Category Archives: Science

Website: Understanding Evolution for Teachers

Here is an excellent source created by the University of California Museum of Paleontology, “Understanding Evolution for Teachers“. The site for teachers is part of a larger site for evolution. The section for teachers is divided into learning about evolution … Continue reading

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Robert Krampf’s Science

[This review will be redone and in greater depth ] This site is really awesome! I think you would like it a lot. Robert Krampf is funny and he teaches you a lot of science experiments that you can do … Continue reading

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Website and Movie: The Story of Stuff

One of the best videos I’ve seen on consumption and the impact it has on the environment and the world by Annie Leonard, http://www.storyofstuff.com A description from their website: The Story of Stuff is a 20-minute, fast-paced, fact-filled look at … Continue reading

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Reminder: Great Backyard Bird Count

Don’t forget, the Great Backyard Bird Count is in session now! You can still participate. It runs February 15 through the 18th. And you don’t have to do it all four days. Just taking the time to stop once and … Continue reading

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Birds: Great Backyard Bird Count

From February 15th through February 18th, you and your child have a fantastic opportunity to not only engage in a scientific research, but to connect with others across the continent. Adults and kids alike participate in this four day bird … Continue reading

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