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Discusses the types of animals.

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This reading introduces students to the four classes of macromolecules: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids, and describes the function of each.

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This reading introduces students to types of cells, their key parts, and their importance in the organization of organisms.

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This reading provides an introduction to botany.

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This reading describes the parts of an animal cell and their functions, as well as the role of DNA.

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This lesson introduces students to insects.

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This lesson introduces students to the process of photosynthesis and teaches students about the parts of a plant that are involved in photosynthesis. 

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This diagram demonstrates the life cycle of a butterfly.

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This resource describes Mendel''s experiments with genetics.

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This resource provides a brief overview of animal and plant cells and discusses some of their similarities and differences.

 

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In this experiment, students plant seeds under different conditions and examine the effects that light and air have on green plants.

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This resource provides a labelled diagram of the respiratory system. 

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This lesson plan introduces Charles Darwin and his theory of evolution.

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

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