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This paper describes a course designed to enhance the numeracy of biology and pre-medical students.
This is an inquiry based learning unit which engages pupils with engineering by inviting them to participate in a design challenge concerning the transport of water.
This lesson introduces students to the eating relationships between plants and animals. It describes food webs and illustrates examples of food chains in the marine context.
This resource outlines a curriculum for kindergarten science.
This resource explains how bees make honey.
Students learn about energy and nutrient flow in the aquatic environment. They learn about food chains and food webs, seeing the interdependence between producers, consumers and decomposers.
This chart describes the ocean's zones. An activity follows.
This reading provides information about different animals that live in the Arctic.
This reading introduces the cat family, from domestic cats to big cats like lions and tigers.
This reading discusses different methods of pollination.
This article describes the aquatic food web.
These images show animals that live in the rainforest.
In this activity, students learn about food chains and the role of endangered species in ecosystems.
This resource introduces the concept of photosynthesis.
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