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Classification of Living Things. Find this on, is a science for K-12 with 5,000 pages vibrantly illustrated science models, posters, activities, experiments, investigations, movies, games and worksheets. • Learn to draw animals, make habitat murals, dioramas, posters and nature trails. • Use the test bank, glossary and Next Generation of Science Standards resources.

Make Natural Yogurt in a Thermos

Make Dried Fruit

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Serious Cheese: Know Your Microbes

Cabrales, a cheese ripened with blue Penicillium molds. [Photograph: jlastras on Flickr] The magic that is cheese only really needs four ingredients to happen: milk, salt, rennet (or some other coagulant, as I discussed earlier), and microbes. Like everyone, I used to be vaguely aware that there were "good" bacteria and molds that grew on and in cheese, and that's where my interest ended. But there's a real variety of microbes that bring us the variety of cheeses we enjoy, and they're worth…

Italian Tomato Sauce

Italian Tomato Sauce ~ a delicious recipe that has been around for generations...every cook should have it in their collection!

What are Oxalates? (Why we should not fall into the trap of eating too many nuts or nut butters or other high-oxalate foods when on a grain-free diet like GAPS)

Dichotomous Classification Key Activity

Classification and taxonomy is such a fun topic to teach! This biology activity, "Let's Learn to Use and Build a Dichotomous Classification Key" is guaranteed to engage your students while providing a fun and highly educational activity. Suitable for Biology and Life Science students in grades 7-12.