies online using Biteable, reviewed here, to demonstrate biology concepts. Use an online flashcard maker, like Flashcard Stash, reviewed here, to review concepts before quizzes and tests.
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Explore Biology - Ms. Foglia

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9 to 12
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Created by a high school biology teacher, this resource is a treasure trove of activities, labs, PowerPoint slides, handouts, and more for teaching biology. Though these resources are...more
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Created by a high school biology teacher, this resource is a treasure trove of activities, labs, PowerPoint slides, handouts, and more for teaching biology. Though these resources are for the AP level, they can be altered for use at lower levels, especially the lab activities. Be sure to click the Teachers Corner in the left-hand navigation to find the activities.

tag(s): animals (321), body systems (56), cells (103), organelles (5), organisms (22), plants (173), worksheets (64)

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Use these activities and resources for inspiration for your classes. When using portions of a resource, be sure to cite your source and give credit to the author. Be sure to take the time to look at the many items listed including Confounding Terms that feature many words in biology using various root words or Pairs Across the Phyla that looks at differences between organisms. Use the review materials as extra practice for students who are further ahead than the rest of the class. The lab activities are a great addition to other class activities.
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e-learning for kids Science - Dr Nick van Dam

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K to 6
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Explore this interesting collection of over seventy e-lessons in science for elementary students. They also have an additional 200 lessons under development! Find lessons by choosing...more
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Explore this interesting collection of over seventy e-lessons in science for elementary students. They also have an additional 200 lessons under development! Find lessons by choosing a grade level, browse through all resources, or sort by popularity. Most activities include a short introductory lesson along with games for practicing content. Courses content cover a very wide range of topics including plants and animals, cells, natural disasters, and much more. At the time of this review, some lesson links gave an error message, however, clicking on the image started the course.

tag(s): animals (321), cells (103), colors (76), earth (206), human body (125), moon (81), nutrition (167), photosynthesis (33), planets (136), plants (173), pollution (63), rocks (49), senses (32), solar system (125), volcanoes (63), water cycle (32), weather (202)

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e-learning for kids is perfect for use on classroom computers as science centers. Create links to lessons and allow all students the opportunity to participate. View lessons together on an interactive whiteboard or projector. Be sure to include a link on your class webpage or newsletter for students to view at home. Share this site with parents as an additional resource for reviewing concepts at home. After completing lessons, have students use an online poster creator, such as Padlet, reviewed here, to share information. For a quick project, create electronic graphics of important words using a tool such as Word Cloud for Kids, reviewed here,, or Wordle, reviewed here.
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Blobs.org - Tim Sheppard

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8 to 12
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Blobs.org provides user-friendly scientific explanations using illustrations and a friendly, down to earth tone. Click Resources to view and sort articles by topics from basic science...more
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Blobs.org provides user-friendly scientific explanations using illustrations and a friendly, down to earth tone. Click Resources to view and sort articles by topics from basic science through medical science. Sort the article list alphabetically or by difficulty levels 1 through 4. Each article includes illustrations and several sub-sections with more in-depth information. Articles are heavily text-based.

tag(s): acids and bases (12), atoms (54), cells (103), density (25), heart (41), human body (125), mass (28), molecules (48), volume (48)

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Share information from Blobs.org on your interactive whiteboard to introduce science units. This site is excellent for enrichment or for practice with informational text in science. Include it on your class web page for students to access both in and out of class. Have students create a simple infographic sharing their findings using Venngage reviewed here. Have students create a word cloud of the important terms they learn from this site using a tool such as WordItOut, reviewed here.

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ParrMr - Mr. Parr

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4 to 9
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Explore this rich collection of clever YouTube videos of songs with on-screen lyrics to learn important science concepts! Be sure to check out some pretty clever songs including The...more
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Explore this rich collection of clever YouTube videos of songs with on-screen lyrics to learn important science concepts! Be sure to check out some pretty clever songs including The Rock Cycle, Chemical Compounds in Cells, and the DNA song. The lyrics to the song are shown below the video on each YouTube page to easily copy and paste for students to follow along. Even if your students roll their eyes at the videos/songs, the concepts (and tunes) will definitely stick in their minds! If your district blocks YouTube, the videos may not be viewable.

tag(s): animals (321), atoms (54), cells (103), climate (94), dna (63), energy (203), human body (125), matter (64), molecules (48), moon (81), motion (71), rock cycle (14), water cycle (32), weather (202)

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Play songs on an Interactive Whiteboard or Projector for the entire class. Embed videos on your teacher page for review by students. Use these songs as an introduction to units. After viewing a video, brainstorm to identify words students know or are not familiar with. Copy the lyrics into a document and, as you discuss the material in class, encourage students to annotate the lyrics with notes about the content. Be sure to play the video often throughout the unit to reconnect with material. Challenge your more musical students to team up with a class poet to write your own songs-- for extra credit and extra fun! They could use Soundtrap, reviewed here, for this musical endeavor.
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Free Online Science Games - Sheppard Software

