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A look at the function of many different parts in different members of the animal kingdom.
We look at questions that many school-aged children have on their minds. The questions are so simple, but many of have them.
Bacteria and Viruses
The super small living things that are almost equally as helpful to humans as they are harmful.
The Carbon Cycle
We look at all the processes that are involved in recycling this vital element for living things.
Characteristics of Living Things
Meet some of the most primitive and complex organisms on the planet. We discuss the differences between living and non-living things.
When compounds or mixtures come in contact with one another electron transfer can make a ton of different cool things happen.
Data collection is one of the fundamental processes in this subject area. We work on getting it right the first time.
One the four main branches. We need to spend some time on understand the planet we inhabit.
Explore all six layers of this collection of gases that helps keep living things safe and protected.
Earth's Tilt and Seasons
Because the Earth axis is tile it has hug consequences for all parts of the planet.
We explore the natural and some unnatural ecological changes to a community over time.
Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures
We explore all these different classifications of matter and explain the differences for you.
Examine animals that are rare in nature and often forced to be in captivity to allow the species to continue on.
Farms and Farming
Where does your food come from? Learn how we create most of the human food supply.
Forms of Reproduction
Survey how different organisms make copies of themselves to keep their species going.
Inspect all the layers of the past and what dead organisms and substances can tell us about that past.
These aren't your everyday birds, in fact, there aren't many birds in here at all. You would be amazed by some of the animals that can take flight.
Graphing In Science
An important skill in many disciplines, but we specifically focus on how graphing can be used to help you solve problems.
We have all of the people that shaped history in a major way here in here including: Bell, Biro, Edison, Ginsburg, Ford, Gutenberg, Whitney, Morse, Ben Franklin, The Wright Brothers
Often overlooked, this is how we collect data that will help us better understand what we are examining. It's probably important to know we can do it best and how to stay safe doing it.
Mitosis and Meiosis
How do body cells and sex cells make copy of themselves? These are the processes you need to know.
North American Animals
There are some animals that often slip our mind and we take for granted that are right in our backyards. We take a look at those animals in this section.
We take a look at some really cool critters that are in that big, blue mystery. Includes: Sharks, Whales, Rays, Octopi, Dolphins, Jellyfish, Crabs, Coral, Seals, and Sea Turtles
What lives in the ocean? What are the key dynamics and physics behind oceans? For instance, "Where do waves come from?"
The organism that doesn't move much, if ever, but can make their own food. Don't think I'd move much if I could make my own pizza without doing so.
This section tries to answer some common questions that many have about the return of water to planet Earth. These are things that we often take for granted like rainbows.
Did you know that over half of the world's plant and animal species live in rainforest areas, but rainforest only covers 2% of the Earth surface area?
The revolutionaries who shaped the world and technology as we know it. Einstein, Galileo, Darwin, Newton, Hubble, Maxwell, Kepler, Pasteur, Dirac, and Fischer
Get very detailed with your understanding of these great structures left all over the Earth.
We look at the essential compound of life. We examine the chemistry, commercial, and common properties and applications of Hydrogen Dioxide.
Created by the sun and the heat shifts created by warming weather affects all of us every single day.
How To Do Better In Science Class
Science is a daunting subject even for intelligent students. It is not just about the concepts that the scientists have passed down over the years. A good understanding is required for the reasoning behind each scientific theory makes a difference in your results.
What makes science so complex? In a typical textbook, you may find chapters from all branches of science, such as biology, chemistry, and physics. These branches are not just branches; they are whole new dimensions. The deeper you probe, the clearer the bigger picture gets. Studying science requires some extra tips and tricks, unlike other subjects. Here are eight secrets on how to study science effectively.
Seven Tips To Improve In Science At School
1. Go prepared for the class
Science is just like a pandora's box. Each class is essential since every concept is linked to one another. It is a smart move to go to a class with questions that only arise once you have read about it. Always do the assigned reading and extra credit research. It doesn't only boost your confidence in a subject, but also you have a good amount of credits to graduate early.
2. Work on the end of chapter problems
The end-of-chapter problems are extremely crucial; you need to work on each and note how the question is presented to you. Try to work out the problems in a quiet room and have an uninterrupted homework session.
3. Don't run from formulas
Formulas are the basics of science, especially in physics and chemistry. Most concepts end up in the form of a formula. It is easier to remember a formula once you have identified its use, such as the second law of Newton, which states force is equal to the mass times its acceleration, hence making it easier to understand the relation between two quantities.
4. Learn from diagrams
Diagrams are the visual representation of a topic. For example, a series of diagrams of a chromatograph to identify dyes in a mixture can help you visualize the framework behind the movement of the solvents.
5. Reference materials
The internet is a wonderful invention; it has made school easier. You don't need to spend hours in libraries or wait on a book. Everything is just one click away. Reference materials for every chapter can help give you information about the subject matter and show its advancements.
6. Try it out with a study group
Group sessions with the right party can lead to successful outcomes. Just like scientists work as a team to discover a scientific phenomenon, you can study as a team to interpret it. The exchange of ideas and information provides a healthy discussion session and makes you more confident.
7. Peer tutoring
If you want to test how much your memory retains a particular topic, you must opt for peer tutoring. It is a well-tested theory that more clarity about a subject is gained when someone teaches it.
We hope these points added to your study routine & will help you improve in science at school and make you fall in love with the subject.