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Interactive Slides for virtual instruction. Videos and photos of the dissection and major organs. External links for enrichment. ESL friendly.
Grades:
6th - 9th
* This worksheet is intended to go with the Froguts Digital Dissection Program and it includes a link to the unlimited, free download for you to share with your students. * Please make sure you can download and run the Froguts program before purchasing this accompanying worksheet. https://thescience
This interactive digital science activity gives students the power to build their own model of a Frog Dissection. Given a collection of 40 total draggable items, students must place them in their correct position in the frog's body by a "drag and drop" modeling activity. Students are provided 19 bod
Grades:
5th - 8th
There is a great virtual frog dissection lab online that is perfect for biology and anatomy students. There are questions within the lab but no way to submit them to the instructor. The following worksheet is a submit-able assignment with the questions from the lab. The answer key is within the prog
Grades:
9th - 12th
This activity was created as a virtual version of the frog dissection. Students use slides with descriptions and images to learn about the organ systems of the frog. Each slide has a description and a task, such as dragging labels to pinned structures. The photos were all taken during dissections
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Grades:
7th - 12th
Are you looking for a fun way to introduce a dissection lab to the students this year? Dissection labs can be stressful, messy and quite a bit of prep work under normal circumstances. Would you like something engaging that the students can do on their own with not a lot of need for preparation? or m
In this activity, students will label the anatomy of a bullfrog. Each page contains a picture of either the external or internal anatomy of a frog along with a word bank and a place for students to include their answers. This is a great alternative for remote students to be included when doing a fro
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Can't actually do dissection this year because you are virtual? You can still teach the basics of frog anatomy with this fun, self correcting activity. As students label the parts correctly, the color appears in the diagram which provides immediate feedback. There is also random psychedelic patterns
Grades:
6th - 11th
A lab sheet for a 5-day dissection lab. Only three of the days are actually cutting open the frog, as the other two are focused on providing students with the other parts of the scientific method (research, hypothesis, conclusions). If you're looking for a lab sheet that is more than just slice an
Grades:
7th - 10th
Are you looking for a fun way to introduce a dissection lab to the students this year? Dissection labs can be stressful, messy and quite a bit of prep work under normal circumstances. Would you like something engaging that the students can do on their own with not a lot of need for preparation? or m
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
This is an activity that does not require the killing of frogs! Great for the Virtual Classroom! Students can do it at home. Save the clay sculpture for years to come! No more trash cans full of dead, mutilated frogs!Comes with a Rubric for the Frog Un-Dissection, Internet Research on the state o
With this thorough, detailed self-paced guide, your entire human body unit is enhanced! For these 5-7 lab periods, your students' enthusiasm will be super-charged! The guide is the result of over 20 years of observing students in action. The 47 pages of instructions are written in short paragraphs,
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Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Are you looking for a fun way to introduce a dissection lab to the students this year? Dissection labs can be stressful, messy and quite a bit of prep work under normal circumstances. Would you like something engaging that the students can do on their own with not a lot of need for preparation? or m
Are you looking for a fun way to introduce a dissection lab to the students this year? Dissection labs can be stressful, messy and quite a bit of prep work under normal circumstances. Would you like something engaging that the students can do on their own with not a lot of need for preparation? or m
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
This is a frog anatomy guide to help you in doing a frog dissection. (This is not a dissection guide). The material can be used pre or post dissection to help your students understand the anatomy of a frog.There is a 21 slide power point presentation. In it are all of the anatomical parts of a frog
Grades:
7th - 10th
Digital dissection guide through the external and internal anatomy of a perch, frog, and fetal pig all compared to human anatomy. This is NOT a virtual dissection (students will be looking at dissection photos but will not actually be "cutting" anything). This website was self-created to fit withi
Subjects:
Grades:
9th - 12th
This free document is intended to support those who purchase my Self-paced Frog Dissection Guide.Why this manual was created: When I began teaching in the late '70s, I was frustrated with the guides available to teachers. The descriptions were often confusing and the illustrations were much too smal
Subjects:
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Before virtual or frog specimen dissection, students should complete this practice to prepare for dissection and familiarize themselves with the placement of the frogs organs. It can also be used to learn and practice the organs and organ systems.
Grades:
6th - 9th
This goes well with the frog dissection (virtual or actual).
Subjects:
Grades:
7th - 10th
This bundle includes all products from my Amphibian Unit about Frogs, Toads, Caecilians, Salamanders, and Newts.Files include:• Learning Targets and Review Questions• PowerPoint Presentation• Student Lecture Handouts and Teacher Key• Virtual Frog Dissection• Review Worksheet• Chapter Assessment*Voca
Frog dissection is, without a doubt, the NUMBER ONE most anticipated and celebrated activity that takes place in my BIOLOGY classroom all year. From the minute students come through the door in September, they want to know. WHEN will we be dissecting frogs? I’ve been dissecting specimens with my
This is the 8th installment in my paper dissection folder. The turtle is an interesting animal to dissect, because the shell is an interesting adaptation. The students cut out and color organs that they put back in to the empty body from back to front. I used this, along with my other paper disse
Video Preview of Virtual Dissection (TPT says the file is too large)This activity is used to help students study the anatomy of blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus). The activity includes a virtual dissection and virtual dissection data table. This is an online activity and will require internet access.
Grades:
8th - 12th
Purchase this ONE resource and have ALL of the teaching materials you need for a full 35-45 days of walking your Anatomy & Physiology students through the cat dissection! Great for teachers who are experienced with dissection and those who are looking to start.This file was updated in January of
Grades:
11th - 12th, Higher Education

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