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Here are the answers to a few questions your child might be asking you about the sun this summer, plus a few activities.
Here's how to make the Olympics a gold-medal learning experience!
Kids can learn a lot from a trip to the zoo. Here are the top six family-friendly zoos.
A writer blogging from Antarctica hopes to pique the interest of captive youngsters in the sciences.
4H is the largest out of school kids' organization in the country, serving millions of kids with programs on everything from public speaking to rocketry.
Would you rather your daughter become an actress or engineer? Parent attitudes can have a profound effect on the career paths of girls. Here's how to help.
If your child dreams of being the next Indiana Jones, one of these archeology camps may be just the getaway she - and your lawn - needs.
Did you know that all matter has an internal property of energy? This article describes radiation, light, radio waves, the speed of light, and more.
A new initiative is aiming to get girls engaged, giving them the opportunities and encouragement they need to succeed.
Insects are the most common animals on our planet. In fact there are more types of insects than all other animals combinedâwell over 1 million different known
All telescopes are designed to do one thing: collect light. This article provides information on how to select a telescope.
Summarizes and defines the underlying goals of science curriculum and instruction including scientific knowledge and methods, social issues, personal needs,
Describes the current status of the goals for science education.  Goals include scientific knowledge and methods, societal issues, personal needs, and career
Examines recent research and recommendations for how science education should be reformed to achieve the goal of scientific and technological literacy for all
Help your child plan for a job in the science, technology, education, and mathematics by giving them formative outdoor experiences during childhood.
Young children often have great interest in scientific information.
In this activity, students will make their own toothpaste, try it, and then work on improving the recipe.
Instructions on how to make a wave bottle with simple materials. An educational science activity for students.
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