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Circulatory System (Grade 5)

Learn about the human circulatory system and make your own scab!

Health Sciences

Heart Rate

Learn about heart rate and why it is elevated during exercise.

Health Sciences

Blood Clots

This activity demonstrates the process of coagulation.

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Brain Buster Virtual Quiz

Students participate in a series of exciting virtual quizzes.

Biology Volunteer Activities

Fight or Flight? The Science of Stress - Virtual

Students will explore what happens in their nervous system, endocrine system and circulatory system when their brain detects stressful situations.

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Storytime - Microscope Fun

Read "Greg's Microscope" and learn about microscopes by building your own.

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Storytime - Washing Your Hands

Read "My Hero is You" and learn about germs and the importance of washing your hands.

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Viral Vaccines SARS-CoV-2

Students learn about pandemics, coronaviruses and vaccines and then design a vaccine using information on the SARS-CoV-2 virus structure.

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Brain and Neurons

Students will learn about some important structures found in the human body’s nervous system along with their functions.

Biology Volunteer Activities

Circulatory System (Grade 10)

Students complete a modification of the blood role play through the heart that the national office developed years ago.

Biology Volunteer Activities

Digestive System (Grade 5)

Students model how food travels through our digestive system and do a digestive system art work.

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Digestive System (Grade 10)

Students model the digestive system, learning about some of the digestive enzymes and physiology along the way.

Biology Volunteer Activities

Skeletal System

Learn about the skeletal system and how it applies to movement and our bones.

Health Sciences Volunteer Activities

Amazing Race Personal Genomics

Students go through a pipeline of some of the tasks needed to be done for a patient to get their genome sequenced from point A, all the way to point B where the patient will receive their personalized treatment.

Biology Volunteer Activities


Make a hand stencil, then record your fingerprints with graphite and examine them up close to learn about your unique fingerprints.