Embryology


The Study of Life is designed to provide you with background information and exciting experiential activities dealing with life science for use in your classroom.

Children have a natural sense of curiosity about living things in the world around them. Building on this curiosity, students can develop an understanding of biology concepts through direct experience with living things, their life cycles, and their habitats. This curriculum was developed with your students in mind. Many believe that students learn best through their experiences and interactions with the world. They learn by listening, observing, experimenting, and applying their knowledge to real-world situations. Each activity within this curriculum follows these steps in the experiential learning model.

An additional goal of this curriculum is to help students develop life skills. Life skills are abilities that help an individual live a productive and satisfying life. Within this curriculum, your students will have the opportunity to develop life skills related to science processes, teamwork, keeping records, and planning and organizing.

We hope that Embryology: The Study of Life is an enjoyable experience for both you and your students and a beneficial unit in your life science curriculum.

Program Dates:

April 11 - May 6, 2022

Pick up: April 11

Drop off : May 6

Location for Pick up & Drop Off:

Fairfax County Government Center Pennino Building

12011 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax, VA 22035


2022 Embryology Calendar.doc

Chick Calendar

The Egg-Citing Egg 408-030_pdf.pdf

The Egg-Citing Egg

Tip Sheet.pdf

Tip Sheet

408-029 Teachers Packet.pdf

Teachers Packet

408-027 Teachers Packet.pdf

Record Book

Embryology Training 2022.pptx

Training

388-801 Teachers packet.pdf

Worksheets