SCIFILES (Teachers Downloads)
This offer is a bundle for all three editions of Scifiles: Biology, Human Body Systems,and Science.
Biology Edition. You are getting our collection of 1,471 files (4.09 GB’s) for the topics: Cell Theory, Structure & Function, Classification & Origins of Life, Ecology, Genetics, Nature of Science, Photosynthesis & Respiration, Plant Organs & Tissues, Properties of Water, Macromolecules & Enzymes, Replicating & Manipulating DNA, and Reproduction & Division of Cells.
Human Body Systems Edition. You are getting our collection of 1,046 files (3.73 GB's) for the topics: The Cardiovascular, Circulatory, Digestive, Endocrine, Excretory, Immune, Integumentary, Lymphatics, Muscular, Reproductive, Respiratory, Skeletal, and Urinary Systems. Also included are Anatomy & Physiology, Homeostasis, Human Tissue, Nature of Science, The Effects of Drugs and The Senses.
Science Edition. You are getting our collection of 1,194 files (3.47 GB’s) for the topics: Bacteria & Viruses, Cells, Classifying & Exploring Life, Earth's Atmosphere, Energy & Energy Transformation, Erosion & Deposition, Motion & Forces, Nature of Science, Our Planet, Protists & Fungi, and Weather & Climate.
Scifiles is focused on downloadable resources for science teachers. PowerPoints, Word and PDF files are plentiful on the Internet. Separating the best from the rest is not done by search engine alone. As one finds premium resources organizing them into a manageable collection takes a lot of effort.
You will receive a link to a Google Drive from which it is easy to download content. Each subject has files in a Zipped folder. You have only to download and unzip the files to add them to your personal library.
What you get with Scifiles (i.e. Teachers Downloads)
• You get thousands of files organized by the same subjects as in Scimarks.
• Scifiles includes only files that have been downloaded from the Internet for free.
• No files have had their content modified.
• PowerPoint titles have been modified for clarity and consistency.
• Each PowerPoint's title identifies the number of slides to aid in scheduling and planning.