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Care Guides for Living Organisms

Helping you provide the right care for your critters. Using living organisms for labs and instruction can greatly enhance and extend student learning. Whether you’re using microorganisms for an experiment, raising and crossing Wisconsin Fast Plants®, or keeping an aquarium full of fish as classroom pets, knowing how to care for the organisms is critical […]

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Free Dissection Guides and Resources

Help for teachers new to (or returning to) dissection labs. Dissecting preserved specimens plays an important role in biology education—but teaching dissection labs for the first time can be stressful. Our free guides and resources can take some of the stress out of teaching your first (or first in a while) dissection lab. Why is […]

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Tips for Teachers Using Carolina Science Online

Valuable tips to help you and your students get the most out of CSO. Carolina Science Online (CSO) delivers Carolina Kits 3D digital resources including manuals, safety information, pre- and post-investigation activities, editable assessments, and supporting slide images. With these resources a click away, a face-to-face classroom can transition quickly to remote learning while still […]


Dream Big

Make Dreams Come True with New Funding Unprecedented federal education funding over the next three years will make many schools’ dreams come true when they implement new science education projects, courses, summer programs, and more.  During that time and beyond,…

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Wisconsin Fast Plants Resources Seeded for Success

Wisconsin Fast Plants® are ideal for demonstrating plant concepts. These resources can guide you for a successful experience. Wisconsin Fast Plants® are model organisms perfect for allowing students to experience a broad range of plant-related concepts. From plant growth and…

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