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Living Environment

by Jessica Carlo
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This collection is useful for High school Living environment teachers to supplement their teaching

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Added 11/06/2011
This will allow students to make science relevant. It is very important that they understand the dangerous toxins that surround them in their everyday lives.

Mission: Biomes

Added 11/06/2011
this interactive game is suitable for younger students. The hands on simulation will allow the students to see and understand how and why the earth changes

DNA from the Beginning

Added 11/06/2011
Students can utilize this sites animations, view images, and understand complex concepts with lots of supporting material.

The eSkeletons Project

Added 11/06/2011
This interactive site allows students to learn about skeletal anatomy by viewing the bones of a human, chimpanzee, and baboon. students can scroll over the different bones and learn different facts about the particular bones and structures


Added 11/06/2011
This interactive website allows students to reinforce how cell organelles work in concert with each other. The website focuses on the structure and function of the organelles
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