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How To Make Yogurt 101

Ever wanted to see some biology in action? Check this out. by Molly B Duncan.  This post originally appeared on MollyBDuncan.com and is reprinted here with permission from the author.   A couple of weeks ago I taught my very popular sugar addiction class, “Sugar Blues” where

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Let’s Build

Let’s Build

It’s time to build some amazing throwing machines! Here are some pictures of what students have built. Great ideas for your classroom – let those kids use their imagination!  

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What the kids say

What the kids say

One of our teachers had a “let’s see what the kids say” day and our kids showed once again they’re able to come up some good stuff. So here are some of our cool kids best quotes.

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Successful Students

Successful Students

The formula for personal success: E + R = O  >>  Event plus response = outcome Students can’t always control the Events that challenge them but they can control their responses. The R part, the response, can include not only their own determination, but also use the resources all

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Our Nervous System

Our Nervous System

The human body has its own cool electrical grid. It’s how we sense the world around us. Our nerves bring information from all over our body to our brain and from there we’re able to make a decision about how to react.          

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Some Cool Facts About The Human Body

Some Cool Facts About The Human Body

Babies have more bones than adults. Adults have 32 teeth ( so long as their wisdom teeth come in ). Veins carry blood to the heart, arteries blood away from the heart. The largest cell in the human body is a woman’s egg cell. The smallest is

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Photosynthesis – How does it work?

Photosynthesis – How does it work?

A plant’s leaves contain chlorophyll. This green substance allows chemical reactions to occur. These reactions use energy captured from the sun and carbon dioxide taken from the air to make the food plants need to survive and grow. The result of photosynthesis is oxygen. Lucky for us

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Let’s Talk About Biology

Let’s Talk About Biology

The site was created to help teachers find resources that are unavailable in most ancillary text materials. With so much available on the Web, it is often unnecessary to create new activities. It is more than likely that it already exists. In addition, there are many PowerPoint

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