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  • Grasshopper Dissection Explore basic insect anatomy with preserved grasshoppers. This dissection requires only dissecting scissors, and you can do it in a class period. View »
  • All About Owl Pellets Owl pellet dissections are fun, hands-on, and educational for students of all ages.Plus the activity can build toward several NGSS standards across grade levels. View »
  • Integrating Engineering into the Science Classroom with Carolina STEM Challenge® Kits Carolina STEM Challenge® kits can help you integrate engineering principles into your curriculum--in ways that are effective, easy, and fun. Find out how in this white paper. View »
  • Injection Options for Preserved Specimens We offer many of our preserved specimens with colored latex injections. Use this chart as a guide. View »
  • Dissection Buying Guide Choosing the right preserved specimen for your classroom can be an overwhelming task, especially if you are new to dissection. That’s why we put together this straightforward buying guide! It includes specimen suggestions based on grade level and specimen complexity, needed dissection and safety supplies, and options for instructional materials. View »
  • Fetal Pig Dissection Pigs are excellent and engaging specimens for studying mammalian anatomy. They exhibit hair, a muscular diaphragm, a 4-chambered heart, and mammary glands. View »
  • Squid Dissection A squid dissection allows students to examine structural adaptations and observe the relationship between form and function. View »
  • Sheep Brain Dissection Introduce students to the anatomy of a mammalian brain with this activity. Includes a brief survey of the internal and external anatomy of the sheep brain and go-to dissection resources. View »
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