Awesome Science Teacher Resources

The Biology Corner
Provides biology and science resources including lessons, quizzes, labs, web quests for teachers and students. (Rader)
Provides information on cell structure, cell function, microorganisms, plants, invertebrates, vertebrates and animal studies with activities and quizes.
The complete guide to over 4800 North American plants and animals. Offers many other activities, including nature watch and outdoor explorer. : All the best science & math activities
A group of science museums are gathering the best STEM education materials from the the web, and encouraging educators to both use and contribute to the growing collection.

Interactive Frog Dissection
Detailed, interactive instructions on how to dissect a frog, complete with video and photos.

National Geographic Education
Creates best-in-class projects, experiences, and programs that teach kids about the world and how it works. This site includes daily ideas, a inteactive globe, teaching resources, reference and news, and mapping.

What is Photosynthesis?
Arizona State University (ASU) Photosynthesis Center offers resource listings for photosynthesis, both Global photosynthesis resources and Educational resources.

The Yuckiest site on the Internet
Fun educational activities about health and "yucky things," such as worms and cockroaches.


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Fax: 218-726-7481
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