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What exactly is a plant? Students investigate the characteristics of plants. They also learn about different types of plants.
The Earth has many natural resources humans use every day. Students also investigate the difference between renewable and nonrenewable resources.
Water has many everyday uses. Students get a glimpse of all the uses of water and explore its basic characteristics.
Trees, plants, algae, and phytoplankton all do it. Learn about photosynthesis, the process that powers the world, in this animated video.
Human actions can have positive and negative impacts on Earth. Students will learn ways to make sure they help preserve the Earth.
Investigates plant reproduction: concepts, terminology, types of reproduction, pollination, and seed development and germination. Includes questions, review, and a quiz.
Students will learn practices for keeping the Earth healthy. The video distinguishes between unstainable and sustainable practices.
What is biodiversity? Students explore the concept of biodiversity as it applies to a wide range of ecosystems on Earth.
Flowers are everywhere. Students define what a flower is and the parts that make up a flower. They also learn the importance of flowering plants in daily life.
Students learn the different parts of trees. They also investigate the difference between the terms deciduous and coniferous. Explore the reasons trees are important parts of the environment.
How does organic farming differ from other methods? A team explores soil conditions, water availability, climate, and different techniques.
Experience a spring awakening in the Sonoran desert. Segment of video from Wild Chronicles Series.
Students explore the diversity of plants and the important characteristics they have in common. The importance of plants in everyday life is stressed. Terminology includes oxygen, fruits, vegetables, seeds, and spores.
Living and nonliving things make up the world. Students will learn how living things interact with each other and with nonliving things in an ecosystem.
Students explore the life cycle of plants. This video discusses the process of plant development from a small seed to a mature plant.
Produced by the American Geosciences Institute, this segment provides an overview of the biosphere and its components. Additional discussions include how humans are impacting the biosphere. Part of the "Visions of Earth" series.
Highlights the origins, characteristics, and uses of many kinds of igneous and metamorphic rocks, noting their differences. Concludes with a quiz.
A mother and child plant a rainbow of colors in their flower garden. Based on the children's book by Lois Ehlert.
Scientists and researchers are working to understand the possible effects of Antarctic ice melt on global processes. Some areas that might be impacted include currents, water chemistry, and biological balance.
Explains why Earth is precious and how it is being damaged. Special attention is paid to how individuals can conserve natural resources and care for the planet.
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Resources to teach younger students about animals
A collection containing 58 resources, curated by DIAGRAM Center
Biology related concepts
A collection containing 59 resources, curated by Benetech