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Model natural selection and explore the genetics behind color vision. What selective pressures affect vision?

Students will learn about real-world issues involved in making conservation plans to save endangered species.

Why do birds migrate? Visualize and explore the connectedness of organisms within and across ecosystems.

What are the different layers in a rainforest? Learn about them with a fun Jungle Layers song!

Visit the Gouldian finches in the Color of Life exhibit and discover how their head color relates to behavior.

Explore seaweed and learn about this important producer in this hands-on, culinary activity!

Could you describe the kelp forest food web as a system?

In this role-playing skit your students will describe the various processes of the water cycle in the Amazon.

Learn what it takes to develop, grow and consume some of the foods and water we need.

Why does some trash change, while other garbage stays the same?

Featuring over 40 activities, this guide will get your students outside throughout the year!

Learn about adaptation by creating an insect that can survive in a specific habitat!

By building an edible polyp, you'll learn about coral anatomy and discover if it's a plant or an animal.

How does the digestive system of a zebra differ from that of a buffalo?

Discover the part of the leaf that allows for gas exchange!

Learn about what macroinvertebrates live in your school yard!

Show off your Manor, and make it more appealing to a diversity of macroinvertebrates!

If you know the rules to the card game Go Fish, you can easily learn how insects undergo metamorphosis.

How can you make learning fractions fun? By building a colony of adorable penguins!

With just a few supplies from home, you can make a twisty set of bongo antelope horns in a heartbeat.

Through scientific sketching, you can identify patterns in traits shared by a species and get to know variation.

These mockingbirds have an interesting history: can you construct their evolutionary relationship using logic?

How much freshwater was used to produce your meal today?

How does an animal's shape and color affect what habitat they live in?

Students use their balancing and group skills to protect their Emperor penguin egg in harsh conditions.

Practice ratios and create scale models to compare sizes between the largest animals.

Use observation skills to find "opposites" within aquarium animals.

Investigate why flowers have different shapes and colors.

Students head outside to look closely for patterns of leaves in a shady environment vs. a sunny environment.

Learn how you and your students can help protect primates.

Observations inspire scientific questions and drive discoveries. Explore seasonal primary productivity on Earth!

In this active model, students will simulate sugar molecule production to store energy—using ping pong balls!

Expand your vocabulary in this creative brainstorming activity.

Chew, Bite, Chop into a yummy lesson!

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