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This resource is a collection of free resources for students and teachers, including animations, short films, articles,... see more

This is a free textbook that is offered by Amazon for reading on a Kindle. Anybody can read Kindle books—even without a... see more

This is a free iTunes download textbook. Designed to give students a deep understanding of the central topics of... see more

This is a website that shows the main parts of the earthworm anatomy.

This interactive is designed to engage students in thinking critically about how science works. They can use the tool to... see more

These activities help students understand roots and stems, photosynthesis, gymnosperms, angiosperms, plants with seeds,... see more

In this animation lesson, students will examine the classic experiments on spontaneous generation performed by Francesco... see more

This interactive presentation allows students to explore how human evolution is studied using a scientific process. An... see more

This site contains a video about how to use the microscope, a quiz, and a virtual practice lab exercise. (USA) is an official government website designed to accelerate the use of crowdsourcing and Citizen... see more

This is a tutorial for starting a composting area at home. This site will inform the user of what goes in and what does... see more

This is a site with biology quizzes for elemetary school students. This material is correct for this age group.

'Frog Dissection from Punflay, is a greener alternative for teaching dissection in the classroom. This iPad app is... see more

This website is an information index of processes in biology, chemistry, genetics, nutrition or many other science... see more

This is a video describing how the process of science does not follow the normal linear process that is usually... see more

The resources include minds-on, hands-on activities and remote ready minds-on analysis and discussion activities for... see more

Fly in Space is excellent example of an Open Science Children's Story about two fruit flys born on earth and raised in... see more

Incorporate botany in your classroom with these lessons and printables on trees, flowers, ferns, molds, and mosses. There... see more

The game is played in the same manner as jeopardy, except the only topic covered is Biology.

Learn how to study biology effectively. Improve your biology study skills for high school and college. Explore biology... see more

Through this series of time lapse films, artist and fourth generation farmer Matthew Moore chronicled the food that he... see more

From art and gardening to conservation and wellness, Mt. Cuba Center offers a wide range of learning opportunities for... see more

This is an interview with Whitney Menefee in Biology. She uses OERs to build resources for her students.