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Try These Earth Science Books for Kids!

Maybe middle schoolers love Earth science because they, you know, live on Earth! And often have their heads in the clouds. And are kind of spacey.

Shakespeare for Kids: Activities for Your Classroom

April is the anniversary of William Shakespeare's birth and death, so it's a perfect time to introduce your students to Shakespeare!

 

Science Activity Time: Make a Robot!

When you see news about self-driving cars, do you get excited or nervous? New technology can be a game changer for how we interact with the world (smartphones!) but for some, getting used to these new interactions can be difficult. Kids, however, don't seem to have this problem.

Science Activity Time: Atoms and Molecules

Explaining matter to young kids can seem like a daunting prospect, but with a little perspective and lots of hands-on fun, children can gain a solid foundation on which to build the fundamentals of chemistry!

Having Fun Figuring Out Human Movement!

"The head bone’s connected to the…" Even if you can’t remember the words to the old song, it’s a good idea to develop a basic understanding of how your body moves and works.

Snow Day Science Projects for Kids!

Here in Vermont, most school children are enjoying a weather-related day off from school. Many parents and caregivers are enjoying the challenge—how do I keep these kids entertained?

Predators and Prey: Free Kids' Activity!

How do wolves change rivers? That seems like a riddle, but that’s exactly what happened when wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in 1995, after having been killed off in the 1930s.

Screen Time? Learning Time!

It's December, and many schools are going to be closed for a few weeks as different holiday celebrations get under way. Let's face it—for parents, school holidays can pose a challenge. Those of us who work outside the home are faced with the need for prolonged child care (and all the guilt that comes from heading to the office while your kids are at home) and those of us who are going to be at home the whole time might be worried about what everyone is going to do for those hours. And for some, the time that is spent as a family can be, well, too much family time.

Before, During, and After Questions to Ask During  Experiential Learning

Experiential learning is built on the concept of learning by doing. But it’s not just the doing that’s important. The reflecting part of experiential learning is the key ingredient for an experience full of discovery and learning!

Take a Walk with Ancient Human Footprints

Have you taken a walk today? Between 10,000 and 19,000 years ago, a group of early humans took a walk just like you might take, and left footprints behind to prove it!

 

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