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Bullfrog dissection: Everything you ever wanted to know in under six minutes.
It’s dissection like you’ve never seen it before. This engaging video helps science teachers and students discover anatomy in a surprising new way.
How to cultivate and care for your butterfly larvae (plus a free activity!)
These painted ladies are more than just a pretty face - they're a robust teaching tool for your life science classroom.
Critters in the Classroom: Insect Edition - Madagascar hissing cockroach
How to prepare a bacteria sub-culture
Learn how to properly prepare an aseptic bacteria subculture in order to multiply your bacteria and prepare it for use by more students at once, or with repeated experiments.
How to culture and care for daphnia
When it comes to teaching physiology and the effects of temperature on metabolism, these tiny crustaceans offer huge payoff in the classroom.
Critters in the classroom, insect edition: Chilean Rose Hair Tarantula
Hailing from southern Peru and Northern Chile from the Atacama Desert, these friendly creatures are docile and calm when handled, making them a fascinating classroom pet.
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The thorny problem – a Japanese beetle lesson plan.
Download this easy biology lesson plan and use live beetles to help middle school science students gather, analyze, interpret, and report scientific data.
A spectacular ocean view – marine mural lesson plan.
Download this artful biology lesson plan for a creative way to teach high school science students about undersea food webs and ocean ecosystems.
Microscope cleaning, care and maintenance - tips to keep your scopes in tip-top shape.
In this pre-recorded webinar segment, we'll show you how to solve common troubleshooting challenges, and take proper care of your microscopes so they'll take care of you for years to come.
Critters in the classroom, insect edition: Bess beetles (plus a free activity!)
Whether you call them bessbugs, bess beetles, Betsy bugs, or by their formal name, Odontotaenius disjunctus sp. these large beetles are perfect for demonstrating a variety of life science concepts.
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Scalpel safety: How to prepare a scalpel and stay out of the ER
When your dissection lessons call for sharp objects, this quick scalpel safety primer will help you and your students stay focused on the lesson at hand, and out of the ER.
Pure Preserved Specimens
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Cash for your class – how to land that education grant.
Find out how to take advantage of the millions of dollars awarded to teachers every year with no-obligation, complimentary grant assistance.
All about Science Olympiad: How to start a team, tips for new coaches, and more.
Want to bring your most passionate science students together for creative problem solving, teamwork, and science fun outside the classroom? Start a Science Olympiad team! We'll show you how.
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Critters in the classroom, insect edition: Pill bugs and sow bugs
Ideal for teaching animal behavior and demonstrating response to stimuli such as light or heat, these wingless crustaceans are easy to maintain and do not bite or sting.
5 things to know about science grants (and 9 steps to win one)
Give us five minutes and we'll fill you in on the most effective strategies and techniques used by grant-winning educators around the country.
Foliage findings – a leaf pigment lesson plan.
Download this simple biology lesson plan and introduce elementary science students to the plant pigments responsible for autumn leaf colors.
11 things you may not know about eye protection.
We'll let you in on the best ways to protect your science students’ eyes for every type of classroom and laboratory activity.
Microscopes - your questions answered.
Got questions about microscopes? We've got answers. Watch this pre-recorded webinar to hear the answers to real questions from real-life teachers like you.