These interactive websites and apps breathe life into textbook illustrations and lessons about the human body and anatomy for K-12 students.
This gross science project is possibly the best-ever digestion lesson for kids. Using common kitchen items, we simulate digestion from eating to squeezing out a poop from a stocking.
From feeler projections that locate food, devices for drinking and eating, grabbers, in addition to mating signs, the nose is a chief part of endurance for these 50 interesting but very weird creature
An entertaining series on the origins of anatomical terms and the stories behind the names of various parts of our body.
The Date Palm tree is a tall, evergreen tree that has no branches. This article is about the characteristics and uses of the Date Palm tree.
This article is about Rubber Trees, their characteristics and uses. You will also read about some interesting facts about the history of the Rubber Tree.
Whether you're walking along the beach of the world's oceans or the USA's Great Lakes, your imagination is on high alert ! You pick up what looks like a fossil and wonder what creature remains you're holding in your hand must have looked like and how it lived, or how long ago.
Dimples are facial features that can be present at birth, disappear overtime or even appear as we age. Some have two, some have none and some have just one and ask 'Why Do I Only Have One Dimple?'
This is part 5 of a 7 part hands-on unit study on anatomy of the human body. Walk through your circulatory system, create a blood model and fake movie blood, measure your heart rate, dissect a heart, and more! These lessons are geared toward 4th-5th grade level children and their siblings. They...
Here are some really interesting facts about great white sharks for kids, with answers to the most commonly asked questions about them.