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K to 8
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Enjoy science interactives ideal for elementary children through middle grades. Topics include Life Cycles, Seasons, Dinosaurs, Cells, Consumers, Nutrition, Digestion, Skeletal system,...more
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Enjoy science interactives ideal for elementary children through middle grades. Topics include Life Cycles, Seasons, Dinosaurs, Cells, Consumers, Nutrition, Digestion, Skeletal system, and many others. Most resources indicate the appropriate level for their use.
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tag(s): animal homes (68), animals (321), body systems (56), cells (103), dinosaurs (49), life cycles (24), nutrition (167), oceans (167), periodic table (55), preK (287), seasons (36)

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Bookmark and save this site for use throughout the year with science lessons. Nearly all activities would work well on your projector or interactive whiteboard. For Example, use the Cell Games (including animal, plant, and bacterial cells) to introduce and explore parts of cells. Create a link on classroom computers or use on laptop carts for students to explore on their own. Simple online coloring science activities require no reading. Share this site with parents for exploration and reinforcement at home.
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Blood - e-learning for kids

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4 to 10
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Take a closer look at the blood flowing in your body with this interesting interactive. Click on each of the cells to learn a little more about the types of ...more
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Take a closer look at the blood flowing in your body with this interesting interactive. Click on each of the cells to learn a little more about the types of cells and their functions. Choose from several options at the bottom of the page to get more information. Yukky Bits provides information on some of the yuckier aspects of blood. Find out how much blood you have and all about different blood types by choosing other links.

tag(s): body systems (56), cells (103), human body (125)

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Share this site on your interactive whiteboard (or projector) and explore together as a class during a unit on body systems or the circulatory system. Use an online flashcard maker, like Flashcard Stash, reviewed here. Use terms provided to help students remember different types of cells and their functions. Before viewing the site have students brainstorm or collect ideas on what they know about blood on a collaborative bulletin board like Scrumblr, reviewed here (quick start- no membership required!)
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Cell Structure - Wiley

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6 to 12
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This interactive gives a great overview of prokaryotes and eukaryotes, animal cells, and plant cells. Use Construct a Cell to create a plant, animal, or prokaryotic cell and review...more
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This interactive gives a great overview of prokaryotes and eukaryotes, animal cells, and plant cells. Use Construct a Cell to create a plant, animal, or prokaryotic cell and review the parts found in each.

tag(s): cells (103)

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Share this tool on an Interactive whiteboard or projector as a class review and discussion about cell types and parts of cells. Use on individual computers for student review. Be sure to place this resource on your website or blog for students to access. This is a great site to use for practice before the big test!
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Label the Cells - Curriculum Bits

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5 to 12
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Label the Cells is an interactive activity for practicing labeling parts of cells. Drag and drop labels to the correct position on the cell diagram. Check answers, if incorrect, try...more
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Label the Cells is an interactive activity for practicing labeling parts of cells. Drag and drop labels to the correct position on the cell diagram. Check answers, if incorrect, try another time. View correct answers at the end of the activity or print using the link.

tag(s): cells (103)

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Use this site on a projector or interactive whiteboard to discuss and informally assess prior knowledge as you start your study of cells. Share a link to the site on your class webpage for students to use at home for review.
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Science Lessons and Help - WyzAnt Tutoring

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8 to 12
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Find help with Biology, Physics, and Chemistry concepts at this site provided by WyzAnt tutoring. Choose from the categories of Biology, Physics, or Chemistry to begin. Choose from...more
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Find help with Biology, Physics, and Chemistry concepts at this site provided by WyzAnt tutoring. Choose from the categories of Biology, Physics, or Chemistry to begin. Choose from the list of specific topics available: Cell Cycle, Mendel's Laws, Acids, Bonds, Stoichiometry, Magnetism, Vectors, and many others. Scroll to the bottom menu to find lessons, listed under Learning Resources, that include a short explanation of each topic along with images and a short review quiz or practice problems at the end. There are advertisements for tutors on this site.
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tag(s): acids and bases (12), atoms (54), cells (103), chemicals (51), elements (39), energy (203), evolution (106), genetics (89), gravity (51), heat (17), magnetism (41), mass (28), matter (64), measurement (168), photosynthesis (33), temperature (35), vectors (23)

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Use lessons on your interactive whiteboard (or projector) to introduce or review concepts included. Share a link to lessons on your class website or blog for students to use at home. This is an excellent site for studying biology, physics, and chemistry concepts. Be sure to advise students not to click on the links to find tutors.

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The Cell Organelles - edhsgreensea.net

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This site is a very basic overview of the parts of the cell and their functions. Click on the label in the picture or use the navigation to jump down ...more
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This site is a very basic overview of the parts of the cell and their functions. Click on the label in the picture or use the navigation to jump down to the cell part.
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tag(s): cells (103), organelles (5), structures (22)

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Use this straight forward and simple site for students to gather basic information about the cell parts prior to more research and discussion about cells. Use this site along with others for students to gather information and create a multimedia presentation of the material. Use a site such as Prezi, reviewed here.

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