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You be the ecologist
Food chains interactive

This website allows you to create food chains.

Food chains

You be the Cell Biologists
The cell theory and history

This video introduces us to the cell theory and it's history.

Parts of the cells rap

The rap helps you to learn the parts of the cell as an overview.

Parts of the cell slide show

This video focuses on the function of the organelles.

Levels of organization

This website shows the levels of organization.

Exploring the parts of the cell

Interactive cell

This website allows you to interact with cell.

Cell quiz

Check out your memory. Practice matching the names of organelles to the sketches and their functions.

Understanding Science
The scientific method

This website provides a quick visual representation of the steps for the scientific method.

Overview of measurement song

This song provides a quick, yet fun way to remember the different forms of measurement.

Microscope practice

This website allows you to test you knowledge of the parts of a microscope.

Microscope tour

This is a great way to practice using a microscope online.

What's in your pond?

This website shows you a microscopic view of some of the organisms that may live within a pond.

Types of Graphs Review

This website is a preview of five of the types of graphs and plots: bar graph, line graph, line plot, circle graph (pie chart), and the stem and leaf plot. These are great tools for displaying your evidence and helping you to analyze the data from your experiments.

Measures of central tendency song (mean, median, and mode)

This song shows the steps of finding the measures of central tendency. These measures are the mean (average), median (middle number when the numbers are in numerical order) and the mode( the one that is the most seen).

The scientific method song

This is a catchy method for getting acquainted to the scientific method. Just remember that the scientific method can be shown in many formats. Within our class we will be using the following:

Ask a question


Form a hypothesis

Test the hypothesis

Analyze the results

Draw conclusions

Communicate the results