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Ask A Biologist Sharing Resources

Like what you see and want to help share it with your friends and colleagues? Grab what you need here for an email, flyer, or just send the link to this page so others can start using our large collection of learning content. Below are some of our popular content items.

Games and Simulations

Our games and simulations are built to run on virtually any device. These short-play games allow you to integrate them into exiting course curriculum. We have over a dozen games to choose from. Some of our most popular are listed below. (Grades - 3-16)

  • Peppered Moths (Natural Selection)
  • Cell Game (Includes animal, plant, bacteria, fungi cell anatomy)
  • Training Room Escape (Scientific Method)
  • COVIDsim

Virtual Tours

Take students on a tour without leaving the classroom. These interactive virtual tours let you explore places and even travel in time to experience the seasons in a temperate forest. Be sure to find the Portal Jump Pad to move between biomes. (Grades - 2-16)

  • Biomes (Part of our Boundless Biomes content)
  • Laboratory Tours (Meet researchers)
  • Beehive (ASU Bee Lab)


We have a large collection of experiments that fit perfect in the classroom or at home. Here are just a couple of our most used experiments and activities. There is a lot more than these options so do be sure to visit the Experiments and Activities section.

Kitchen Science - with companion videos

Virtual Experiments

Zoom Galleries

These are like having your own microscope. You can see feathers, ants, and tiger beetles up-close and personal, or explore the microsocpic world of plankton, pollen, and bones. You can jump in a try out a couple here.

Younger Learners

A lot of the learning materials on the Ask A Biologist website are for grades 7 and above. There are specific areas that have been developed for K-6 students. 

And That's Not All

If these don't capture your interest, there is so much more that can be found on the Ask A Biologist website. Here are some of our other sections that are worth investigating.

Birds on a wire
Are bird numbers declining?

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