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View Resource Limnology Facts and Fun

ThinkQuest is a global network of students, teachers, parents, and technologists dedicated to youth-centered learning on the internet. This site contains information about limnology and its relevance.

http://library.thinkquest.org/11548/index.html
View Resource Canada On-Line Science Lesson Plans

These lesson plans and resources will assist Canadian elementary school teachers in teaching science. K-8

http://canadaonline.about.com/od/sciencelessonplans/Science_...
View Resource Bring 'em Back Alive !

Bring 'em Back Alive is a series of activities that demonstrate various techniques for capturing free-living microbes from the environment. The series is part of Living in the Microbial World, a...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/k12/capture/index.html
View Resource edUniverse

Search 2000+ lessons on a wide range of subjects for all grade levels. Lessons come from the teacher participants in the Intel ACE Program from around the country.

http://www.kcedu.com/ott_zhyj/JiaoXueSheJi/skinner/wanghui/e...
View Resource goENC: K-12 Math and Science Teacher Resources for Teaching and Professional Development

Math and science have never been more important to the future of our children and our nation. ENC provides the resources and support for math and science educators needed to help raise student...

http://www.goenc.com/
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