We are crazy about animals here and enjoy learning more about them. There are some great things out there for kids who are interested in learning more about animals. I have found some great resources for animal science projects for future vets.
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Animal Science Projects for Future Vets
Learning through hands-on science projects for your kids. whether or not your kids are interested in becoming a vet they can still enjoy learning about animals. Plus, you can call it science class and have your lesson planning done for you.
Simulate Veterinary X-ray and Sonograms with Red and Blue Lenses that reveal the insides of animals on 4 different posters. Close up wounds and cuts with the soft plastic suture training skin, plastic surgical tweezers, needle and thread.
Made out of gelatin-like material that is absolutely safe for children, our Dissect-It Frog gives the realistic experience of a frog dissection without the use of a real frog!
Welcome to the exciting world of biology! Use the included lab tools to dissect real owl pellets, identify animal bones, assemble real animal skeletons, and conduct experiments to turn hard bones into rubbery bones.
Made out of gelatin-like material that is absolutely safe for children, our Dissect-It Salamander gives the realistic experience of a dissection without the use of a real salamander!
It's not often that a science project can be fun and engaging, but this terrarium kit achieves both! It fascinates children as soon as they pull it out of the box.
Have fun with 22 safe and pup-friendly activities that let you work alongside your dog to discover what makes him tick. Learn to take your dog's pulse and find out how much blood is pumping through his body. And more!
Life Science Lessons - Paper Dissentions and more!
They can be a bit smelly too. No matter how you slice ’em, kids love to explore the earthworm! There’s a DISSECTION-FREE option for those of you with budget constraints, lacking lab equipment, or if you object to dissection altogether!
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