Variations on a Human Face
Flip coins to determine the traits of offspring and use a chart showing human facial features to draw the offspring. Features include shape of the face, freckles, hair color, dimples, widows peak and other specific traits found in humans. This is intended for learning genetics and the principle of segregation and independent assortment.
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Bonding – Science Poster
Our Bonding Poster is part of our Science series. This excellent learning tool is divided into 3 sections covering Ionic Bonding, Covalent Bonding, and Metallic Bonding. Each section provides students with valuable information and well-constructed diagrams to help them understand Bonding.
Plant Transport – Science Poster
Our Plant Transport Poster is part of our Science series. The detailed, easy to understand poster provides a large image of a plant in the form of a diagram. It provides important facts regarding transpiration, translocation, xylem tissue, root hair cells, phloem tissue, and stomata. The poster considers the factors affecting the rate of transpiration which include light intensity, temperature, air flow, and humidity.
Gas Laws: Where it all Began
I love Gas Laws Demo Day! Setting up the fussy diffusion demo. Gas Laws demos are so fun and easy to do. This is where it all began for me back in my second year of teaching when I started using demos in my chemistry classes. I learned how to crush a can using a Bunsen burner and a bucket of ice; from that moment on I was hooked. Ever since that second year of teaching, I like to do “Gas Laws Demo Day” to showcase several ways to see the relationships between temperature, pressure, and…