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With just a few ordinary household items, you can make a creative flower bouquet together--and have a great time learning about plant biology in the process!
If you've got an outer space case in your home, forget about traditional summer camps.Who needs kickball and macramé when kids can blast off to space camp?
Discusses in depth the 5 skills that students need to acquire to do better in science: acquisitive, organizational, creative, manipulative, and communicative.
Not every little one is chomping at the bit to learn to count to 100.  Unless you make it interesting.  Here's how to make math and science fun!
Should you let your kid light a fire? Play with knives? Dismantle your appliances? Gever Tulley of the summer program The Tinkering School, says yes.
Standards for science and math are closely related: They both rely on problem-solving tools such as observation, comparison, measurement, and communication.
Math, science, language arts and social studies are treated as distinct, but these divisions can be viewed as merely arbitrary classifications.
Women make up 46% of the American workforce, but they account for only 24% of jobs in science, technology, and engineering. Why the disparity?
How does President-elect Barack Obama plan to improve math, science and tech education? Find out here.
This competition challenges your child to imagine the technology of the future.
As our economy goes global, math, science, and technology are bigger than ever - and these fields are precisely those in which girls have been traditionally underrepresented.
It's a fact: kids love dinosaurs. But why? And what can learning dinosaurs teach curious kids?
Trees play a major part in the world we live in-- from the air we breathe to the nuts we eat. Plus, they can serve as an instant science lesson! Here's how.
Careers in science and tech are climbing and mean promising futures for today's students. Find out how to get your kid excited about these fascinating fields.
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