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Article: Girls Dropping Math? Blame Teachers

Girls Dropping Math? Blame Teachers http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2015-02-23/girls-dropping-math-blame-teachers An interesting read on the gender divide in mathematics.

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Happy Birthday to Sally Ride, the first American woman in space

Happy Birthday to Sally Ride, the first American woman in space!

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Measure Light Pollution

A site called Globe at Night will help you determine the amount of light pollution in your area. If you are interested in astronomy, this could be the basis for a science fair project.

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15 Cool At-Home Science Experiments for Kids

Spoonful has some great experiments to keep the kids busy over the summer. They will learn physics, chemistry, biology, and more but will be having too much fun to realize it.

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More Resources about Plants for Young Children

Plants are all around us and are fun to learn about! Are you looking for more resources about plants for young children? Here are some books and a YouTube video your pre-K, kindergarten, and primary grade children will enjoy.

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Plants Are All Around Us Printable Word Search Puzzle

This printable word search puzzle below features 31 words related to plants and nature. It was created using my Plants Are All Around Us word list on A2Z Puzzler.

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Parts of a Plant Song

If you are doing a unit exploring how plants are all around us, this parts of a plant song makes a great addition.

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Plants Are All Around Us Exploration

Very young children will enjoy discovering that are plants all around us. Here are some activities to help children in the pre-K and Kindergarten groups discover the world of plants.

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More Christmas Science Activities

Looking for more great science activities for Christmas? Check out these ideas. Make Fake Snow This article describes how to make polymer “snow” from the material found in disposable diapers. It’s not true snow, but maybe you can use it in that Christmas scene you are making. Candy Cane Goop Make a non-Newtonian fluid with […]

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Science Activities for Christmas

Just because the kids are home from school doesn’t mean you can’t get them thinking about science. Here are a few ideas

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