Cells Alive!

Cells Alive How Big interactive - see size comparisons of a human hair, a dust mite, pollen, bacteria, and viruses

  The Cells Alive!  website is a great resource for biology teachers and home educators covering cell biology. One of the most unique features of this site — which can be used for elementary through college students — is the How Big? interactive.  Zoom in to see the relative sizes of a pin head, a…

Habits of the Heart

Habits of the Heart: http://www.smm.org/heart/

  If you are teaching life science or biology, Habits of the Heart by the Science Museum of Minnesota is a valuable resource for your studies of the cardiopulmonary system.  The heart is studied in detail, with a labeled diagram and a couple different animations that show the location of the heart in the chest (with a virtual…

Animal Diversity Web

Animal Diversity Web: http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/

If you haven’t already explored this website, you’ve been missing out!  Animal Diversity Web is an online “encyclopedia for exploring biodiversity” created and maintained by the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. The main feature of this expansive site is articles on animal species, most with pictures, some with sounds, and ALL with detailed classification…



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