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FB0765 - $34.70
You can hardly ignore, and scarcely avoid, a group that comprises 75% of all animals on Earth! This remarkable, totally hands-on activity kit uses simple, inexpensive models to introduce students to the diverse world of arthropods. Each of the major...
FB1877 - $26.55
Three exciting and easy-to-play games in one! A fun and effective way to teach students the characteristics of eight different animal phyla, including three classes of arthropods and six chordate classes. Students can play Classification Concentration,...
FB1565 - $26.55
Caminalcules are attention getting, imaginary organisms created by the late Joseph Camin. The unique organisms, with their strange anatomy, have stimulated a series of clever activities related to classification and phylogenetic relationships. First,...
FB1783 - $72.05
What do biologists, librarians, and even store owners have in common? All of them need to group objects together for convenience, to classify material! Keeping track of more than 2.5 million living organisms is a daunting task for biologists-and for...
FB1789 - $38.85
Introduce your students to the six Kingdoms through the process of classification. Students view a set of illustrated cards and use simple, dichotomous keys to determine the appropriate Kingdom and phylum for each individual organism. In the process...
FB0475 - $63.05
Students will learn all the key principles of classification as they work with the hands-on materials in this kit. Common nuts, bolts, and screws are the objects to be classified! Students will be guided step by step as they develop their own dichotomous...
FB1759 - $25.90
Identifying living organisms is an essential skill in life science. Build a solid foundation for further study of living organisms using this concept attainment activity. Kit includes 20 cards with examples of both living organisms and nonliving material....
FB1797 - $56.85
Use this engaging game to help students learn how organisms are related in a food chain or web. Students will view illustrations of more than 120 organisms, study their characteristics, and determine “who eats whom” as they assemble a food chain from...
FB1805 - $39.45
An exciting and informative game to help students learn about food chains, food webs and habitats! Students will use a deck of “creature cards” and follow the basic rules of the very popular game-Texas Hold 'Em-to learn more about “who eats whom” in...
FB1821 - $5.05
An exciting and informative game to help students learn about food chains, food webs and habitats! Students will use a deck of “creature cards” and follow the basic rules of the very popular game-Texas Hold 'Em-to learn more about “who eats whom” in...
FB0476 - $16.40
Fictitious organisms, the Norits from the planet Norad, provide an excellent and motivating first experience in the use of a dichotomous key. The unique and unfamiliar structures possessed by the Norits create interest as students use the provided...
FB0489 - $47.40
Students will be amazed to learn that a plant can be classified just by looking at its seeds! The size, shape, color and other characteristics are unique for each species. Students will be involved with hands-on activities that include classification...
FB0490 - $55.00
Twenty-six real tree leaves have been collected and assembled into this extraordinary kit. Studies include: classifying objects, identifying leaves using a simple key, creating leaf art, and leaf morphology and adaptation. The kit includes 26 separately...
FB1601 - $45.05
Wildflowers are everywhere-in every shape, size and color! There are over 15,000 species in the United States and Canada alone-how can these wildflowers be classified? In this laboratory activity, students will distinguish and classify nine different...
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