Skullduggery: A Case of Cranium Confusion
The NeuroExplorers find themselves creeping around the Skull Caves at Calicoon, helping Professor Ottzinger to find the skull of the Mishigara Man and clear the Professor’s name! The Skullduggery storybook is an integrated component of the Brain Comparisons teaching unit.
Using Heat from the Sun
How do we get hot water to use in our homes? What if we didn’t have electricity or fuel to heat water? Lead your students in this discovery activity to demonstrate how energy from sunlight can heat water. The activity may be used with the student storybook, Mr. Slaptail's Curious Contraption.
BioEd is pleased to offer K-1: The Senses curriculum unit. The student storybook, Making Sense! is a great way to introduce very young students to the five senses. The teacher’s guide, containing nine hands-on, integrated activities, allows students to learn how the brain and senses work together.
Think Like an Engineer
Get your students to Think Like an Engineer with this STEM after-school unit. Students complete hands-on challenges to learn about the engineering design process.