This is part 4 of a 7 part hands-on unit study on anatomy of the human body. Demonstrate how each part of the digestive system works using crackers, pantyhose, create teeth molds, prepare and eat a salad while discussing healthy eating habits, and more! These lessons are geared toward 4th-5th grade...
Most of us remember the Roadrunner, Wile E. Coyote cartoons. Now learn some interesting and true facts and information on the real roadrunner bird, (Geococcyx californianus).
Lymphocytes are a vital type of white blood cell in our body. Their job is to fight infections. T, B, and natural killer or NK cells are all lymphocytes.
An entertaining series on the origins of anatomical terms and the stories behind the names of various parts of our body.
The Mongolian death worm is a deadly creature believed to live in the most barren and devastated parts of the Gobi desert, with no confirmation of its existence, first spotted a thousand years ago.
A list of endangered species that can be found throughout the state of Michigan and what you can do to help.
The Human Skeletal System is the structural framework of the human body. We explore how bones are connected in the human skeletal system to hold the body together.
Bed bed bite image collection used to help identify rashes. Use to find out what bed bugs do and don't look like. Bed bug bites, as seen in the following pictures, are irritating marks that are signs of being bit by one of the hardiest insects known to humans.
Much has been written about dinosaurs and the fury of T-Rex in popular culture; but are you aware there were giant creatures dominating Earth's oceans long, long before the dino-era ending 65 million years ago?
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.