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  • $3.00

    This Astronomy / Science resource, Constellation Flashcards, contains 2 sets of 24 constellations for a total of 48 cards. (Includes Astrological / Zodiac Constellations)

    • Set one has lines that show the stars connected to create the constellation.
    • Set two shows only the stars of the constellation (no lines). You can use set two to have students learn the ‘grouping of the stars’ as they actually see them in the sky -or- you can allow students to actually draw the lines on each card to help learn the constellations.
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    Easy to use, just print and go…This Vocabulary Terms Definitions Worksheet resource provides a template for students to use time and time again with any subject for any vocabulary that you are asking them to study.

    Each page provides space for 5 words. Students will write each terms to be studied and a definition. (Option: If appropriate to the lesson(s), you can assign students to write synonyms or antonyms on the last line as there is plenty of space to do that!)

    Use for Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Math – ANY SUBJECT!

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    6 Main Parts of the Brain – Human Anatomy Nomenclature Cards – This resource will help students learn and study the following parts of the brain: frontal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, temporal lobe, cerebellum and the medulla oblongata.

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    Respiratory System – Human Anatomy Nomenclature Cards – This resource will help students learn and study the location of the following parts of the respiratory system: left lung, right lung, diaphragm, bronchi, bronchioles, alveoli, sinus cavity, nose, throat, larynx, trachea, and pleura. There are also 4 extra diagrams with no labels for you to use as you wish…such as give to students to have them color in and label the cards for themselves!

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    Hand, Arm & Food – Human Anatomy Nomenclature Cards – This resource will help students learn and study the location of the following parts of body parts: Hand (palm, thumb, index, middle, ring, pinky, fingernails, wrist; Arm (elbow, forearm, wrist, upper arm, shoulder); Foot (sole, ball, toes, ankle, toenails, heel); Leg (thigh, knee, calf, shin, kneecap, hip).

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  • Elementary Study of Insects - Downloadable copy
    $12.00

    This is a downloadable copy of the book.
    About the book: This book was written in 1923 by Leonard Haseman and can be a good tool to use when beginning to study insects.

     

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  • Insect Minibook for students
    $2.00

    Help your students learn about insects with their very own 12 page mini-book! This is a perfect tool to use as a study aid as it includes important facts about insects such as…the four things all insects must have: 3 body parts, 2 antennae, 6 jointed legs and an exoskeleton. This little book will also give examples of creepy crawlies that are not insects, how some insects have 1 or 2 pair of wings, how some are helpful and some are harmful. At the very end of the book, students are asked to draw their favorite insect.

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    Parts of a Volcano – Nomenclature Cards – This resource will help students learn and study the various parts of a volcano: ash cloud, magma, parasitic cone, lava & ash layers, side vent, crater, pyroclastic flow, lava flow, volcanic bombs, main vent, and magma chamber.

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  • Anatomy Coloring Book for 5th - 12th Grades
    $9.99

    This 68 page anatomy coloring book has been designed for 5th-12th grade classrooms (Health, Science, Biology).

    Categories:

    • DNA
    • Cell
    • Digestive System
    • Skeletal System
    • Nervous System
    • Circulatory System
    • Respiratory System
    • Urinary System
    • Integumentary System
    • Muscular System
    • Endocrine System
    • Reproductive System
    • Lymphatic System
    • Auditory System
    • Visual System

     

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    This resource will help students learn the 8 phases of the moon: new moon, waxing moon, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning gibbous, last quarter and waning crescent.

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    This is a small (15 page) old handout to help students learn basics about insects and how to mount them when creating an insect collection.

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  • Science Assessment - Quiz - Plant Cell Organelles and Structures
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    The resource is a 15 question quiz that will assess student understanding of the following structures / organelles of a plant cell: cell wall, mitochondria, chloroplast, cell membrane, vacuole, Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, rough endoplasmic reticulum w/ ribosomes, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, nucleus, nucleolus, peroxisome, cytoskeleton

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    This resource, Earth’s Layers – Nomenclature Cards, will help your students learn the names of the layers of the Earth: upper mantle, lower mantle, outer core, inner core, and crust.

    I’ve also included a set of blank cards for students to use and label themselves!

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    This is a Science lab during which students will…

    • – Learn the parts of a compound light microscope and their functions
    • – Learn to calculate the magnification
    • – Learn how to make a wet mount slide
    • – Learn to use the microscope
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    A graphic organizer, also known as knowledge map, concept map, story map, cognitive organizer, advance organizer, or concept diagram, is a communication tool that uses visual symbols to express knowledge, concepts, thoughts, or ideas, and the relationships between them.

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    This resource,The Heart – Human Anatomy Nomenclature Cards, help students learn and study the location of the parts of the heart: pulmonary veins, aorta, vena cava, pulmonary artery, septum, valves, left ventricle, left atrium, right ventricle and right atrium.
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    Designed for 4th-8th grade, students will love playing this hands-on game as they…

    • – deliver oxygen and food to the cells
    • – have oxygen and carbon dioxide ‘ride’ on red blood cells
    • – circulate red blood cells throughout the body – through the circulatory system (arteries and veins)

    The first team to get all their oxygen to the cells, all the food to the cells, all the wastes to the kidneys and all the carbon dioxides to the lungs, wins the game!

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