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High School Science with Mrs Lau: Creative Lessons and Clip Art
High School Biology and Chemistry Teacher Lessons and Science Clip Art
High School Biology and Chemistry Teacher Lessons and Science Clip Art
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Teaching about Karyotypes and Chromosomes
My students have always been fascinated with karyotypes.  I usually teach about karyotypes right after  long unit on cellular respiration and photosynthesis, right before I get into mitosis and meiosis.  Students often have a lot of misconceptions about chr...
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Giving Back Event December 14th! All earnings from sales will be donated to the Salvation Army.
I am joining Nitty Gritty Science and many other sellers in a holiday Giving Back event on December 14th!   One hundred percent of my sales on December 14th, 2014, will be going to the Salvation Army in Camden, NJ.  They do so much for the community in Camd...
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CYBER Sale: Sunday-Wednesday, Save 20%! If you shop Monday-Tuesday, save 28% with the promo code TPTCYBER
Kick off the cyber shopping season by picking a few things off your own wish list!  All of my resources, including bundles that are already great deals, will be 20% off! Here are a few resources you might want to check out! My favorite way to teach cell tra...
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Subscribe to my store/blog update mailing list and get exclusive freebies, just for subscribers!
Many of you already know that I head a free monthly newsletter just for secondary science teachers (sign up here!) This once-a-month newsletter is a collaborative effort and there are several other science teachers who have joined me to make it a great succ...
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Teaching about Cell Transport - Animations and Other Resources
Teaching Cell Transport is one of my favorite topics to teach.  Usually it's late October and my students have gotten through biochemistry and the organelles and are wondering how it all fits together.  Watching the light bulbs in my students' heads go on w...
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Teaching About Viruses: Web Resources and a Reading Lesson
With all of the Ebola and Enterovirus news lately, I created a list of web resources for teachers looking for accurate information and teaching resources on viruses.   Flu Resources: Here is a great NPR video that shows how the flu virus infects our cells. ...
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