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Presented by the Wyoming Health Education Center
In-A-Box is a traveling resource available to teachers, presenters, group leaders, and others working with children in grades 4-8 in the state of Wyoming.
In-A-Box is designed to enhance science health curriculums. Each box comes with lesson plans, activities, posters, trade books, DVDs and hands-on materials which will help students discover aspects of scientific careers, the body, and the environment.
Bones Muscles (pictured), Brain, Ear, Heart , Eye, Guts, and Mouth.
The Wyoming Health Education Center will send the In A Box boxes to you for FREE! (You are, however, required to pay a $50 shipping fee per box to return them to UW.)
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