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This resource provides a labelled diagram of the respiratory system. 

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This resource describes four types of chemical bonds; ionic bonds, covalent bonds, polar covalent bonds and hydrogen bonds. Beside each description is an illustration.

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This activity uses the life of Florence Nightingale to introduce an activity about representing data.

This resource describes experiments which students can do to demonstrate the blind spot in their visual field. A discussion follows the experiments.

This reading describes the main features of frogs, with illustrations.

This picture book is designed to teach young children about bees.

This reading explains the human circulatory system.

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This lesson introduces students to the space environment. It covers the major differences between the environment on Earth and that of outer space. This lesson challenges them to think about how their bodies would change and adapt in the unique environment of space.

Students explore the outermost planets of our solar system: Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. They also learn about characteristics of Pluto and its interactions with Neptune. Students learn a little about the history of space travel as well as the different technologies that engineers develop to make space travel and scientific discovery possible.

 

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Students are introduced to the basic known facts about the universe, and how engineers help us explore the many mysteries of space. 

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A biome is an area with a specific climate and the life forms that live together. Biomes can be divided into deserts, grasslands, rain forests, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, tundra and aquatic environments. This resource describes the desert biome.

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A biome is an area with a specific climate and the life forms that live together. Biomes can be divided into deserts, grasslands, rain forests, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, tundra and aquatic environments. This resource describes the deciduous forest biome.
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This resource describes the life cycle of butterflies and moths and compares the two. Several illustrations accompany the explanations.

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This resource provides a brief history of Albert Einstein, his discoveries and his inventions.

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