Two million years ago, our ancestor Homo erectus marched out of Africa into Asia, where they encountered both familiar and fundamentally strange animals.
Dinosaurs - some were bigger than a bus, others were smaller than a chicken. But whatever their size, these amazing creatures have captivated and enthused young and old alike. A guide to dinosaurs.
Movement is one of the 7 defining characteristics of life. The 7 characteristics of life are the 7 things that ALL living things do and they separate living things from non-living things. I was always taught the acronym MRS GREN to help me remember...
An easy, photo-rich guide to identifying stinging caterpillars
An entertaining series on the origins of anatomical terms and the stories behind the names of various parts of our body.
Did you know when a flea jumps it can reach 100G's? That's 95 more G's than our best astronauts can handle without passing out! And that's only the beginning...
Birds gravitate towards power lines to rest. This is true in cities where there are few trees. However power lines can be dangerous to birds when they touch two wires.
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.
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...
The most powerful electric fish in the world, the electric eel is capable of producing a high discharge of electricity that can knock a horse off its feet and stun humans!