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Why Do Leaves Change Color?
Category: Science
Tags: why do leaves change color fall foliage autumn foliage why leaves change color

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The following video's from the crew at Untamed Science where you'll find lots of free science videos. Check this site's Science page for additional science resources including blog posts, free downloads, and links to free science courses and learning material. 

And enjoy the beauty and splendor of autumn with some additional free resources: 

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Body Systems and other Health Topics
Category: Science
Tags: body systems for kids human body systems body systems worksheets body systems and organs

At KidsHealth there are a number of health lessons, games, and worksheets for pre-school through high school, covering topics on the human body, personal health (fitness, nutrition, hygiene, etc.), and health problems. There are: 

Other Sites:

Build A Body: Drag and drop body parts into the correct positions.

GetBodySmart: Organ Systems Interactive

BBC Human Body Interactives

Energy Balance Pre-K: Downloadable lessons about nutrition and physical activity.

Teen Health Literacy: CK-12 Flexbook on nutrition, physical activity, drug abuse and reproduction.

Human Body Textbook: Teacher's site with online sections of Prentice Hall textbook; Powerpoints; and assignments.

Harcourt Health Diagrams: Grades K - 6

Health Interactives: e-lessons from e-Learning for Kids.

GetBodySmart: Animations on human anatomy and physiology.

Web Adventures - Drugs: Effects of substance abuse on the body.

Web Adventures - Alcohol: Effects on body systems.

Downloads:  

All About Cells
Category: Science
Tags: cell function cell pictures cell biology cell organelles cell kids science science websites life sciences

If you're doing life science with your middle schoolers this year, these sites can help:

Science-Class.netMany free science resources for elementary and middle-school grades. The section on cells features activities and labs, slideshows, games and quizzes, and links to interactives and other resources. 

Biology CornerAnother site with many lesson plans, worksheets and activities focusing on anatomy, biology and physics. The section on cells features lab activities, study guides, and interactive lessons.

Cells Are UsFree middle-school curriculum with five instructional units. More emphasis is placed on cell functions, (rather than structure), and includes activities.

Cells AliveInteractive illustrations of animal, plant and bacteria cells. View the site's BioCams to see cells growing. Downloadable worksheets are also available.

Making Cell Models: Links to instructions for making cell models using all kinds of materials, including clay, Karo syrupjello, and more jello

Cell Download: Instructional slides from a teacher's site featuring information on cell theory, cell cycle, cellular respiration, cell similarities, cell structure and function.



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