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5 Genius Upcycling Projects for the Classroom

Teachers are experts at making the most of slim resources. A paper bag, some bath tissue, a few markers, and a little imagination, and they can sweep students on a journey between the stars or diving down through the deepest, darkest depths of the sea. Like modern-day alchemy, the process of turning trash into treasure is called upcycling... and there is a whole lot more to it than simply saving a buck.

8 Celestial Events to Share With Your Kids 

In case you missed it, stargazing in 2018 kicked off with a bang! Don't worry, there are lots of other opportunities during 2018 to get the kids stargazing.

Why Is It So Cold If There's Global Warming?

Here in New England, we're cold. Really cold. We've had about a week of sub-zero temperatures, cold enough for school to be delayed opening, cold enough for ski areas to be far less populated than usual on school holiday, cold enough for outdoor cats to become temporary indoor cats. It's even cold enough to affect the sharks!

Terrific Tongue Twisters for Tongue Twister Day!

International Tongue Twister Day is coming up on Sunday, November 12! Are you prepared? Have you got your tongue twisters ready to go?

 

 

Author Judy Dodge Cummings is on the Front Lines of Fascinating History

In Great Escapes: Real Tales of Harrowing Getaways, readers meet five ingenious fugitives and freedom seekers who all shared one common goal: escape. The book includes the story of the Far Eastern Party pictured here, who spent months in Antarctica, trying desperately to make their way back to camp and to safety.

Thinking of Las Vegas

This morning, we woke to the news of another mass shooting, one that took the lives of more than 50 people and injured more than 400 more in Las Vegas.

Check out a New Book Trailer!

Check out a fun book trailer for The Oregon Trail: The Journey Across America from Lewis and Clark to the Transcontinental Railroad.

Check out an Editor Spotlight interview at Kidlit411!

Have you visited kidlit411.com yet? It's a fabulous collection of interviews and other resources for writers, readers, and anyone interested in kid lit!

A Special Report from a Kid Scientist!

Last month, we had a kid reporter on the ground for that very special celestial event - the total solar eclipse! Zane, 10 years old, and his dad traveled all the way from New Hampshire to St Clair, Missouri, to view this rare event. Here's his report.

Check out the Book Trailer for Explore the Ice Age!

Check out a fun, COOL book trailer for Explore the Ice Age! With 25 Great Projects!

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