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Building animations is a great way to help students build strong science understandings. Building animation supports science learning as students: make abstract concepts tangible break down complex processes problem-solve through tinkering and more Read more about using animation to combine … Continue reading
HudsonAlpha iCell By HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology “iCell gives students, teachers, and anyone interested in biology a 3D view inside a cell. Included are examples of three types of cells: animal, plant, and bacteria. Learn about the various parts of … Continue reading
This is an example of a water cycle. You need to go to the Scratch website to view it.
Students in 5th grade learned about the different living systems and created a stop motion video based on their research. The first bend of this unit focused on helping students to understand the purpose and corresponding organs in the digestive, excretory, … Continue reading