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Botanical gardens can be magical places for children, offering wonderful smells, beautiful colors and best of all, the chance to get good and grubby!
Why limit science to the classroom? Roll up your sleeves and get cookin'!
Children love to play outdoors. Here's a list of great outdoor activities that will keep the mind and body in top form this summer.
What do kids learn from playing with Legos? Creativity and fine-motor skills are just the beginning.
Science is making a comeback in elementary school education, and science teachers say experimentation is the best way to learn this subject.
Here's how you can help inspire in your daughter a positive attitude about science.
We've got great ideas to help you instill a lasting love of science in your kids this season.
Rock collecting is the perfect way to learn about our planet and the way it works.
Whether your kid's an outdoors enthusiast or a couch potato, there's plenty of fun to be had at home. So come on in--the weather's fine inside!
Science careers are in high demand. Here are a few easy ways you can bring the science curriculum into your child's everyday life in a meaningful way.
This agricultural organization offers kids real live examples of math and science, as well as offering career development help and scholarships to teens.
Should the idea of intelligent design - or at least the mention of its existence - have a place in science curricula? Here's what you need to know.
Get your child interested in science with these everyday ideas for fostering your natural scientist.
If your teen has a taste for treasure, technology, or just a love of adventure, then 'geocaching' might be just the thing.
Here are great ideas to turn your preschooler's romp at the playground into a fun-filled adventure in science.
It's easy to create science experiments at home, without any fancy equipment!  Simple cups of water to ooey-gooey Oobleck -- these activites are fun for all!
Kids who study astronomy learn about physics, geology, geometry, and history, all while enjoying natural beauty.  Here's how to get your child started.
From art museums to science museums to natural history museums, there's something for everyone in D.C. - and something for kids of every age.
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