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In this activity, learners explore what happens when polarized white light passes through a sugar solution.
In this biology activity (page 3 of the PDF), learners will explore how plants turn sunlight into food through a process called photosynthesis.
This is a great activity about human energy production. Learners will work out with a clothespin to investigate why hockey players jump on a stationary bike after an intense game.
In this activity, learners conduct tests for proteins, glucose, and starch.
In this activity that can be used as a lab or demonstration, learners use Lactaid® and lactose to demonstrate the concept of enzyme action.
This game uses a modified Uno deck to review concepts related to stem cell research and diabetes.
In this activity on page 5 of the PDF, learners compare water with artificial urine to see how urinalysis works. Learners use urinalysis test strips to test for glucose and protein in the fake urine.
In this health activity (page 6 of the PDF), learners examine ingredient labels of packaged food products to find out what sugar ingredients they contain.
Why does milk make some people sick? In this activity learners explore this question and explore the chemistry of milk, and our bodies!
In this activity, learners dissect a piece of pizza to learn about nutrients important for health.
This activity provides an opportunity for learners to observe and examine how carbon dioxide, water, and light produce glucose/starch through a process called photosynthesis.
In this activity, learners use microarray technology to determine which genes are turned on and off at various points in the differentiation of pluripotent stem cells on their way to becoming pancreat