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|Title (Click to View)||Description|
| Classification of Living Organisms
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This presentation contains information about many kinds of living organisms. It begins with classification of all types of living organisms describing the domains all the way down to the species. It gives characteristics of the major groups of animals, giving examples and photos of many.
| Animal Protection Strategies
||Students will learn the many different ways animals protect themselves: camouflage, mimicry, protective coloration, venom, poison, antlers, and horns.|
||This “Insects 101” presentation discusses the body parts of insects, what they eat, how they protect themselves, different types of insects, why insects are important and much more.|
| Metamorphosis of Butterflies
||Learn about the fascinating lifecycle of butterflies and moths. Larvae, pupae (chrysalis or cocoon), and adults are covered in this presentation.|
| Metamorphosis of Frog
||Students will learn about the lifecycle of frogs including eggs and tadpoles in various stages.|
| Complete and Incomplete Metamorphosis
||Learn the difference between Complete and Incomplete Metamorphosis of Insects in this presentation. Larvae, pupae, and nymphs are discussed. See examples of insects that go through each type of metamorphosis.|
||Learn about the different parts of plants and their functions, how we use plants, photosynthesis, seeds and how they are dispersed and much more.|
||This presentation covers the different types of pollinators and pollination strategies used by flowers.|
||This presentation discusses the layers of the Earth, plate tectonics, the types of rocks and how they form, and the Rock cycle. See photos of rocks in their natural settings in many parts of the United States.|
||Learn about the water cycle, cloud types, sundogs and rainbows, precipitation, lightning and storm systems.|
| Moon Phases
||Students will learn about the Earth’s rotation and revolution (day, month, and year) and see examples of the 8 Moon phases. There is also information about solar and lunar eclipses and even a comet.|