Ward's® Using Nasonia to Teach the Scientific Method Lab Activity

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Ward's® Using Nasonia to Teach the Scientific Method Lab Activity
Educational Classroom Kits and Activities
The perfect activity to start your year with inquiry-based learning.

  • Our activity helps you guide students through the inquiry process
  • Watch as students discover the relationship between Nasonia and Sarcophaga
  • Excellent study in parasitism
Students will be asked to observe a living insect (Nasonia vitripennis) and an object unknown to them (Sarcophaga bullata pupae) placed together in a microviewing chamber. Students will note the behaviors of the Nasonia as it interacts with the unknown object.

After hypothesizing about what may or may not have happened, you will lead the students in designing an experiment to test their hypothesis.

In two weeks, with occasional observation, the experiment will be complete and students will have learned about experimental design, insect metamorphosis, and parasitism.

Kit contains:
Teacher’s guide, and student copymaster
Coupon redeemable for Sarcophaga and Nasonia organisms
Bag of cotton balls
15 magnifier boxes
Working with Nasonia DVD video
150 polystyrene tubes

Ordering information: This item contains a copupon for live or perishable materials. At checkout, please provide the date you wish the perishable components to arrive.

Delivery information: The kit will ship separately from the live component. Kits do not contain perishable components and generally ship via UPS ground. Perishable components will ship via overnight or second day delivery.