Living Things Interact with Their Environment Resources
This is a database of dinosaur information. Students can search
by time period, body type or location.
the Environment This inquiry-based learning site,
supported by NASA, presents environmental earth science lessons.
From the National Audobon Society. Includes access to field
guides for more than 4800 species of plants and animals.
World/Busch Gardens Animal Information Database
This site includes animal information, educational resources,
Planet This website is an online version of the touring
exhibit by the Smithsonian Institute. "This exhibition
reminds us that in ways we may never have even considered,
we're all seafarers, and it offers us ways to become more
seaworthy--to think about what everyone can do to conserve
the Ocean Planet."
Anatomy -- Bartleby.com This online edition
of the classic book includes illustrations and is searchable
Things This site includes information about many living
things including animals and plants.
Is Photosynthesis This site includes a wealth of information
This site is based on a biology book of the same name. It
is highly interactive and attractive and is separated into
life science units.
Dissection Worried about dissection? Think it is nasty,
gross, and...ewww? Examine a frog and dissect it on the net.
No nasty smells, no guts...just you and your keyboard.
Journey North This annual Internet-based journey
provides students with an exciting way to study wildlife migration
and seasonal change.
2: A Case Study This inquiry-based activity has students
asking the question: "Where do I stand on the issue of
Genetics: A Worldwide Search for the Dominant Trait
A collaborative project in which students will be given the
opportunity to study genetics in the same manner that scientists
Geographic WildWorld At this site, students
can learn up-to-date information about the most rare and endangered
areas in the world.
Great Plant Escape This site "introduces students
to plant science and increases their understanding of how
foods grow. Activities enhance student's math, science, language
arts, social studies, music and art."--University of