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166 resources with the concept eggs

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For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Young biologists learn about reproduction through a four-part, Nature League video series. Hosted by Britt Garner, the collection explores sexual and asexual reproduction, the importance of genetic diversity, adaptations, epigenetics,...
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Try These Egg-citing Activities to Celebrate Better Breakfast Month!

For Teachers Pre-K - 3rd
Have some fun with eggs while learning the health benefits they provide.
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Eggs'ceptional Experiments

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Students see evidence of chemical reaction and follow the scientific method to hypothesize, observe, and reach conclusions. They conduct a series of egg based experiments such as forming crystals and complete journal activities as a...
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The Thrush's Nest

For Teachers 1st - 3rd
A gorgeous collection of slides follows the changes within the nest of a thrush over a month's time. Beginning with a single egg on March 15th, frequent photographs looking down into the nest are displayed. Finally, on April 14th, the...
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Egg Layer Game Show

For Teachers Pre-K - K
It's time for the Egg Layer Game Show. The chickens help the contestant answer simple addition problems. Problems include: 2+1 and 3+3.
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Food Allergies: Grades 9-12

For Teachers 9th - 12th
New ReviewImagine life without PB&J's! For some, it isn't a question of want but a question of life and death. High schoolers investigate food allergies and develop presentations that inform others about symptoms of allergic reactions...
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The Fate of Calcium Carbonate

For Students K - 5th Standards
Soften up an egg. Learners use vinegar to test for calcium carbonate in an egg shell and an antacid tablet and compare the reaction with vinegar to the reaction with water. In a second experiment, class members break down an egg shell...
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Food Allergies: Grades 6-8

For Teachers 6th - 8th Standards
Over two lessons, scholars use articles and discussions to define what a food allergy is and identify the most common food allergens. Small groups prepare a skit showcasing how the body exhibits an allergic reaction. Learners examine...
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Call of the Wild: Grades K-4

For Teachers K - 4th Standards
The sound a frog makes lets people know what it's up to. A two-part instructional activity begins by discussing the life cycle of a frog and the individual stages with drawings. The second part has learners listen to the frogs' different...
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Pasta Butterfly

For Teachers K - 2nd
From an egg to an adult and the stages in between, the butterfly leads a very active life. A hands-on activity has learners act out the different life cycle stages of the butterfly before venturing on an identification expedition. During...
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Bloomin' Butterflies

For Teachers K - 12th
Get an up close and personal look at the metamorphosis of the butterfly. Pupils take ownership of their learning by collecting butterfly eggs, building a cage, and raising them to adulthood. The lesson resource provides instructions for...
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Butterfly Book

For Teachers 3rd - 5th
Journaling is a great tool for processing information. Budding scientists build their own butterfly journals from their observations in a butterfly garden. The lesson challenges them to identify different stages of the life of the...
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3 Egg-cellently Weird Science Experiments

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Have you ever seen an egg bounce? Three interesting and simple hands-on experiments with eggs teach basic concepts about chemical reactions. First, participants cook an egg in alcohol to learn about denaturing proteins. Then, they watch...
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Specialized Chromosomes Determine Gender

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Are you an XX or an XY? Budding scientists learn about cellular fertilization and the determination of gender in a thorough online lesson. They follow their study with a set of interactive reflection questions.
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Sex Cells Have One Set of Chromosomes; Body Cells Have Two

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
What's the difference between body cells and sex cells? Learners explore the question and the process of meiosis using an interactive lesson. An animation describes the discovery of meiosis and describes its phases for a detailed and...
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Sex Safari - Field Trip

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
A field trip to study reproductive behavior of big game is a great set up for big-time learning! Part two of a four-part Reproduction video series takes viewers up close and personal with the animal residents of a wildlife preserve in...
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Investigating Osmosis in Chickens' Eggs

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
You might not be able to learn through osmosis, but you sure can observe it! Scholars observe and measure osmosis using chicken eggs. They control for multiple variables to determine which variables have an impact and how the impact...
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For Students 7th - 12th Standards
Why do siblings often look so different from one another? Discover the process of making gametes using a short video from a large biology playlist. The narrator explains each step while animated chromatids play out the scenario that...
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An Egg-Citing Ride

For Teachers K - 8th
Wheeeee! Young thrill seekers build a bungee jump—not for themselves, though, but for an egg. The egg must fall from a height of five feet and rebound within two inches of the ground or floor.
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What is a Complete Breakfast?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Start your day—and your class—off right with an interesting video about breakfast! The resource, part of the American Chemical Society's Reactions series, tackles the most important meal of the day. The narrator explains what makes for a...
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Egg Experiment to Demonstrate Inertia

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Can you make a stopped egg spin again without touching it? A Veritasium video attempts to do this using inertia. It discusses the differences between attempts with hard-boiled and raw eggs. It explains the science of inertia and opens up...
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Sperm and Eggs Cells

For Students 6th - 12th
A human egg cell measures more than 30 times the size of a human sperm cell. An engaging video in the Fuse School playlist discusses the differences between sperm and egg cells. It highlights the reasons for the differences as they come...
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Everything You Never Wanted to Know About Snail Sex

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Birds do it, bees do it ... and snails do their own strange form of it. Discover the awkward encounter between hermaphrodite snails that ultimately results in sexual reproduction. The narrator of the short video explains the purpose for...
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These Fish Are All About Sex on the Beach

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
Here's an unusual approach to ensuring the survival of a species! Introduce young biologists to the California grunion, a fish that mates on land rather than in the water. The video shows how grunion make use of time and the tide to...