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Learn how to dissect a Daffodil from Ms. Kearney, a middle school Science teacher in Philadelphia.
Watch as Ms. Kearney dissects a Daffodil and teaches us about the interesting lifecycle of a plant.
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Crafting Paper Capillaries with Ms. Kearney
Ms. Kearney teaches how to create a paper craft that demonstrates how oxygen and nutrients flow from the arteries and veins to the capillaries.
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The Evolution of Black Peppered Moths with Ms. Kearney
Learn about the evolution of Black Peppered Moths from Ms. Kearney, a middle school Science teacher in Philadelphia.
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