Biology Games

Online biology games for school aged kids. Play FREE, fun and interactive online biology games to help you study for biology exams, tests, quizzes. There are over 10 types of play offered as classroom biology games. Use these as fun review games for tests or to just to increase your general biology / living environment knowledge. These science games make learning fun! These also make great living environment games as the curriculum is very similar to biology.

Adaptations to Life Processes
Active and passive transport, aerobic respiration, autotrophs vs. heterotrophs, auxins and tropisms, mechanical & chemical Digestion, nerve control, and photosynthesis.

Anatomy and Physiology
The study of the structure, relationship between body parts,function of body parts and the body as a whole.

Biomes, energy relationships, human effect on environment, niches, nutritional relationships, and succession.

Darwin’s theory and natural selection, evidence and variations caused by evolution, and heterotroph hypothesis.

Human Physiology
Blood, types, genotypes, vessels, carbohydrates, digestive, endocrine, excretory, heart & circulation of blood, immune system response, nervous system, lungs & respiratory system, skeleton, muscles, and cartilage.

DNA, nucleotides, replication, mutations, genes, chromosomes, genetic disorders, mutations, technology of genetics, population genetics, punnet square, RNA & protein synthesis.

Reproduction and Development
Reproduction, menstruation, fertilization, embryo development, prenatal development, gametogenesis, germination, reproductive systems, mitotic cell division, pollination, sex linkage, asexual reproduction.

Structure of Life
Abiotic, biotic, cell organelles, cell theory, classification of life, enzymes, organic vs. inorganic, life functions, respiration, transport & nutrition.

Multiple Biology Topics
Games are created across a wide variety of topic including several questions from multiple topics above.

Other Biology Games (topic not present above)
These are games that the teacher felt did not fit to any of the topics above. These may be from biology field not represented on this site.

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