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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.
Math, science, language arts and social studies are treated as distinct, but these divisions can be viewed as merely arbitrary classifications.
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?
It's a fact: kids love dinosaurs. But why? And what can learning dinosaurs teach curious kids?
This competition challenges your child to imagine the technology of the future.
A new initiative is aiming to get girls engaged, giving them the opportunities and encouragement they need to succeed.
Here are the answers to a few questions your child might be asking you about the sun this summer, plus a few activities.
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.
Kids can learn a lot from a trip to the zoo. Here are the top six family-friendly zoos.
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.
Whether you're growing cells or building a spaceship, you can wow judges by following these tips that have withstood the test of time.
Science fair projects come in all shapes and sizes, but they have some things in common. Here's a step-by-step look at what it takes to create a blue-ribbon project.
Want to create a project that stands out from the rest? Here are 10 qualities that teachers and judges look for.
Tips for parents on organizations and internet resources that you can use to help create an “active” learning environment for science, technology, engineering,
Discusses how technology can help to teach science standards. Includes sample resources and activities.
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.
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